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Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

nahm at COMO Metropolitan Bangkok reopens on 27 August

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok will be reopening its award-winning Thai restaurant nahm on 27 August 2020 and welcoming back diners with new lunch and dinner dishes, offering a choice of set menu and a la carte options in a stylish and warm atmosphere.

Under Chef Pim Techamuanvivit nahm has defined Thai food and Thai hospitality, making the restaurant a place where guests feel they are visiting the home of a Thai friend, and enjoying authentic cuisine that Chef Pim has created using heritage recipes and ingredients sourced directly from local farmers and specialist suppliers.

“Cooking is the work of actually putting together delicious food and sourcing good ingredients,” says Chef Pim. “I can’t make good food without good ingredients. I find ingredients by going to markets all the time and tasting everything.”

Throughout the past few months, and with Chef Peace at the helm, the kitchen team have been working hard to prepare the restaurant for the reopening. The result is an elaborate selection of Thai dishes offered for both lunch and dinner, using premium ingredients sourced from sustainable sources from all over Thailand.

For set meals, nahm is offering two sets. New Essence, priced at 1,900++ baht, comprises four courses of delectable traditional Thai dishes, including miang of river prawn, chicken, green mango, snake fruit and herb served on betel leaves; spicy Chiang Mai laap of guinea fowl, crisp alliums, and herbs; and wild prawns from Songkhla with tamarind and ginger.

Another set, New Heritage, priced at 2,500++ baht, delights food lovers with stellar Thai dishes such as grilled banana leaf packet with blue swimmer crab, wild prawn, and red grouper fish seasoned with wild ginger and red curry paste; and Angry Beef, which is stir-fried Wagyu beef with young coconut shoots, basil, and green peppercorns.

The reopening also comes with a la carte options for both lunch and dinner, offering diners chances to experience a variety of Thai dishes and explore the unique charms of traditional Thai culinary experiences. The menu includes a variety of kanom jin dishes with different curries and condiments, a selection of mouth-watering canapes and appetisers, soups and curries, wok-fried and grilled dishes as well as desserts, with prices starting from 350++ baht.

nahm opens from 27 August 2020 for lunch on Thursday and Friday from 12.00pm to 2.00pm (last orders) and dinner from Thursday to Saturday 6.30pm to 10.15pm (last orders). The restaurant closes from Sunday to Wednesday. Reservation is recommended.