Haoma - pronounced ha-o-ma - is named after a divine plant venerated by ancient human societies. The restaurant is located within a charming, old-world colonial wooden house hidden deep away from the busy Sukhumvit main street. At the heart of the restaurant, a large greenhouse wraps around the two-storey structure, giving guests the impression of a grove within a rainforest. Chef DK’s deep respect for nature is delivered through his mission to be waste-free and carbon neutral, serving what they grow from within the urban farm backyard in certified organic soil. He brings the freshest organic Thai ingredients and produce and high-quality sustainable meats to your plate, with impeccable flavours and plate presentations inspired by Chef DK`s Indian roots. Part of the sustainable dining experience is to enjoy a walk through the urban backyard and explore the fresh edible plants grown onsite.
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Mr Deepanker Kkhosla
The Chef & the Brigade
“I am influenced by my roots and the culture I grew up in. From my father’s huge backyard farm, we grew produce and cooked with foods when they are in their freshest forms. Paying homage to my roots, I re-create Neo-Indian cuisine, balancing traditional and modern practice, and applying my experience from working with luxury collection hotels all over India. A significant part of my food and research delves deep into historic Indian cuisine. I believe that sustainability isn't a fad and therefore aim to play our part to reduce the carbon foot print. We strive to create the best flavours from what's available in our surroundings. We grow what we cook, we cook what we love.”
“Bangkok’s first urban farm restaurant, Haoma creates Neo Indian cuisine in a new form of Indian identity, based largely upon reinvented pre-colonial cultures, indigenous beliefs and ritual practices. Located in the heart of Sukhumvit, the restaurant brings together innovative gastronomy and sustainable practices that incorporates ethical produce sourcing, cuisine crafting, visual design, engineering and horticulture.”
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Saturday & Sunday: Lunch 11:30am-03:00pm and dinner 06:00pm-11:00pm
Time zone: (GMT+07:00) Bangkok
Currency accepted: THB
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, JCB, Diners, UnionPay
Electricity voltage: 220V
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ACCESSRight at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 31 (before connecting to soi 39).
Nearest Airport: Suvarnabhumi International Airport - 33 km
Nearest Airport: Don Muang Airport (national) (DMK) - 22 km
Nearest Railway Station: Bangkok Railway Station (Hualamphong) - 9 km
Nearest Railway Station: BTS Phrom Phong Station - 1 km
CONTACT231/3 Sukhumvit Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Bangkok Bangkok, Thailand