Internationally renowned Thai restaurant, Long Chim, is firing up the Eightysix North kitchen for an exclusive two-night-only pop-up from Friday 14 to Saturday 15 June.

Known for their energy and vibrancy reminiscent of a Modern Bangkok, ‘Long Chim’ means to ‘come and try’ – a common phrase heard around Bangkok food markets.

Serving a 10-dish street food menu for $89pp, it will feature Long Chim classics like sweet and sticky moo bing, miang kham and a Penang beef curry.

Headed by chef David Thompson, one of the world’s most lauded chefs and food writers of Thai cuisine, his London Thai eatery Nahm received the first Michelin star for a Thai restaurant.

Bookings are essential and can be made at Eightysix North.