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Asia's "best" restaurant has an emoji-only menu – and it's just been awarded two Michelin stars

Great street food-inspired cuisine awaits within this Bangkok gem tucked away in a whitewashed residence shrouded by lush vegetation and bathed in muted lighting. Launched by Indian wunderkind Gaggan Anand in 2010, this eatery – consistently ranked the best in Asia, and just awarded two Michelin stars – knows how to surprise and impress equally; the chef draws on his native land for inspiration while fostering a contemporary approach informed by scientific advances. The results are bizarre yet taste-packed creations such as edible plastic bags of nuts, sea urchin ice cream and a yoghurt explosion (all depicted on the menu only by emojis). Be quick though, Anand plans to close this venue in 2020, and there is usually a four-month waiting list.


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