New York chef Dalad Kambhu and artist Rirkrit Tiravanija will take over Dóttir in Berlin and create their own version of contemporary Thai eatery. For two weeks, from the 26th July to the 6th August, the two friends and Berlin lovers will serve authentic yet contemporary Thai cuisine. Guests can expect fresh and summery ingredients and dishes, served family style as sharing dishes. They will focus on seasonal and regional products and incorporate them in traditional and newly interpreted Thai recipes. On the long list of ideas are fresh artichoke salad, green curry beef cheeks, roasted duck with Panang Curry, fish sauce ice cream and melting salmon on garden vegetables. The food will be accompanied by special wine recommendations of Dóttir's sommelier Patrick Wentzel and Thai flavored cocktails by Pauly Bar's mixologists Bobbi Kay and Justin Powell.
Dalad Kambuh and Rirkrit Tiravanjia share a deep love for Thai food and art. They have been cooking and working together for the past years, as mentor and pupil, as friends, as fellow artists and representatives of Thai culture in the Western world. Together with Moritz Estermann, Stephan Landwehr and Boris Radczun the idea was born to fill Dóttir with a different spice during the absence of the kitchen crew and to use the space for new inspirations.
Due to the sharing nature of Thai cuisine, reservations for 4 people and more are preferred.
Address: Mittelstrasse 40/41, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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