Bangkok's Popular Pop-Up
October 15, 2014
When a Bangkok pop-up becomes too popular to let go, there's only one thing left to do.
Published on Oct 15, 2014
By their nature, pop ups are fleeting and ephemeral beings. But what happens when a pop up is too popular to shut down? At the Four Seasons Bangkok (fourseasons.com/bangkok; +66 2 126 8866, ext. 1249), a 20-seat wine and Pop-Up Charcuterie Room that was scheduled to operate for three months only now has an extended run thanks to the high demand from its devoted following. Aside from the everchanging collection of jamón, chorizo, manchego and Pinots, this little bit of Barcelona offers a rare commodity in Bangkok: an outdoor deck overlooking a tree-lined street. There's also a strong French and Italian influence, with a healthy selection of peppers stuffed with ricotta, Sicilian olives, herb-encrusted sausages and goat cheeses. The menu is always evolving, so making repeat visits is a must before the venue morphs into something new. No date on that just yet. Open Monday to Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Pop-Up Charcuterie Room at the Four Seasons Bangkok.
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