CHILLI FEST

Sound the fire alarm! Chilli Fest is back!

Thailand’s hottest “Chilli Fest” returns with even more fiery eats from Bangkok’s leading restaurants and MICHELIN-calibre chefs, smoking hot entertainment and a fire show, an eye-watering chilli-eating competition and much more. This year’s event even adds on a round-the-world, five-course dinner showcase of the cuisine of the legendary Chef Ian Kittichai.

The Chilli Fest takes place on Saturday, 27 April 2024 at Urban Oasis from 2:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

The walk-in entry fee is at THB 250 that comes with one complimentary drink. Grab an early bird deal at THB 200 only.

Spice-loving guests can ignite their taste buds with a journey around the world of flaming menus from Myanmar, India, China, South Korea, Pakistan, Mexico, Malaysia, Spain and, of course, Thailand. Talented chefs from upscale Bangkok restaurants serve up tastes and plates in a roving marketplace setting with prices starting from THB 120 only. There are even plant-based options for vegetarian chilli-heads too.

Featured chefs, award-winning restaurants and temperature-raising dishes include:

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Thep Nakorn: Chef “Ton” Thitid Tassanakajohn, the mastermind behind the #1 restaurant on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Le Du, returns for the second year.

  • Beef / pork boat noodles  – THB 200
  • Beef holy basil stir fry served with rice – THB 250
  • Duck confit holy basil stir fry served with rice – THB 250
 
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Inddee: Chef Sachin Poojary delivers a modern Indian fine dining sensibility, honed by a wealth of experiences including in the Taj Mahal Palace kitchen, earning Inddee its first MICHELIN star within just one year of opening. 

  • Bhut jolokia momo (Indian dumplings) – THB 150
  • Kanthari chili Paniyaram (pork) – THB 150
  • Kanthari chili Paniyaram (butternut squash) – THB 150
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Avant: Chef Haikal Johari delights diners with his flair in delicious fusion dishes, blending modern European cuisine with an Asian touch. Having once led the esteemed kitchen of the one-MICHELIN-Star ‘Alma’ in Singapore.

  • Koshihikari with mentaiko and coconut – THB 220 
  • Pineapple gazpacho with mint and gochuchang – THB 180
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Vaso: Coming from stellar tenures at MICHELIN-starred La Terraza and Dos Palillos in Spain, and currently helming Bangkok’s Vaso Spanish Tapas Bar with his oh-so-colourful characters, Chef Álvaro Ramos presents contemporary tapas 

  • Gambas ajillo (garlic prawns) – THB 320
  • Patatas bravas (spicy potato) – THB 320
  • Albóndigas (dry aged meatball in spicy sauce) – THB 320
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Coda Bangkok: Chef “Tap” Supasit Kokpol, the founder of this popular modern Thai-Chinese restaurant and successful challenger on Iron Chef Thailand Season 9.

  • Spicy Northern sausages hot dog – THB 240
  • Chef Tap’s signature burger – THB 240
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Saneh Jaan, the one MICHELIN-Star eatery led by Chef ‘Toi’ Pilaipon Kamnag, is famous for its first-class ingredients from across Thailand.

  • Stir-fried noodles and shrimp with coconut milk, shrimp paste and chili sauce – THB 150
  • Spicy pork with lime, garlic and chili salad – THB 150
     
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Aromkwan: Founded by Chef “Bank” Vishnu Prempuk, Aromkwan is Bangkok’s renowned Asian smokery. Chef Bank, of Malaysian-Indian-Thai-Chinese descent, draws inspiration from his heritage, particularly recipes from his Malaysian grandmother. 

  • Smoked pork knuckle Biryani – THB 320
  • BBQ Ikan Bakar (fish) – THB 280
  • Asian slaw – THB 140
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Canes: a collaboration between scientists and chefs to provide exquisite plant-based cuisine, is dedicated to its acronym — Cruelty-free, Altruistic, Natural, Evolutionary, and Sustainable practices. At Chilli Fest, CANES’s head chef, Chef “Son” Siripong Kosol brings forth dishes,

  • Vegan boat noodles with roasted Hua Rua chilli served with Northern-style Kariang chilli paste on vegan crackling – THB 150
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Lady GooGoo: GooGoo, a Burmese foodie and traveling chef with a mission to advocate Burmese cuisine with modern touches to the world.

  • BTS (Burmese tea salad) – THB 150
  • BCFC (Burmese chili fried chicken) – THB 200
  • Summer Mohinga (Burmese Khanom Jeen) – THB 200
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ANJU: Executive Chef Shim Young Dae from ANJU Korean Rooftop Bar, Bangkok’s first and highest Korean rooftop bar, makes his Chilli Fest debut with

  • Bul O-deng (Fishcake skewers with fiery spicy sauce) – THB 120
  • Gochu dak gang jeong (Korean fried chicken with chili peppers) – THB 220
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Gaby, Megan & Diego: Latin power is on fire in the kitchen with Megan Leon, Gaby Espinosa and Diego Zarco. With skills honed at Bangkok’s Gaa, 80/20, Bo.Lan, Nahm, Eat Me and Ms. Maria and Mr. Singh.

  • Coctel de camarón estilo “sinaloa” (shrimp cocktail sinaloa) – THB 300
  • Flauta de Chorizo “naem” (Corn tortilla with homemade spicy chorizo) – THB 250
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Summer Palace: This popular Cantonese restaurant led by Chef Shui Wing Yau prepares mouth-watering of flavourful Sichuan dishes with their own twists.

  • Steamed spicy basil shrimp dumpling – THB 220
  • Poached chicken in Sichuan chili oil sauce – THB 230
  • Braised pork knuckle with mala sauce – THB 260
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Bar.Yard: Helming the grill is the hotel’s Executive Chef Lamberto Valdez Lara, who has put his unique twists on classic BBQ favourites.

  • Tacos de cerdo al pastor – THB 150
  • Lobster quesabirria – THB 200
  • Vegan cheese truffle quesadilla – THB 150
  • Smoked chipotle arroz con leche (Mexican-style rice pudding) – THB 100
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Urban Refugee Kitchen by Na Projects: Na Projects and Urban Refugee Kitchen aims to help refugee families one meal at a time. Guests can savour Pakistani flavours with homemade delicacies prepared by refugee families.

  • Veggie samosa –  THB 150
  • Biryani rice with eggplant masala – THB 180
  • Biryani rice with beef masala – THB 200
  • Gulab Jamun – THB 80 
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For a more intimate Chilli Fest feast, Stock.Room presents an exclusive five-course tasting menu by Chef Pongtawat “Ian Kittichai” Chalermkittichai, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on 27 April at its Cooking Studio. The legendary Chef Ian, among many other accolades, is the Iron Chef Thailand and the Co-host and Head Chef of the newly launched Hell’s Kitchen Thailand television series. The degustation menu for the evening invites guests to explore Chef Ian’s culinary world, with each course inspired by his various restaurant concepts across the globe.

Get up close and personal with the chef himself at this limited-seat dinner.

  • 5-course dinner available at THB 2,999++ per person including entry to Chilli Fest
  • Premium beverage pairing available at THB 1,199++ per person

Just 22 seats available! Book now before all seats are gone!

The bravest hot heads are invited to join the chilli-eating competition to vie for the grand prize. Contestants need to show their mettle by munching on increasingly hot chilli peppers, up to a 2,400,000 Scoville heat units, with the last competitor standing the ultimate winner. There will be a prize for the second and third winners as well. The contest is free and open to the public for whoever dares.

Stay tuned for more details.

Chilli-Fest guests get the chance to shop hip merchandise designed by Akkara Bangkok.

So Hot Yet So Lonely
Hot & Classy
Not Just Hot, Chilli Hot
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Not Just Hot, Chilli Hot
So Hot Yet So Lonely
Hot & Classy
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Not Just Hot, Chilli Hot
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Tote Bag : THB 590

T-Shirt : THB 459

Bucket Hat : THB 499  |  Cap : THB 459