Thitid Tassanakajohn (Chef Ton) – Le Du and Baan, Bangkok

Thitid Tassanakajohn’s mother’s and grandmother’s cooking inspired his culinary passion. Chef Ton pursued his dream at the Culinary Institute of America, and worked at Eleven Madison Park, The Modern, and Jean Georges in New York. Returning to Thailand with a vision to elevate Thai cuisine, he now runs the kitchens at Le Du (#14 on Asia’s 50 Best 2018) and Baan.

Supported by Reflections by AQUA

Masakan ibu dan nenek dari Thitid Tassanakajohn menginspirasi minatnya terhadap dunia kuliner. Chef Ton mengejar impiannya di Culinary Institute of America, dan bekerja di Eleven Madison Park, The Modern, dan Jean Georges di New York. Kembali ke Thailand dengan visi untuk memajukan hidangan Thailand, ia kini menjalankan dapur-dapur Le Du (#14 dari 50 Restoran Terbaik Asia 2018) dan Baan.

Didukung oleh AQUA Reflections

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