Located on Thonglor Soi 9, Baltic Blunos led by Chef Martin Blunos, a British-born culinary star with Latvian roots, and Latvian Executive Chef Aleksandrs Nasikailov. A journey to explore Baltic’s patrimony and Latvian heritage through innovative cuisine, very theatrical, exciting presentation and fantastic experience.
The dining journey there is very much a culinary story and where diners get to experience Latvian fond culinary memories, spectacular presentations, innovative balanced flavors, and food combinations.
Both balance culinary audacity with photogenic theatricality through the use of molecular techniques and a unique selection of plates to remind you of the Baltic fresh seafood, earthy ingredients find in wild forests and rich feral regions of Aleksander’s roots….to display air, water, earth and fire in a creative avant-garde cuisine.
Check out their bread which is baked with only 20 % of Rye and coconut water for a healthy and tasty accompaniment during dinner.
The homemade salted butter (Chef could not give us all the secrets of those…but you definitely got to try!)
Without really wanting to define a Baltic cuisine, the Chef’s duo brings familiar Asian flavors with Latvian ingredients to our palates and portrays creative dishes with experimental techniques and ingenious compositions. Get ready for a chemistry lesson!
Throughout the tasting menu, you will uncover seductive pottery, uniquely designed plate ware, dry ice, foams, edible trees (lots of earthy flavors there!).
We enjoyed during the dinner the paired non-alcoholic drinks such as Combu dark rye, Roselle seeds or wildflower herbal fermented homemade drinks…perfect to keep our focus on the course flavors and our guts clean!
Baltic Blunos set menu
Six-course menu: 2,900 THB net per person
Six-course wine pairing: 1,800 THB net per person
Six-course kombucha pairing: 850 THB net per person
Eight-course menu: 3,400 THB net per person
Eight-course wine pairing: 2,200 THB net per person
Eight-course kombucha pairing: 1,000 THB net per person