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SO Amazing Chefs 2022 returned for its 10th year with a stellar line-up of extraordinary chefs and culinary masters for a gastronomic discovery and celebration of Asian cuisine from Tuesday, 1 to Sunday, 6 November 2022 at SO/ Bangkok.

Throughout the week, six SO Amazing Chefs showcased their culinary craftsmanship in a series of fine-dining experiences:

SO Amazing Chefs: Six-Hands Dinner (Wednesday, 3 November): a sensational six-hands dinner by acclaimed chefs Peter Cuong Franklin, Kai Ho from two-Michelin-starred Taïrroir restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan and Andy Yang from Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu (2019-2022 Bib Gourmand Michelin Guide) and Table 38 (2019 one-Michelin star award; 2022 Michelin Guide Restaurant). Each chef contributed two signature dishes to the six-course dinner paying homage to their respective vibrant Vietnamese, Taiwanese and Thai culinary cultures at MIXO, on the 9th floor of SO/ Bangkok.

SO Amazing Chef: Monster by Tong Dinner (Thursday, 4 November): introducing one of Bangkok’s in-the-know gourmands must-try private dining experience, Monster by Tong Chef's Table, with Bangkok’s up-and-coming culinary talent Chef Tong Nandhabiwat. Chef Tong together with SO/ Bangkok’s mixologists creatively curated an 8-course pairings of cocktails and contemporary cuisine, fusing Japanese, Mediterranean and local ingredients to uncover exciting new flavors and culinary possibilities.

SO Amazing Chefs: Modern Flavors of Vietnam (Saturday, 5 November): award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin and international celebrity chef Bobby Chinn elevate street food-inspired Vietnamese dishes to new heights with their creative flair in a six-course lunch at MIXO, on the 9th floor of SO/ Bangkok.

SO Amazing Chefs: Memories on a Plate (Friday, 4 & Saturday, 5 November): an exclusive four-hands collaborative dinner "Memories on a Plate" by acclaimed Taiwanese chef Kai Ho and Thailand’s rising star chef Pam Utharntharm from restaurant POTONG. For the first time, SO/ Bangkok hosted a SO Amazing Chefs dining experience externally for a truly immersive multi-sensory experience at restaurant POTONG, set in the stunning historical Sino-Portuguese building in the heart of Chinatown.

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