Cookies – Half Dozen
From SPOT Dessert bar. Hot and fresh, baked in your oven! Half-dozen. Choose 2 flavors from Caramel Miso, Oreo Chocolate Chip, Nutella and Matcha Lava.
SPOT Dessert Bar
In 2009, cousins Chatchai “Chai” Huadwattana and Ace Watanasuparp formed Chace Restaurant Group (CRG).Raised Thailand, from a young age Chai was surrounded and influenced by cornerstones of Thai cuisine like Bangkok’s famed Wat Sai Floating Market. This influence led Chai to explore the Thailand’s culinary depths, which ultimately led him to cook for a revered Thai Temple. Like his cousin, Ace developed deep roots in the culinary world in the ever-evolving New York City restaurant scene. Ace learned the ins and outs of the restaurant business from working at several of his parents restaurants with tasks ranging from cooking to waiting tables. Chace Restaurant Group brings together decades of restaurant and cooking experience rooted in a philosophy that emphasizes tradition and innovation. Spot Dessert Bar, which opened on November of 2009 on St. Marks Place, is CRG’s first restaurant. CRG partnered with the Iron Chef of Thailand, Chef Ian Kittichai, to create an innovative and never-before-seen menu that boasts an array of tapas desserts. Spot is the medium in which Chef Ian shares his global experiences through his confectionery creations. Whether it is a signature dish like the “Green Tea Lava,” “Golden Toast” or a seasonal creation such as “Mango Crepe Soufflé,” tasting each dish takes you to a different part of the world. In 2009, CRG also introduced New Yorkers to OBAO, blending traditional dishes from Vietnam and Thailand with modern cooking techniques. With three locations (Midtown, Water Street, and Hell’s Kitchen), OBAO has established itself as a staple in New York City’s culinary scene and is on the forefront of Asian culinary innovation. With plans to franchise SPOT Dessert Bar globally, Chace Restaurant Group’s story has just begun. The question is no longer whether or not CRG will make its mark in the culinary industry, but how big.