David Cheung, CEO of Gaia Group, and Mayuree Chaipromprasith, executive of Siam Paragon, organized the launch of a high-end restaurant, Townhouse, a new hangout spot from Hong Kong opening for the first time in Thailand. The restaurant is open from 10 am to midnight. The launching event was an exclusive party that invited guests to experience the mysterious allure of Townhouse. The event was joined by celebrities such as Machida Techapaibul, Piyarat Kaljareuk, Promporn Yuvaves, Suwadee Puengboonpra, Nandhamalee Bhirombhakdi, Pijj Bunyapana and Nattavut Trivisvavet at The Gourmet Garden, G floor, North Wing, Siam Paragon.
The ambience has an authentic Townhouse vibe. Guests hobnobbed and enjoyed the special meal – a fusion of traditional Asian food with a Western twist, complemented with premium cocktails. Lively music filled the air, played by DJ Pan Kasidit Kanchanaran. A flair bartender show was met with great enthusiasm, followed by an exclusive surprise Crème Brulee torched at the table for each guest.
This marks another successful milestone for Gaia Group’s expansion in Southeast Asia. Gaia Group runs European and Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing, with a goal to introduce authentic experiences, top-notch services, and original flavors to customers. The company has more than 10 brands under its management, one of them being Townhouse, a hip hangout spot from Hong Kong with a unique design created by world-renowned architect Hugh Zimmern, with an inspiration from Jacobean London townhouse in Europe, adapted to fit the Thai environment.
Highlights of Townhouse showcase the seamlessly matched and perfect marriage of Asian food and Western cooking method satisfying everyone’s taste bud, using fresh seasonal ingredients and special cooking techniques such as slow cooking and robata grilling to bring out the best flavors. Townhouse has a wide array of food for an all-day dining experience – skewered food, snacks, main dishes, and signature dishes. This modern bar and café provides different delicacies that mix the West and the East, making it a popular all-day-dining spot for all the epicures in town.