Radek Zarebinski, a Gaggan alumnus and head chef of Cholo’s and Miss Fish, started Rad Meats to make it easier to find good quality sausages and all-natural, additive-free cured meats. He has since expanded that mission with a lineup of charcuterie platters and sets ideal for dinners and parties at home.
Hard-to-find products like the kielbasa, which hail from the chef’s Polish home country, grace the menu in a few different varieties, including spicy (THB365) and traditional (THB365), but there’s a sizable selection of sausages to choose from. Think Greek-style loukaniko (THB540), made with local lamb and stuffed with fennel, orange peels, leeks, and coriander, and spicy chorizo (THB380; prices for all of the above for 500 grams).
Adding to this mix is a new line of charcuterie, including house-cured delights such as smoked duck prosciutto (THB180/100g) and kabanos (THB260/250g), a Polish-style smoked sausage seasoned with black pepper, caraway, nutmeg, and garlic.
Other items include the truffle saucisson (THB130/100g), a sure-fire favorite made in the traditional French style with truffle shavings, and the one-month-aged guanciale (THB300/300g).
Can’t decide? Go for one of the platters, good for one to two people (from THB470), and get a selection of charcuterie — speck, coppa, prosciutto, and more — plus a variety of locally produced cheeses from Chiang Mai. For example, the camembert-like La Loubère and smoked ricotta.
Find the full range of products online. Orders can be made via Line @radmeats or firstname.lastname@example.org. Same-day delivery is available Monday through Saturday.
10am-8pm, Monday through Saturday
24 Soi Chan 59
Wat Phraya Krai, Bangkolam, Bangkok
This article, Former Gagganer launches new joint selling ‘Rad Meats’, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia’s leading alternative media company.