Bangkok, Thailand

If Instagram designed urban farms, they’d look like this: a creaky house filled with plants, strings of twinkling lights zigzagging between shelves of seedlings, rustic wooden furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows. Indian chef Deepanker Khosla (a recipient of the Champions of Change Award for The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2021) is evangelical about farm-to-table, zero-waste cooking. His multi-course tasting menus pay homage to the classic recipes of his motherland, yet he produces many of the greens, fruit and fish on site using hydroponics and sourcing the rest of the ingredients as locally as possible from organic farms. An interesting wine list continues the theme of respect for nature through sustainable, organic and biodynamic pours from both the Old and New World.

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231/3 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Phrom Phong, Bangkok, Central Thailand, Bangkok 10110