Chef Phatthun Tiensuksai
Executive Chef, Good Thingz Happen Lifestyle Café (GTH) Chef Bozo-Phatthun Tiensuksai has passion a fusion of Thai, Italian and Japanese food. As a background on Home Economics, Major in Foods and Nutrition, he loves to create concept of food. His happiness is to make people enjoy and feel happy when eating this menu. Before joining GTH, Chef worked at Commis II, ZUMA, and also SOD-AROI restaurant. Good Thingz Happen Lifestyle Café (GTH) located on Ngamwongwan 47, sub-soi 39 behind Dhurakij Bundit University.
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 9pm / Sat-Sun 8am - 9pm.
For table reservation please call: 062-226-5591, 02-069-9355.
Why cooking as a career?
I like art and eating. Every time that I have a chance to cook it’s like making an art work so I'm happy and enjoy doing it.
Two biggest influences on your career?
First one is happiness and satisfaction of people who have eaten my food. The second is the requirement of different customers.
Best early kitchen experience?
There was one day when the restaurant was full and several of my colleagues were absent through illness, so I had so many other things to do. Normally everybody has their own station but on that day everyone switched positions. We looked at each other and instantly understood what to do, and how to help out. At the end of that day I truly understood the word TEAM!!
Best meal you’ve ever had?
Instant noodles by my mother. Every time I’m at home, I lie on her lap and tell her tell her: “I want to eat instant noodles with little water and three eggs.” I think many people feel like me – Mum cooks it’s always delicious.
What’s your signature dish?
Grill pork rib burger, homemade bun burger, Pork ribs
that have a specific preparation - marinade the sauce for 24 hours, sous-vide for another 24 hours, and then pull off the bones.Finally put it on the grill and apply the sauce over and over again. Eat with crispy bacon, cheese and fried egg (this is not on sale yet – be patient.)
My favorite cookbook is the restaurant recipes that I have created, so I get to see the kids and the junior staff doing the same as we do. It makes me very proud.
Most difficult ingredient to cook with?
There is no difficult ingredient
What’s tastier – Italian, Indian or Thai rice?
I think they’re all delicious, but my personal choice is Thai.
How do you keep in touch with latest food trends?
Mostly from social media like Facebook, Instagram and TV shows.
Famous people you’ve cooked for?
Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha Narendiradebyavati and other members of the Royal Family, and the King of Bhutan.
Most influential chef?
The person who taught me how to use a knife, Mr Supreecha Tansing (Chef Kai) He is the Head Chef at Sathorn Vista, Bangkok-Marriott Executive Apartments.
What’s your favorite dish to cook for yourself?
An omelette with rice
Favorite dish cooked by someone else?
Chinese oyster omelette by Chai Phochana.
Which restaurant above all others would you like to work for?
Jiro Shushi Chuo in Tokyo.
If you weren’t a chef, what would you be?
I would like to encourage speakers or writers.