Time Out says
Taking Thai street food to the next level with quality ingredients and modern cooking techniques.
Chef Thitid Tassanakajohn does it again with another venture following Le Du and Baan. With the help of American chef Chandler Schultz, Thitid creates simple yet fabulous plates inspired by the sidewalk fare of Bangkok. Baa Ga Din is where you find everyday comfort food with a sophisticated twist. Try the dry-aged beef tartare with sweet cucumber gel, spicy mustard and salty tamarind sauce. Pair it with the grilled corn salad, a zesty dish that combines corn and mango with kaffir lime emulsion. A full-range bar offers herb-inspired drinks such as Wake Up in Bangkok, a gin-based cocktail with passion fruit, raspberry, ginger powder and absinthe.