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March 09, 2015
Restoration Resto
After a one-year hiatus, sibling restaurateurs Nattawadee and Bancha Vijitratanakit are back in business with their new eatery Harvest. Longtime visitors to Bangkok may recall the Vijitratanakit’s popular, neighbourhood bolthole Bouchot, a buzzy mussel bar serving jet-fresh seafood. Well, their new venture is a mod-rustic update, with a menu that’s still heavy on the mussels, but also offers a range of delish Euro-inflected food.

Harvest’s farmhouse-like interior with its distressed brick, wooden furniture and raw concrete surfaces creates a contemporary and casual environment in which diners can get their moules fix. There are eight different options to choose from, both hot and cold, with sauces and toppings ranging from traditional white wine and capers to aromatic fennel and chorizo, or hearty beer and bacon. And if you’re not a fan of molluscs, fret not: peruse the Med-accented menu to discover excellent Iberico pork neck with apple and paprika, or carabineros gambas with roasted tomatoes, rounded out with kooky chocolate semifreddo with toasted marshmallows for dessert. Pair your bites with a pour from the extensive wine list, or a signature cocktail such as the Water Brush; vodka mixed with fresh mint and watermelon. How’s that for the new Harvest?
24/1 Sukhumvit Soi 31 / Klongton Nua / +66 2 262 0762 / 5.30pm-midnight daily /