It’s all about the garnish

tasty June 01, 2018 14:40

By THE NATION

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June 9 is World Gin Day and you can celebrate it in style at the “G&T Night” being hosted by Toro Bangkok.



The much-loved Gin and Tonic was introduced to the world in the 1700s by the army of the British East India Company in India, who used it as a herbal medicine. In 2009, World Gin Day, which falls every second Saturday of June, was launched by Emma Stoke, a London-based bartender and barfly with a passion for gin. This year she has teamed up with Drink Up, London to turn the event into a global celebration. 

At Toro Bangkok, the international branch of the celebrated Barcelona-inspired tapas bar by James Beard and award-winning chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette, gin is the main act at the party, which gets underway at 6pm. 

Guests can build their own G&T with their preferred of gin, tonic, and garnish. Entry is Bt1,200 net per person for three glasses of G&Ts. Choose your own or ask our bartender for some recommendations. Toro’s signature G&Ts created by Nawin Pimonrat will also available as will superb Toro style signature cocktails from the bar.

Toro Bangkok showcases eclectic Spanish fare that also makes use of local Thai ingredients. The food menu pairs with a robust beverage programme with lots of wine and gin from which to choose. The restaurant boasts a private second floor patio available for chef's table and group events.

Make your reservation at (02) 392 7790 or email info@torobangkok.com.

You’ll find the venue at 72 Courtyard Soi Suhkumvit 55 (Thonglor)