Tickets for this year’s Wonder Feasts are now on sale. These delectable banquets prepared by world-renowned chefs are expected to sell out and tickets won’t be available in The Fields, so don’t miss your chance; book now.

Already garnering a reputation among foodies in the region and beyond, our Wonder Feasts are an unmissable culinary experience. Under the shady bamboo sails of the Theatre Of Feasts, guests dine semi-al fresco, with a view over The Fields and this year’s line up promises to be another showstopper.

Friday 17 February, 7pm
Dinner by Gaggan x Daniel Chavez
Making a welcome return to Wonder Feasts is the king of progressive Indian cuisine, Gaggan, who will join forces with Chef Daniel Chavez of Ola in Singapore. 

Ceviche of yellowtail and corn on the cob

Pan con tomato with rocket and wild salad leaves

Eggplant and spicy miso sake

Country chicken paella with Indian curry

Grilled Iberian suckling baby pig

Tomahawk with chimichurri and anticucho sauce

Space cake and vanilla ice cream

Price: 3,000 baht inclusive of free-flow wine by Italasia


Saturday 18 February, 12 noon
Lunch by Jeriko Van Der Wolf of Cocotte
Thanks to its delectable dishes made with organic ingredients, it’s increasingly difficult to get a table at Cocotte in Bangkok. So, here’s your chance to experience their farm-to-table philosophy with friends at a delicious, indulgent lunch featuring all Chef Jeriko’s organic specialties made with ingredients sourced from Royal Projects.

Big cheesy sourdough: Two-pound sourdough bread from Conkey’s, filled with Camembert and truffle, served with truffle green salad – to share with friends.

Paella style risotto: Carnaroli rice, saffron, chicken, chorizo, green peas, bell pepper confit, mussels, prawns, cuttlefish and clams.

Australian wagyu tomahawk: Cooked medium-rare with signature Cocotte sauces and served with mashed potatoes.

Giant Paris-Bangkok: Chou pastry, praline mousse, fresh mango and coconut jam.

Price: 1,500 baht
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Saturday 18 February, 7pm
Dinner by F.A.C.T. Collective
Prepare for a unique dinner curated by F.A.C.T. Collective, featuring chefs Khanaporn “Oom” Janjirdsak and Panupon “Black” Bulsuwan – two experimental experts of regional cuisine. 

Welcome Drink
Fresh pineapple and ale made from wild licorice and yeast from longan fruits.

Amuse Bouche
Wild yeast bread from tea leaves served with halloumi cheese and wild honey.

First Appetizer
Indigenous sticky rice cooked with perilla, sweetness from watermelon and southern style dried fish.

Second Appetizer
Rice noodle with northern style chilli, served with dried crab curry.

Tea leaf salad served with southern style dressing and sun-dried squid.

Northern style miso soup served with rice, fermented pork and special vegetables from Hin Lard Nai.

Main Course
Rice cooked with coconut juice, served with chicken, shrimp paste spicy dip and a black chicken egg.

Fermented wild lemon served with honey and jelly.

Price: 3,000 baht inclusive of free-flow wine by Italasia
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Sunday 19 February, 12noon
Paolo Vitaletti and Jarrett Wrisley present Reggae Brunch
This delicious, laid-back brunch will combine flavors from Appia, Peppina and Soul Food Mahanakorn. 

Paolo’s Egg Frittata: Spinach, porcini, mozzarella and parmesan.

Meatballs with grilled Conkey’s sourdough.

The Breakfast Pizza: Guanciale, egg, pecorino and pepper.

DIY Breakfast Burritos: Slow-roasted pork shoulder and barbecued baby lamb, flour tortillas, salsas and condiments.

Khao Tom Moo: Rice soup with coriander and black pepper meatballs, baby back ribs, fried garlic, coriander and mint.

Gai Yang Isaan: Wood-grilled baby chicken, marinated in northeastern spices

Som Tam bar

Dessert: Appia’s chocolate pie and sticky rice with custard.

Price: 1,500 baht
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Hungry? Reserve your seat in the Theatre of Feasts now and don’t forget to bring your ticket confirmation on the day (printed out or on your phone).