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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Deja Vu


A jamais vu dining

Déjà Vu is not the restaurant I already-seen in a dream, but she is definitely a quality restaurant I expect Accor Hotels should deliver to Bangkok residents (and tourists of course) after my disappointment with its Bangkok flagship hotels F&B venues, Sofitel Silom and Novotel on Siam Square.

Déjà Vu is a trendy bistro cum wine house, pretty large in size with very high ceiling, decorated in modern comfort, tables on red. Cuisine is Continental on the French side. Ambiance is easy going, service is attentive, and the bill is wallet friendly.

On the occasion while France celebrated its 220th Bastille Day (la Fête Nationale) on July 14, I joint my friends to Déjà Vu. Unlike previous visits, menu of tonight was tailored, and fun. The 30-course la Fête Nationale Tasting Menu was actually 30-mouthful bites (yes, tapas alike) consisting of Starters tasting menu, Soup tasting menu, Seafood tasting menu, Meat tasting menu, and Desserts tasting menu. Accompanied with wines, of course.

The way Deja Vu served the 30-course la Fête Nationale Tasting Menu didn't deliver a WOW factor to diners; however, quality of food and taste were marvelous!

Déjà Vu ***3/4
Pullman King Power Hotel
8/2 Rangnam Road
Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400
Tel.: 02.680.9999
Deja Vu

Open daily : 7 pm - 11 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 3,000


Paranoid Android said...

Happy Bastille Day! Bonne fête national.

in the sea said...

Bastille - a subway station I recall about Paris.

Fillet-O Fish said...

What is the theme of the party? Dining in a jail setting!

Thailand Club said...

Fish Burger, u will c what were v eating .. make sure ur heart beat is normal these days!

Stella said...

Yes Fish Burger,
This really looks like a fancy French dinner celebration for Water Bien in Taiwan jail.

in the sea said...

30 course tasting menu?

Thailand Club said...

yes Sea, 30 courses menu!!

but not so grand as we thought, it is indeed 30 mouthful bites serving (very tapas style, not actually serve by course), anyway every tasting bite was so yummy ..

Stella said...

I like your photos here and the presentation.

in the sea said...

OK, just like we went in a luxury Japanese dept. store and they gave you a tiny bite of this and that. So the Chinese saying "little bite tastes much better 小食多滋味".

Fillet-O Fish said...

Maybe chef doesn't like fish? I see only 3 fish dishes in this 30-course fancy tasting menu! I love fishes.

Thailand Club said...

dear fish burger, although only 3 fish spoons, but together with lobsters there we sampled 10 mouthful bites of seafood in the 30-course, good balance enough with meats la