Food & Drink

Mia

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Dec 6, 2019

By Jeninne Lee St. John.

Don’t let the awesome wallpaper fool you. On the wide-ranging menu at the city’s new Instagram darling, the tastes more than match up to the aesthetics. Their foie gras doughnuts and uni tart (and pink-velour room draped in flowers) may have lit up your newsfeed but comfort food, like the tender grilled pork chop and the heavenly hot smoked salmon, is what’ll keep you coming back. Kick off in the classy bar with a butterfly pea-tinged Yuzu Loulou, and wrap up with a pre-ordered melt-in-your-mouth, burnt- edged tarte tatin. Don’t forget to hit the hidden head at some point; it’s a delight in its own right.

miarestaurantbkk.com; dinner for two Bt3,000.

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