Stunning outdoor setting. No meat.

Want to experience why some of the most exciting kitchens in the world right now are turning vegetarian? Turn up to Siam Kempinski hotel on Nov 29-30 for Sra Bua head chef Henrik Yde Andersen’s new garden pop-up.

Yde Andersen has past form with vegetarian cooking. As well as running the Michelin-starred Sra Bua here, he also has owns VeVe back in his native Copenhagen, a restaurant that elevates veg-based cuisine into elegant tasting menus that draw on flavors from around the world.

Don’t go expecting anything like the glamorous, Thai fine-dining experience of Sra Bua. The six-course menu is rustic yet modern, playing to Yde Anderson’s molecular gastronomy skills while never hiding behind them.

There’s a Waldorf Salad of apple granita, candied walnuts and creme fraiche foam; a tender slice of salt-baked celeriac dressed in miso-rich butter; a between-course palate pleaser of beef Bourguignon and mash only without the beef; and a wonderfully light strawberry and rhubarb dessert.

At B3,800, the fixed price also includes a full wine pairing of old world bottles stretching from a German riesling to a French pinot noir.

Dinner is served at a communal table that walked straight out of a Pinterest mood board—shrubbery, burlap, bits of tree trunk and lots of glassware—and into Kempinski’s garden.

Note that space is limited to 12 seats per night.

Nov 29-30. L/F, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, 991/9 Rama 1 Rd., 02-162-9000