Phuket’s Jampa restaurant, which acquired a Michelin Green Star this year for its zero-waste, plant-based food, offers a unique and Instagrammable venue extension that is tucked away in a serene and scenic part of Pru Jampa organic farm.
Aptly named Hideaway at Jampa, the restaurant exudes a rustic vibe, occupying a wooden structure by a sparkling lake that is surrounded by greenery. Here, an open kitchen makes food preparation part of the dining experience.
Hideaway at Jampa operates only on Saturdays for lunch, taking in no more than 20 pax each time and strictly by reservations. A sharing-style set menu, priced at 2,900 baht++ (US$81++) per pax, is served here. Dishes change with the day’s best harvest.
Hideaway at Jampa welcomes private gatherings, and the sustainability-focused team is happy to conduct insightful tours of the well-established Pru Jampa organic farm, which shares the land with main restaurant Jampa and Hideaway at Jampa. The farm supplies a wide range of fruits, vegetables, herbs and even chicken eggs to Jampa, sister restaurant and one-Michelin-star-holder Pru, and other dining outlets within the luxurious Trisara hotel. These establishments are all part of parent company, Montara Hospitality Group.
The farm tour can accommodate a maximum of three groups of 10 people each at the same time, and is a good prelude to the meal at Hideaway at Jampa.
Larger private events may choose to charter the venue, and a maximum of 50 guests can be accommodated. Such arrangements will require a rental fee of 300 baht per person.
The farm will host Local Roots by Jampa community market on November 4, during which sustainable produce from local farmers and hospitality providers will be showcased. Dining operations at Hideaway at Jampa will continue as usual then, allowing visitors to pair their sustainable shopping with a meaningful meal after.