A new restaurant in a refurbished jet plane located in Chang Chui, a famous creative space in Bangkok. The name, NA-OH, is an anagram of Noah, the Ark’s builder. The concept of this restaurant is of bringing everyone to a new world and telling stories through the dishes. The body of the jet has been converted into a dining room. Diners can enjoy watching animals in glass cases. NA-OH offers a five-course dinner menu for 1,500 baht, or 8 courses for 2,500 baht.
Amah, a starter from the 1,500-baht dinner, is pickled Chinese cabbage. The story of this dish is that it is the food our grandmothers prepare for us when we set off on a journey. Chinese cabbage is preserved in yuzu and dipped in sesame oil for better taste.
Congest, from the 2,500-baht menu, is a representative of the crowd on this jet. Chef uses purple sweet potato served with fresh Kinfish Tartar and quail eggs, with soy sauce and basil oil.
Continuing the biblical theme, customers who opt for the 2,500-baht dinner will be able to choose either the “Adam” or “Eve” menu. The former includes tenderloin meat served with abalone, while the latter has black tiger shrimp in caramel fried pineapple and soy sauce, and foie gras with raspberry sauce.
460/8 Sirindhorn Rd, Khwaeng Bang Phlat, Khet Bang Phlat
Tel. 08 8612 2188
Open: Thursday to Tuesday, 6 pm to midnight.