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It’s not every day that you find a fine dining establishment run from a chef’s personal kitchen. But then, Pichaya “Pam” Utharntharm is not your everyday chef. At just 28, she has studied gastronomy in both France and New York, and worked for a Michelin three-star chef. But her dream was always to return to her native Thailand and open up her own place. So, she did. Now she’s serving some of Thailand’s most inventive dishes out of Bangkok’s most exclusive joint—her dining room. Welcome to The Table.
This Great Big Story was made in partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand.
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