Eat Me: international creative cuisine and art gallery

Eat Me Bangkok
Eat Me Bangkok at Soi Pipat 2. Photo by Discovering Bangkok

Opening in May of 1998, Eat Me ( อีทมี) has actually been called a veteran of the Bangkok eating scene, yet the restaurant feels as fresh and as alive as ever before. It’s located at Soi Phiphat 2 ( ซอยพิพัฒน์ 2), just off Convent Road ( ถนนคอนแวนต์).

Head chef Tim Butler, who comes from New York, exhibits authentic imagination in the cooking area, absorbing influences from around the world. Dishes are qualified by daring flavor combinations, which display a kaleidoscope of global components.

Expanded over 3 floors with a sleek, soft color scheme, the dining establishment houses a bar as well as a bamboo-shrouded outdoor patio, which is irresistibly enchanting in the evening when illuminated by flickering candlelight. Friendly staff, as well as remarkable alcoholic beverages, are more factors to check out and assist discuss why Eat Me is much-loved as a late-night eating destination.

Darren Hausler is the face of Eat Me given that he opened the dining establishment with his sister Cherie in 1998, both owner and co-founder can commonly be found dropping by tables to catch up with regulars, and sharing Bangkok tips with visitors to the Thai capital. Having grown in South Australia’s Barossa Valley wine region, a gastronomy center, Darren as well as Cherie had actually toyed with the concept of starting an eatery back home when they came across a cool Bangkok joint that caught their interest and caught their imagination. Not long after, Eat Me was born.

Eat Me’s menu fuses influences from around the world, with the owner coming from Australia and also the chef from the USA. Dishes are created starting with top quality products sourced with sustainability in mind and then utilizing years of experience combined with instinct, light seasoning, and additional flavors. The results are well-balanced dishes where the natural flavors are the main feature.

With a menu that is only seen in Melbourne while their lamb is exceptional, this restaurant will particularly impress you if you have been on the Thai street food for about a week and have started to miss the creamy cheese and sunchokes. You will love the Asian flavors they offer with a twist. Also, they offer most of their mains in two different sizes which makes this Silom spot a great place to share your food.

Eat Me likewise has a changing schedule of art exhibitions, with the walls being attached with artworks provided by H Gallery that are specialized in Thai & Asian Contemporary Art.