The fraction in the name is for the percentage of ingredients (80) that are sourced locally versus elsewhere. The offerings here marry Thai and Western ingredients all under the watchful eye of a young team of thirtysomething chefs. The menu rotates faster than a buzzing tuk-tuk but standouts and regular staples include a “catch of the day” cooked in banana leaf, steaks with bone marrow gnocchi, and plenty of dishes that employ the kitchen’s signature fermentation techniques. The restaurant’s Japanese pastry chef is one of the best in town, so save room for something sweet. The vibe is a little hipster yet relaxed and the service is smooth and friendly.