Chef's Table places the art of cooking at the very heart of the sumptuous dining experience which taken up 430 sqm on 61st Floor at lebua, Bangkok, Thailand, opened in early March 2019.
The design overcame the challenge from client of an open-kitchen, fine-dining experience in Bangkok with a three michelin star chef from France where guests float in the night sky.
Central to the space and concept is the actual Chef's Table; a Molteni Stove in cream and brass. Above the chefs, a state of the art Halton ventilation system not only extracts all cooking odors, but forms a golden stupa above the chefs and echoes the grand Chateaux kitchens designed by a Thai sculptor turns a negative into a positive by creating a design focal point as well as a state of the art ventilation system that removes food smells. Which, no matter how delicious at the time, are unwelcome guests in clothes. The stove is wrapped by crescent counters carved from, no less than Michelangelo’s favourite, Carrara marble.
Seating is arranged in intimate semi-circles while directly focusing on chef’s creations. The room features hand-tufted broadloom carpets in creme, hand-painted gilded wallpaper and rich veneer. The ethereal atmosphere is completed by a large curved mural recreating Monet's magical watercolour ‘Lilies of Giverny’. The colour palette of taupe, cream and champagne bronze ensure the cuisine remains the star of the show. A perfect balance of contemporary design and luxurious dining experience.
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