Souffle and me




We had a family dinner at Souffle and me a continental restaurant located in Chong Nonsi soi Narathiwas 24 road.  Beautifully redesigned home made into a cozy dining atmosphere, Souffle and me is a mixture of French and Italian cuisine operating in its 2nd year. The next time we go I would like to try the wide array of available pastries.

Open 7 days a week. Mon. – Fri. 11:00-22:00pm Sat. & Sun 8:00-10:00pm. Reservation recommended.

[Passion]: Chef Gai Thanunya


She is the only female chef to compete in the Iron Chef Thailand TV show. Featured in BK & Michelin Guide

[Exterior & Interior Design]


When you walk up the driveway to the restaurant there is nice garden with tables for outdoor dining. The indoor lighting gives off a warm welcoming feeling.


The interior is very cozy using light colors with greenery throughout the restaurant.  A Rustic design with use of modern equipment and technology to bring forth simple and tasty cuisines.

[Main course]:Lobster souffle


For anyone who has never had a souffle: A soufflé is a baked egg-based dish which originated in early eighteenth century France. It is made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites combined with various other ingredients and served as a savory main dish or sweetened as a dessert. Wikipedia  The souffle was very light and airy. The lobster had a lot of meat and side sauce to provide additional flavors.

Grilled Salmon with extra virgin oil and baked spinach


My daughter loves grilled salmon!  The simplicity of it with lemon and little bit of olive oil is all you really need. The baked spinach on the side was a nice addition.

[Dessert]:Nutella souffle with grilled caramelized banana


I loved the combination of souffle with ice-cream. The bitterness of the caramelized sugar on top of the banana is a nice touch.

Lavander smoked penna cotta with homemade mixed berries compote


This penna cotta is one-of-a-kind. The smoky aroma infused with the sweetness and berry flavor penna cotta is delicious!

[Sharing the moment]:


A friend from Japan who we’ve known for more than 3 years now is staying in Bangkok for a while. Of course he loves tennis too!


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George Kidera
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George Kidera has been coaching at APF Academies since April 2011. He had played tennis for the Bulldogs at Truman State University from 2000-2002. His role has been to promote and support all levels of the international tennis community at APF. "Coaching tennis is a wonderful experience and a great teaching tool to develop our next future leader."