Turkish Food Fine Dining – AMAZING DRY AGED QUAIL! | Chef Fatih Tutak in Bangkok, Thailand!

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Huge thank you to The Dining Room at the House on Sathorn and Chef Fatih Tutak and Khun Fah for inviting me in to the restaurant to taste the incredible innovative Turkish food. Just to make it clear, I did not pay for this meal, but all opinions and thoughts in the video are my own.

The House on Sathorn – First of all, the House on Sathorn is one of the most beautiful preserved historical mansions in all of Bangkok, part of the W Hotel, and situated in the heart of the downtown financial district of Bangkok. It’s an amazing location and a gorgeous restored building that dates back to 1889. The Dining Room is the signature restaurant, which was listed as one of Asia’s 50 Best restaurants.

Chef Fatih Tutak – Eating at The Dining Room was a chance to meet and interact with the amazing head Chef Fatih Tutak, originally from Turkey, but with experience cooking in some of the most renowned restaurants in the world throughout Asia and Europe. He’s a fascinating chef, and as soon as you meet him, you’ll know that his knowledge of food and passion is what shines. He was quick to tell me, he doesn’t serve fusion food, but Innovative Turkish cuisine.

I ate their signature journey, a tasting omakase meal, all a progression of Turkish cuisine, but you could definitely tell the Chef used some Japanese techniques, included most notably in the presentation and sushi bar counter seating.

The combination of the unique and creatives dishes, plus the amazing atmosphere, and Chef Fatih Tutak explaining each dish and the story behind it, all added up to make it one of the most memorable fine dining meals I’ve had in Bangkok.

Innovative Turkish Cuisine, here’s our menu:
Childhood Summers
Zeytinya of Spring
From My Mum
Calamar Dolma
Bosphorus Tandir
Feast At The Harem

Red Velvet
Cheese Helva

Price – THB 3,400++ per person for this tasting menu (again, I didn’t pay)

Thank you again to The Dining Room at the House on Sathorn, Chef Fatih Tutak, Khun Fah, and all Staff for the amazing meal and service!

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