TAAN’s creative Thai cuisine celebrates the country’s food artisans and their unique ingredients.
Chef Monthep “Thep” Kamolsilp and his kitchen team pride themselves on working closely with independent local farmers and suppliers, whose high-quality, seasonal ingredients provide the inspiration for an ever-changing menu.
Every dish there has a story to tell. The name TAAN itself comes from the Thai word meaning “to have a meal” and it is also a play on pra-taan, which means leader or head of a group.
With Chef Thep’s extensive travels around the country, he has been inspired by numerous local traditions around food culture. Each season, Chef Thep sources high-quality ingredients from a variety of sustainable and small-scale artisanal farmers and food suppliers from both Bangkok and around the country. Inspiration also comes from Thai meals traditionally eaten at various times of year.