| March 26, 2018

Salathip, the hotel’s Thai restaurant, was purposely built to provide guests with an authentic dining experience with creative presentation in classic Siamese surroundings. The restaurant consists of a cluster of three Thai-style striking teak pavilions set in a garden next to the Chao Phraya River.

Focusing on a mélange of Thai traditional philosophy and contemporary elegance and simplicity, the restaurant interiors utilised a design template of clean lines, geometric forms. Dressed in a subdued palette of dark browns and neutral tones, the restaurant blends in with Bangkok’s trendsetting environment, making it seemingly part of an extraordinary cultural experience.
The cuisine served at Salathip is based on Thai cooking traditions that reflect the cuisine of Thailand by using creative ingredients and products from the royal project. The ideal Thai meal consists of a mixture of flavours and textures. All dishes have distinctive tastes, and are presented in attractive and colourful ways. The restaurant offers à la carte and set menus for dinner, which diners can enjoy in the exotic setting of Salathip’s golden teak pavilions or on the riverside terrace by the Chao Phraya River.

Nightly live changing traditional and contemporary Thai classical dance performances from 7:45 to 9:40 p.m.


Tel:(66 2) 236 9952, (66 2) 236 7777


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