Having arrived at the 63rd floor Lebua at State tower the dining experience starts with the ceremonial descent dwon the artistically lit stone staircase to the soothing strains of the jazz band resonating through the warm breeze.
Sirocco was The Dome’s first restaurant and the world’s highest alfresco restaurant, Lebua’s signature Mediterranean dining venue set against possibly the most exhilarating views in the city. Impeccably delivered by an unobtrusive and knowledgeable wait staff, Sirocco’s clean and uncomplicated cuisine is the product of a continuous quest by the culinary team for the pick of the seasonal harvest, which often includes rare ingredients never before seen in Thailand.
The restaurants new chef, Gonzalo Ruiz, guides his customer on a culinary journey to discover both his personal and Sirocco’s roots in Mediterranean cuisine with “The 2003 Heritage Collection”. Dishes such as Carabinero Red Prawns with Parsley emulsion, baby Octopus and Portuguese Cod with Pilaf rice and, Sirocco Bouillabaisse for two made of Catalan Monkfish, Brittany lobster, red mullet, rockfish, mussels and a homemade rouille.