Camphor

A modern Bistro in the heart of the Arts District from Alain Ducasse veterans Max Boonthanakit and Lijo George.

A French and Indian-influenced brasserie from two Alain Ducasse veterans (both worked at Blue by Alain Ducasse in Bangkok) inside the former Nightshade space. Expect a conceptual, mostly French bistro menu with influences from Southeast Asia, such as whole chicken breast with chicken thigh mousse and tandoori spice, fried baby shrimp gunpowder and frozen hot chocolate hazelnut soufflé. The interior look offer a lot of white, with the millennial pink hues of Nightshade giving way to lighter earth tones, marble, and periwinkle blue banquette seating.

Open Wednesday to Monday, from 5pm to 11pm - dinner only. 

Ideal For

Asian fusion cuisine, playful dining

Signature Dishes

Mapo tofu lasagna, egg noodles layered with a Sichuan pepper-infused pork rag├╣ and filaments of tofu cream; Szechuan hot quail served on a thick slice of Japanese milk bread and gochujang-infused squid ink bucatini with cuttlefish Bolognese.


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