Refined German cuisine by twin brothers in the heart of Bangkok


On the Pass

Thomas and Mathias Sühring

Pastry Chef

Kamonwan Puttakunmeesrisuk

What to expect: With nearly eight years under its belt, fine dining fixture Sühring continues to impress all-comes with its elegant, modern take on German cuisine. The tasting menu takes you on a Central European journey through a perfectly plated, consistently elevated and smartly sourced experience that keeps the crowds coming in and the accolades stacking up.

All in the family: German twin brothers, Mathias and Thomas Sühring combine their sophisticated culinary skills with their childhood memories of pickling, fermentation and curing, bringing them to life through their haute-German menu that even includes exciting recipes from their grandmother's old recipe book. The duo, who previously worked at Bangkok’s sky-high Mezzaluna before opening Sühring in 2016, also make sure to emphasise the usage of local ingredients in their creations.

Reinventing German cuisine: The menu is a far cry from your typical German fare but don’t let it dissuade you from still savouring traditional mouth-watering classics that have been reinvented in clever, aesthetically stunning ways. The homemade spaetzle, a cross between a noodle and dumpling, is decadently covered in fresh Perigod truffle shavings while the slice of wild boar pie is a visually striking kaleidoscope of colorful ingredients including pistachio, winter truffle and parsley root.

A glasshouse with meaning: Situated on a quiet street in the heart of Bangkok, Sühring is settled in an elegant house with an attached glasshouse and surrounding lush garden that was built as an homage to the brothers' rural upbringing. You will find three other dining rooms that each emanate a different mood, from cozy to the lively open kitchen where you can watch the chefs work their magic.


10 Soi Yen Akat 3, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

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