The wood-clad patio is the place to be, with a jaw-dropping, nearly 80-degree panorama of downtown Bangkok (and glass barriers to shield diners from strong winds). Service is prompt and gracious. We recommend the beef carpaccio to start, followed by the Bresse pigeon — which was meltingly tender — and the bread and butter pudding with whisky ice cream for dessert. Bear in mind that you're definitely paying for the spectacular views here.
Tel: +66 2 100 1234
Published on Apr 5, 2010