Opening in January 2020, this unique dining destination will specialise in regional dishes created by Chef Ian and featuring a creative twist and hand-picked local ingredients
Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort, the health-focused retreat in downtown Bangkok, is preparing to introduce its in-house guests and local residents to a new era of Thai dining at Khum Hom. Chef Ian delivers a unique take on authentic and honest Thai cuisine at Khum Hom.
Scheduled to open in January 2020, Khum Hom will deliver a unique new take on Thai cuisine, by recreating authentic and original recipes from the four culinary corners of Thailand: north, northeast, central and south.
The word ‘khum’ is Thai for a ‘bite-sized portion’, while ‘hom’ means ‘aromatic’, so diners can look forward to a delectable selection of wholesome dishes that are both fragrant and full of flavour. By focusing on the origins of its ingredients, including responsibly-sourced and organic produce, the restaurant’s highly-skilled culinary team will craft outstanding dining experiences that are dedicated to well-being, while also demonstrating a deep respect for Thailand’s rich culinary heritage.
Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort understands that in Thai culture, food is about much more than just sustenance; it is an integral part of life that brings people together. Chef Ian and his team of young chefs now invite all Thai and international diners to savour wholesome and heart-warming cuisine at Khum Hom, overlooking the resort’s lush tropical gardens. The aim is to create a casual and competitively-priced fine-dining concept where families and couples can return time and again.
Khum Hom will become the fifth F&B outlet at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort, joining Tamarind, the healthy all-day dining restaurant, Rim Klong Café, a canalside bakery and coffee shop, Cinnamon Lobby Bar and Sala Pool Bar.
To learn more about Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, please visit http://www.movenpick.com.