Opened in 1958, Le Normandie at the Mandarin Oriental
is one of the most luxurious and gastronomically excellent restaurants in Bangkok, not to mention the whole of Thailand. Awarded two Michelin stars every year since the Bangkok Guide's first edition, the restaurant is acclaimed for its French cuisine and exceptional wine collection that accompanies all its dishes. Exquisite and fresh produce are served daily by renowned chef Alan Roux, who hails from the Waterside Inn in the UK.
Located on the top floor of Garden Wing of the hotel, the restaurant holds breathtaking views with light beaming through the floor to ceiling windows as guests sit back and relax in comfortable settings.
Located alongside the luxurious Trisara Resort, Pru
delights with a community to fork dining experience that brings the real taste of Thailand to the plate. With a new theatre style kitchen, dining at Pru is an experience that can't be missed. Serving some of the finest and rarest ingredients in the country, their kitchen is your dining table. Removing the gap between the chefs and your table, you can witness your dishes being cooked right before your eyes.
The tantalising menu brings together the very best ingredients from Phuket and around Thailand, so it's no wonder that it is the only restaurant with a Michelin Star restaurant in Thailand that is outside of Bangkok. The website sums up the restaurant in fine quality:
"With the community-to-fork experience, the engaging staff, the stunning views, and the innovative take on Thai ingredients come together to create an experience that showcases the best of what Thailand has to offer."
Named as one of the best rooftop bars in Bangkok and in the world, Moon Bar at the
Banyan Tree Hotel
is another must-mention attraction. Situated on the 61st floor of the hotel, you won't find a location more breath-taking to enjoy an informal drink from the extensive drinks lists and views of Bangkok.
Enjoy traditional spirits or experiment with a signature cocktail, some of the most popular ones include the Amore Negroni, Blue Fig Fuzz, and the Devil's Margarita.
Want to enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine when visiting Bangkok? Then look no further than Nan Bei
, located at The Rosewood
. The name, which means north and south, is the place to enjoy an authentic and luxurious dining experience with some of the freshest ingredients in the country.
The art deco interior adds to the splendour of the dining experience and Matthew Geng is the Executive Chef behind the masterpieces that are plated up. With over 27 years' experience in some of the finest establishments in China, he now brings his inspiration and experience to Nan Bei where he works alongside a 6 year long dedicated team.
A contemporary restaurant that specialises in traditional recipes and culinary heritage. Celebrating the exceptional cuisines of the French and Italian Riviera, Cote by Mauro Colagreco
holds one Michelin Star and offers refined and simplistic dishes that are packed with taste and flavour.
The light-drenched restaurant sits on the Chao Phraya River and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. The restaurant is run by Three-Michelin star chef Mauro Colagreco, who conceptualises gourmet and colourful cuisine with a French twist.
If you're looking to visit Thailand, or more specifically Bangkok, then you have to experience at least one or all of these luxurious restaurants and rooftop bars during your visit; there is truly no other way to experience the sights, tastes, and sounds of Thailand. Explore our last-minute luxury holidays
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