Hidden down a quiet soi in Yen Akat, brothers Mathias and Thomas Suhring serve thoughtful, refined German fare inside a homey mid-century home. In a city where German cuisine usually starts and ends with greasy wursts and schnitzel, the carefully curated menu at Suhring adds some welcome sophistication to the eastern European dining scene. On offer are both tasting and a la carte menus that feature dishes using German flavours with gastronomic flair like the Spätzle pasta, which is generously topped with Allgäuer mountain cheese, or the Berliner Pfannkuchen, a traditional German pastry made from sweet yeast dough and filled with black truffle cream. The wine list is impressive too with an extensive collection of German and Alsatian wines. In the short time it has been opened, Suhring has already earned a Michelin star and a spot high up on Asia’s 50 Best list, meaning it is a worthy addition to your restaurant list in Bangkok.
No.10, Yen Akat Soi 3.,
+66 (0) 2287 1799
Photo credit to www.restaurantsuhring.com