Overlooking Wireless Road, The Bakery has been expanded and reconceptualised as a chic conservatory. Available for dine-in, takeaway, and special delivery, tempting treats have been created from prime fresh ingredients.
Discover all the delights of dim sum—the purest expression of Chinese tea and snack food—artfully reinvented with new ingredients and modern flair. Or peruse the extensive à la carte menu for its delicious selection of Cantonese specialities such as bamboo pit soup or crab meat stir fired with egg yolk. Chef Sing takes great care to use only the finest organic ingredients, changing the menu according to season and availability of fresh seafood, meat, and local produce.
The intimate dining room is clad in panels of black and red lacquer, promising to bring good luck, while the overall colour scheme symbolises royalty. Upholstered banquettes, cushioned with cream silk and yellow velvet flank the periphery of the room and artful high backed chairs in yellow fabric and dark wood stand around dark wood tables. Original Chinese portrait photography hangs on the walls, while the dramatic ceiling references the restaurant’s name with its stylised waves.
The Silk Road main dining room hosts guests for lunch and dinner, while five beautifully decorated private dining rooms—ideal for family celebrations or business meals—host from 10 to 20 guests each.
With passionate and personalised service, this modern French restaurant focuses on the discovery of taste and the connection of food and art. Don’t miss the chance to taste the wonders that Chef Roxanne Lange, Chef de Cuisine at The Reflexions, has to bring with all her experiences working with Michelin Star Chefs. Our intriguing menu’s intense and satisfying dishes are made with only the best seasonal ingredients, beautifully executed and plated with style and creativity.
We regret that children under the age of eight are not permitted in The Reflexions.
The Rain Tree Café has been reconceived in a modern interpretation of Thai neo-colonial interior décor. Its relaxed, charming ambience is renowned as one of Bangkok’s best spots for buffet dining. Our head chefs create five specialty dishes daily.
Three separate but complementary spaces are illuminated by natural light and offer distinguished experiences:
Drawing on two decades of experience, Master Sushi Chef Samart brings an unrivalled artistry and vision to his sushi creations. Every dish from chirashi to sashimi and beyond is served on beautiful red and black bento trays and boxes—delighting even the most discerning sushi-lover. Complemented by an assortment of appetisers, salads and soups—such as Tempura Soba or Osuimono—the menu is divided into tasting menus and à la carte options. Allow our expert staff to help you create the perfect balance of traditional and new dishes for lunch or dinner.
Modern and understated, the restaurant is decorated with an abundance of natural wood, a gleaming natural stone floor and exquisite Japanese artwork and lanterns. Sleek armchairs stand around glass tables, while a long sushi counter is also available. An elegant private dining room—complete with a traditional low table and floor seats—hosts up to eight.
Recently remodelled with an all-new menu, The View offers gourmet snacks, delicious sandwiches, cocktails, juices, and much more. Dine alfresco while admiring views of the city and the pool’s landscaped garden setting.
Celebrating the hotel’s location as the former site of a royal palace, The Glaz Bar’s décor plays with timeless neo-colonial bar motifs reinterpreted in a contemporary style. Sip your favourite drinks as you look out over our iconic lobby in one of Bangkok’s foremost hosts of high-society events.
The bar hosts a special dinner on the first Thursday of each month.
Explore the nuances of Thai cuisine served in a dramatic setting that celebrates old and new Thailand with equal reverence. Our talented local chefs exhibit their rigorous training with masterful fruit and vegetable carvings that rival the skills of the royal chefs. Drawing upon the recipes of Royal Thai cuisine, the menu features traditional dishes from all four regions of the country as well as new creations that emphasise modern techniques and lighter ingredients. Particularly popular dishes include Yam Som O, a spicy pomelo salad with tiger prawns and minced chicken, and Khao Ob Subparod, a baked rice dish with chicken, tiger prawns and cashew nuts served in a pineapple. As a delightful finishing touch, the restaurant serves complimentary Thai petites fours with your tea or coffee.
The restaurant setting echoes the intersection of old and new in its décor. A dramatic floor of green and brown stone tiles flows throughout. Modern armchairs stand around sleek dark wood tables, while a wall of upholstered benches spans one wall. Original wooden oars used to row the royal barges hang on the walls as artwork—a vivid reminder of Thai’s regal history. Intricate wood sculptures carved in Thai motifs stand at the entrance of the room. Dishes are served in locally crafted stoneware—adding warmth and further authenticity to the ambiance. Traditional music plays every evening in the background.
A separate private dining room hosts up to 12 guests for private celebrations or smaller business functions.