One of Bangkok’s gastronomic hypes to retain its popularity over the past several years is sky-high al fresco dining. As long as new towers squeeze their way into this astonishing city, the concept of roofless and almost boundary-less, top-floor restaurants will always be alluring to proprietors, as urban diners continue to behold them as a superior — and slightly adventurous — culinary experience.
The al fresco restaurant-cum-bar takes up the whole rooftop space of the 40-storey hotel and offers a panoramic view of the bustling metropolis and Chao Phraya River.
Of course, the idea of being cast away at a cloud nine level is also a perfect dining solution to keen epicures seeking intimacy. But the challenge is that these discerning types of restaurant-goers hardly settle for something less than illustrious and up-to-date.
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