One Star House Party, a collection of renowned chefs from across the globe with the goal of creating 20 pop-up restaurants in 20 different countries over 20 months, is opening its Bangkok restaurant this Sunday until December 3rd at Banyan Tree Bangkok.
Led by James Sharman, who trained at NOMA, The Ledbury and many of the world’s best restaurants, the team travels from country to country (they’ve already set up shops in Vietnam and China) learning about local cuisine through journeys to lesser-known rural areas where traditional food cultures are predominantly so strong.
The group’s Bangkok pop-up takes over Latitude Lounge & Bar at the Banyan Tree. Don’t expect to walk into the same bar you already know, One Star House Party is notorious for transforming their temporary venues into something completely different. Each team member serves one course with an accompanying story about where the dish, and their inspiration, came from.
The project is picking up steam and grabbing attention throughout the world, and tickets for the Bangkok event are nearly sold out. Even if you can’t make it to the restaurant next week, the crew has some decent video production under its belt and the One Star House Party website is well-worth a 30-minute browse to check out their content.