Celebrating its sixteenth birthday in 2015, Eat Me has been called a veteran of the Bangkok dining scene, yet we think our restaurant feels as fresh and as alive as ever. Some have put this down to our progressive approach, but we believe a number of factors keep diners coming back again and again.
Head chef Tim Butler, who hails from New York, exhibits genuine creativity in the kitchen, fusing influences from around the world. Dishes are characterised by daring flavour combinations, which showcase a kaleidoscope of international ingredients in starters such as Alaskan scallops with avocado, yuzu and pancetta, while a chicken salad is elevated to new heights by the addition of red papaya, toasted coconut and betel leaf. Butler also knows when to keep things simple, with classic dishes such as black truffle and Parmesan risotto and papardelle with rabbit ragù demonstrating a well-rounded understanding of flavour.
Dishes are characterised by daring flavour combinations, which showcase a kaleidoscope of international ingredients…
Set over two floors with a sleek, muted colour scheme, the restaurant houses a bar and a bamboo-shrouded veranda, which is irresistibly romantic at night when illuminated by flickering candlelight. Friendly staff and fabulous cocktails (the fig and ginger martini is a favourite) are further reasons to visit – and help explain why Eat Me is much-loved as a late-night dining destination.