Sathorn French restaurant Brasserie 9
is back in action after a sweeping overhaul of the concept, as well as the space itself.
The restaurant now offers three dining zones, each with its own vibe, design, focus, and—let’s be real—price point.
Brasserie 9 serves a la carte French dishes, like croque monsieur and croque madame (B390), truffle pasta (B690), seared Tasmanian salmon (B680), and more.
Le 9, meanwhile, is more of a special occasion spot offering fine dining under the lead of chef Raphael Kinimo. Expect five-course (B2,490) and eight-course (B3,990) menus, with dishes like scallop carpaccio with caviar, avocado mousse, and kalamansi dressing, and seared wagyu tenderloin with foie gras and black truffle. There are only 22 seats here, so it’s pretty exclusive.
Lastly, the Brass is a bar zone promising DJ sets and cocktails.
If that’s not enough, you can also buy take-away products and desserts at Boutique 9: terrines, pâté, cold cuts, cheese, wines, home-made sweets and pastries, and more.
Brasserie 9, Sathorn Soi 6, 02-234-2588. Open daily 11:30-midnight.
Images courtesy of Brasserie 9