Already one of Bangkok’s most eclectic and beguiling venues, The House on Sathorn is a natural when it comes to Valentine’s Day. Indeed The House’s two main restaurants, The Courtyard and The Dining Room, provide atmospheres and ambiences just right for two distinct types of Valentine’s Day dinner occasions on the most romantic night of the year.
Valentine’s Day Dinner at The Courtyard | 5-Course Set Menu at THB 7,000++/couple
Just because you want a more chilled-out Valentine’s Day doesn’t mean the night won’t sizzle. The Courtyard is the heart of The House for Valentine’s Day and Chef Fatih Tutak has created a five-course set menu featuring dishes that are as comforting as the setting is cozy.
The meal begins with a half dozen freshly shucked Gillardeau oysters with soy mignonette followed by Maldivian sustainable yellowfin tuna tartare with avocado and jalapeno. After a pasta dish of homemade pappardelle with morel mushroom cream and burrata, guests enjoy a main of either grilled Phuket lobster with mimolette cheese sauce, black truffle and kabocha pumpkin; or Australian dry-aged Wagyu beef rib-eye with truffle mashed potato, onion and tendon sauce. Dinner comes to a sweet end with a sumptuous chocolate soufflé.
The dinner starts at 6:00PM and the last order is at 9.30PM. Guests are welcome to stay until midnight as usual.
The Dining Room
‘Journey of Love’ Tasting Menu at The Dining Room | 8-Course Set Menu at THB 5,500++/person
Those treating a loved one to dinner at The Dining Room will embark on a culinary “Journey of Love”, Chef Fatih’s extravagant eight-course set menu that proves love really does make the world go around. Here the dishes reflect not only the chef’s own travels but likewise allude to the many sensual effects of food and the important part dining plays in romance.
Starting things off are what Chef Fatih calls “Valentine’s Snacks” of crispy anchovies and garlic cream from an Istanbul pub recipe with avocado, tomato and olive oil. His “Aphrodisiac” course comprises oyster, green apple and yuzu followed by a dish featuring tomato, Turkish olive oil, Ezine white cheese and parsley. For the highly evocative course “Tsukiji Market”, Chef Fatih combines madai, Schrencki caviar, nitsume and Kyoto eggplant. Next is celeriac with black truffle and hazelnut , before the chef evinces more of his culinary origins with Turkish manti with minced lamb, tomato and kaymak. Couples then will enjoy a sharing course of wild challan duck with foie gras and leek blood orange. A frozen course cools things down in the form of Kyoho grape with rice and sorrel. No one can deny “Everybody Loves Chocolate” and proving it is chocolate cheese cake with kokuto cream and Japanese strawberries.
The dinner starts at 6:00PM and the last order is at 9.30PM. The Dining Room closes at 10.30PM.
Both Valentine Day’s menus are available on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 only. Advanced reservations is recommended. For more information or reservations contact or 02-344-4025.