One thing I really love. Chef really care about sustainability. Ingredients he picked from the sustainability farm.
A delightful Journey for the taste budsThe restaurant - Well presented, unpretentious setting with a relaxing ambience. The Service - We were well taken care of for the evening. One of the chefs explained each of the dishes as they came out to the table The Food and Wine - We had the 4 courses with the wine pairing. The oysters and watermelon on the first played on the taste buds with the textures and thai flavours. The chicken main and the black sesame pudding is a must. The wine pairing was perfect. The value for money is excellent and Le Du is highly recommended. We will return next time in Bangkok!!!
The poached grouper with bacon xo and Thai herds - such a splendid dish; innovative and delicious
The perfect combination of 3 kinds of chocolate!!!
Fine dining in BKAfter reading many good reviews, we decided to give Le Du a shot. We were staying in the W so Le Du was just around the corner. We were happily surprised with the wine list and we picked a Viognier that we also drink back home. We had the 4 course dinner and really liked every single course. As in any restaurant in BK, the pace of the servings was a bit too fast, the 4 courses were served within 1 and a half hour. The service, the taste and the portions were good so we left happy. We paid around THB 5000.
Good wine selection for you. One comment on this, wine is not serving at right temperature.
Good Food, Good but not Great - Needs more WorkWe tried the 4 course menu and enjoy most of our meal. The staff was welcoming and attentive, some servers did struggle to explain each dish when its serve due to the language, but cant blame them. Owner seems to like to talk and greet westerners at the table more than asians (not a biggie, just an observation and no offense).The only let down was when we order a prawn bisque, it was not fully cooked in the middle. We ask the waiter to make it fully cooked, when it was brought back. It was still not fully cooked. We cut into the prawn for her to see, it was still translucent color in the middle compare to the outside. The waiter argue with us that it was cooked and that is how it suppose to be, as if we dont know what we are talking about. I love prawns and eat it frequently, I think I know the difference between fully cooked or half cooked. Waiter should not have argued with us, that left a taste and experience.Most people may ...
Cozy upscale thai fusion restaurant. Tasty food, try the tasting menu, with good service.
Looks promising for dinner, but lunch menu was very limited, uninspired, and portions left everyone hungry.