Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Bangkok with Stunning Views
Looking to indulge in some fancy and lavish cuisines while enjoying the comfort of luxurious, plush interiors? Thailand has a lot to offer in the world of fine dining. Here’s a list of some excellent fine-dining restaurants you can feast at.
1. The China House at Mandarin Oriental:
Those hoping to indulge in some exquisite high-end cuisine should head out to The China House at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, which offers the most authentic Cantonese dishes with a fine-dining experience. Located in a magnificent two-storey building with luxurious furnishings and low atmospheric lighting, it creates an old world feel. It is best known for its shark fin soup, and the prawns in wasabi sauce are a true sensation.
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2. Char at Hotel Indigo:
Char is a popular bar & grill restaurant highly favoured among Shanghai foodies. With its name reflecting the charcoal grills used to create the delectable food, this restaurant has modern and creative decorations, friendly service and comfortable surroundings that are a real selling point. Char serves some amazing seafood grilled to perfection. Along with their signature dishes, they also offer an assortment of freshly shucked oysters.
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3. Signor Sassi:
Signor Sassi is one of the most famous and successful Italian restaurants in the United Kingdom, with its Bangkok branch being the third franchise outside the UK. With a distinctive ambiance and pleasant and warm service, the restaurant attracts its guests again and again. This restaurant offers some of Italy’s evergreen food hits like spaghetti carbonara, various veal scaloppini varieties and a bevy of pizzas. Their Bistecca alla Griglia (rib eye steak) is a recommended dish. Knock yourself out with their amazing homemade desserts –the tiramisu is spectacular!
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4. Breeze at Lebua:
Breeze at Lebua offers exquisite Chinese-inspired cuisine and a menu covering the entire Asian continent, with a touch of modernity creating unique cuisines. In addition to the tasting menu, the restaurant has a dining and cocktail menu ‘China 2020’ offering a choice of five dishes and five cocktails. Both meat and fish lovers are spoiled for choice. The wagyu beef is a must try.
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5. Le Normandie at Mandarin Oriental Hotel:
Known as one of the city’s best fine dining restaurants, Le Normandie has been popular for the past 40 years. The restaurant has an elegant setting that is perfect for enjoying a glass of wine while admiring a marvelous waterfall view. They are known for using only the best-imported products to prepare food drawn from the French tradition. Located in the famous Mandarin Oriental Hotel, this amazing French restaurant is bucket list worthy.
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6. Punjab Grill:
Experience fine dining at Punjab Grill, which provides one of the best Indian cuisines in all of Thailand. This international franchise offers classic Punjabi food with a twist, giving customers a variety of dishes to choose from. With both private and semi-private dining areas, Punjab Grill has a unique setting with rooms for over 70 guests. The tandoor show kitchen allows customers to watch the chef preparing delicious food flawlessly. The cherry on the cake is the live music from the jazz trio and Indian artists that enhances the ambiance.
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7. Tables Grill at Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel:
One of the very few restaurants offering tableside cooking in Thailand, Tables Grill is known for making their customers feel special and pampered. Upon entry to the restaurant, a three-piece band plays smooth jazz music as the staff leads guests to the table. With an interesting European cuisine and a comprehensive range of meat, seafood and pasta, Tables Grill has gained a lot of popularity. Looking for delicious European food and a royal experience? This is the perfect place.
8. Blue Elephant Restaurant:
Blue Elephant is a popular restaurant having branches in over 12 countries. Specialising in royal Thai cuisine, this restaurant offers exquisite dishes created with unique combinations of rich and exotic flavours. In addition to the Bangkok branch, their branch in Phuket is based in an old Chinese style mansion located near the heart of the old quarter of Phuket Town, lending to a unique décor reflecting the colonial history. The food is equally unique and referential to the traditional Thai dishes of old. It is a perfect place to enjoy and indulge in delicious Thai cuisine.
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9. Zuma at St. Regis:
Located on the ground floor of the St. Regis, one of Bangkok’s trendiest hotels, Zuma is hard to miss. Being more of an Izakaya Lounge than a traditional Japanese restaurant, it is spacious and unique. With a cosy atmosphere, comfortable sitting arrangements and an outdoor air-conditioned terrace restaurant, it is the perfect place to go to for a relaxed fine dining experience.
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