Bangkok’s mix of high rises and sanctuaries make a one of a kind horizon and we have picked five of our preferred restaurants in the city that offer something somewhat unique for the individuals who need an extraordinary view to go with their dinner. With regards to scenes, Bangkok has something for everybody, regardless of whether you are searching for a sentimental housetop supper for two, a family inviting Thai dining experience in the most astounding structure in the city or the ideal dusk spot. Nothing beats seeing a beautiful view whilst you enjoy some of Bangkok’s finest food.
Vertigo at Banyan Tree Hotel
On the off chance that you are searching for an exceptional night with Bangkok underneath your feet, at that point head up to Vertigo café on the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel. From here you can see high rises and small subterranean insect like lines of gradually moving traffic twisting through the city. This is five star housetop eating, joined by mindful administration and flavorful foods.
- Opening Hours: 18:00 to 23:00
- MRT: Lumpini
- Address: 21/100 South Sathorn Road
- Tel: +66 (0)2 679120
Arun Residence Restaurant
Numerous individuals think you need to move high to get an incredible perspective on Bangkok, and that is on the grounds that they still can’t seem to find Arun Residence. This riverside eatery has one of the most lucky spots in Bangkok, with the notorious Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) on the opposite side of the water.
- Opening Hours: 11:00 am 10:00 pm
- Location: 36-38 Soi Pratoo Nok Yoong, Maharat Road
- Tel: 02 221 9158
Scarlett Restaurant at Pullman G Hotel
This wine bar and café has extraordinary perspectives on Silom and Sathorn from its 37th floor, plants overhang yet in addition it flaunts a similarly noteworthy vista from the floor to roof windows that line the whole length of the lounge area. The food and drink here equivalents the view regarding wow factor.
- Opening Hours: 18:00 – 01:00
- BTS: Chong Nonsi
- Address: 37/F, 188 Silom Road
- Tel: +66 (0) 2 238 1991
Rivercity Rooftop Restaurant and Bar
In spite of its noteworthy area, Rivercity’s housetop café has stayed under the radar, which is incredible in light of the fact that you can generally get a seat here. Despite the fact that it is just on the fifth floor of the Rivercity complex, it has a continuous perspective on the Chao Phraya River and the high rises that line the riverbanks, and in the event that you extend your neck a little you can even observe the huge wheel at Asiatique Night Market.
- Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
- Location: Charoen Krung Soi 30
- Tel: +66 (0) 2237 0077-8
Floating Market at Baiyoke Tower
The possibility of a floating market at the highest point of Bangkok’s tallest structure may appear a little on the eccentric side, yet we think it is a fabulous prologue to the plenty of tasty Thai dishes in an engaging themed eatery with ostensibly the best view in the city, and most unquestionably the tallest. Spread out on the 75th floor of Baiyoke Tower, the smorgasbord is shown as it would be along any waterway, with pontoons as cooking stations.
- BTS: Ratchathewi, plus taxi
- Address: 75th Floor, Baiyoke Sky Hotel, 222 Ratchaprarop Road
- Tel: +66 (0) 2656 3000
Common question and answers in relation to this article
Is food expensive in Bangkok?
Meals in most air conditioned restaurants will cost between 200 and 500 baht per person. On average, Western food is significantly more expensive than Thai food in Bangkok, with prices for most Western restaurants similar to what you’d find in the USA or UK.
How much is a meal in Bangkok?
The average cost of a basic Thai meal in a restaurant is 90 – 150 baht. Seafood invariably costs more.
What should I eat for dinner in Bangkok?
- Fried Chicken (Gai Tod) Gai = Chicken ; Tod = Fried. …
- Grilled Pork (Moo Ping) Moo = Pork ; Ping = Grilled. …
- Sweet Potato Balls (Kanom Kai Nok Krata) …
- Pandan Sweetmeat / Kueh (Kanom Krok Bai Toey) …
- Crispy Pancake (Kanom Bueang) …
- Grilled Honey Roast Pork (Moo Yang) …
- Fried Banana Pancake / Prata (Roti Gluay) …
- Crepes (Kanom Bueang)