Give your partner a treat this Valentine’s Day at a romantic restaurants in Bangkok that are located throughout the city and come in various shapes and sizes. How wonderful and romantic it would be a lovely dinner at a rooftop or water’s edge? Candle lit dining room or a meal under the stars? Sure, everyone’s idea of romance is different, so to make it all worth it we are providing you variety of dining experiences. We’ve included some out-of-the-way venues that feel a million miles away from the busy life of the city, along with some of the best rooftop vistas, and a couple of charming riverside restaurants right by the water’s edge. If you’re also looking for something like a typical movie scene with soft candlelight we’ve got you covered. So present your love one with a special romantic dinner as a Valentine’s Day Gift.
Mezzaluna Bangkok at Tower Club at Lebua (c) lebua
Located on the 65th floor of Tower Club at Lebua, Mezzaluna Bangkok is a truly brilliant dining restaurant that is famed for its set menus that come in four or seven courses only. Mezzaluna impresses their customers with a new daily menu of world-class haute cuisine prepared by their visionary Chef Ryuki Kawasaki. Chef Ryuki Kawasaki has worked his way around the world so it’s fair to say we had sky-high expectations on our latest visit. This is an exclusive restaurant (4,900 baht for 4 courses, 5,900 baht for 7 courses), but if you are looking to astonish your partner this Valentine’s Day, Mezzaluna has it all. Sitting on the top of the golden dome on the 65th floor, the view at Mezzaluna tops any other restaurant in Bangkok, and the service dedicated to the most sophisticated of sensibilities followed by melodic music all night.
Sala Rim Naam at Mandarin Oriental (c) orientalescape
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s Sala Rim Naam combines all the elements to be one of the best romantic Thai dining experiences in Bangkok. Sala Rim Naam succeeds by an amazing location by the riverside, not just near to the water but right next to it! Nothing would mean it if the riverside located restaurant isn’t the best in what it is basically for, food! Nothing goes out of the kitchen without perfection by Executive Chef Vichit Mukura. The cuisine at Sala Rim Naam is elaborate but absolutely Thai. Owned and operated by the Mandarin Oriental, the restaurant is located on the opposite side of the Chao Phraya River that offers far better city views. The classic wood shuttle boat gives you a free ride from the hotel to the restaurant adding a fun touch to the romantic mood before dinner.
Vertigo Rooftop Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok
On the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree hotel and reaching for the clouds at Vertigo and Moon Bar is one of the best ways to end a long day in Bangkok. There is no lack of rooftop bars in town but Vertigo has always been the most preferred. With an unusual narrow and elongated shape, the entire top of the building is occupied by both the bar and the restaurant and gives the unusual impression of being aboard a spaceship in the sky. Vertigo is located on Sathorn road which is a very large busy avenue filled with tall glass and metal skyscrapers and not far from the Lumpini park and Silom area. The hotel and its unusual design might be old design, but once you step inside the lobby, you will get to witness the sophisticated atmosphere. A fast lift from the lobby will take you to the 60th floor where you will find the popular Bai Yun Chinese restaurant. Better not be afraid of heights as Bangkok will be laid out below once you step outside.Beside this the most thrilling yet experiencing is the walk out on a rooftop with absolutely nothing above you.
Le Normandie Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s famous Le Normandie Bangkok has been flaunted as the best fine dining restaurant in Bangkok ever since it first opened 40 years ago. There’s no argument that this ultra-exclusive French food restaurant has been a pioneer in haute cuisine in Bangkok serving delicious dishes with expertly paired fine wines in one of the most sophisticated areas in Bangkok. Walking into the dining room at La Normandie Bangkok, its ambiance will impress the customers with crystal chandeliers and plus carpet. Chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier as being the head chef is one which has welcomed countless Michelin-starred chefs over the years including the likes of Michel Roux and Christian Bau.
J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain Bangkok
A French fine-dining experience at J’aimeRestaurant at U Sathorn Hotel is dedicated to classic cuisine and contemporary flourishes to reinvigorate age old recipes rather than reimagine them completely. Although the food at J’aime Bangkok is classic French in preparation and flavor, it also gives an Asian twist which itself is very unique. For example, appetizers come as three small portions which are designed to be shared with surprising to find chopsticks and a lazy Susan on the table. Executive Chef Jean-Michel Lorain has achieved worldwide acclamation as the owner of three-Michelin starred Côte Saint Jacques in Burgundy which was a restaurant opened by his grandmother.
The Gardens of Dinsor Palace (c) manager
Gardens of Dinsor Palace is a restaurant which is set within the house and grounds of a former royal mansion in the Ekkamai (SukhumvitSoi 63) area of Bangkok. The pan-European menu is perfected by lovely gardens, peacocks, bunny rabbits and doves in a large coop visible through a fully glass-walled side of the house. It was built in 1930 for a royal princess and is made up of a coffee shop with downstairs dining rooms and many private rooms upstairs with their own balcony to view the amazing gardens. The Gardens of Dinsor Palace is eccentric for a large gathering of friends or family and is also very famous for wedding ceremonies. Its menu is full of tasty options for the visitors and is very reasonable in price.
Chakrabongse Villas Restaurant
Chakrabongse Villas is an extra luxurious which is balanced over the Chao Phraya River sets in a traditional Thai pavilion and is floating on its own private dock.Arrive just before sunset for the most dramatic view this Valentine’s Day stretching over the water to Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) and take time to explore the beautiful villa grounds. If you’ve got a date, you can get in the back door, especially by booking their private speed boat in advance. Offering you a range of set menus only (including vegetarian and raw food options), with no a la carte dinner at Chakrabongse Villa will costyou over 1,000 baht. The menu here changes daily to keep up with variety for their customers but you can expect all Thai classics which includes the famous tom yam kung, delicious roasted duck with tamarind source, something light then massaman curry for you and the very famous deep fried sea bass with spicy dressing.
Sala Rattanakosin Eatery and Bar
Sala Rattanakosin restaurant provides you with one of the most iconic views it’s possible to find in Bangkok. Sala Rattanakosin is located on the riverside directly opposite Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn), and have made the most of this privileged location by constructing the entire side of the property out of glass so you have a magnificent snapshot of Bangkok as your backdrop during a meal or while relaxing over drinks. Sala Rattanakosin is a small 15 room’s hotel which is actually made up of several areas that includes an alfresco riverside deck, a stylish second floor restaurant designed with bare brick and brushed concrete.