Bonus: most of them come with free-flow wine.

Don’t party too hard at this year’s Wonderfruit. You’ll need your appetite for the awesome lineup of feasts they’ve got prepared. 

First up, 80/20 will be championing sustainable seafood in a dinner with free-flow wine (Dec 13, 7pm. B4,500). Competing for attention, Samuay and Sons co-founder Weerawat “Num” Triyasenawat will take diners on an eight-course journey through Isaan on the same night (Dec 13, 5, 7 and 9pm. B5,500).

Perfect for morning-after recovery, three chefs—Aoom of Koei Trang, Tanya of Tanya’s Homemade Eatery, and Beer of Blackitch—will host Grandma’s Lunch (Dec 14, midday. B2,500, including free-flow wine—if you can stomach it), offering nutrient-rich family recipes and wild ingredients.

On Saturday night, they’re whipping out the big guns with a collab between Bo.lan and Singapore’s Rishi Naleendra, who’ll be bringing Thai-Sri Lankan barbecue to the table (Dec 14, 7pm. B5,500, including free-flow wine). Prefer Japanese food? Then book a seat at Fillets’ 12-course Omakase in The Fields (Dec 14, 5,7, and 9pm. B6,800).

Follow it up with a leisurely all-you-can-eat-and-drink organic brunch from Boutique Farmers (Dec 15, 2pm. B3,500) or a veggie-laden lunch from Haoma (Dec 15, 2pm. B3,000, including free-flow wine).

If you’ve been to past Wonderfruit feasts, you’ll know that all this happens under the communal, sun-dappled shade of vast bamboo awnings at the top of a hill overlooking the festival.

Back for its sixth edition, Wonderfruit is set to take place on Dec 12-16 at The Fields at Siam Country Club, Pattaya. Tickets to the festival and these feasts are on sale at wonderfruit.co.

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