Bangkok’s Best Restaurants For Your Special Nights


A romantic dinning experience is much more than starting the evening with a glass of pink fizz and leaving with a single red rose. Apart from an excellent dinning experience its also needs intimacy, privacy, attention to minute detail and a service that appears to be delivered invisibly. Here are five that meet that expectation.

By Luxury Society Asia 

Park Society – French Cuisine 

Ask for one of the tables for 2 by the window with a panoramic view of the east side of Lumpini Park fringed by Wireless Road. The culinary emphasis is on a market-style menu we recommend  Carte Blanche to Chef, a concept the Chef introduces his ingredients and tailor makes them sharing style to suits our mood and taste, bespoke dining. Both the food and the view were equally amazing.

Address: Sofitel So Bangkok 2 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand

Rang Mahal – Indian Cuisine 

Sitting majestically on 26th floor, the top of Rembrandt Bangkok. It’sname comes from the Indian word for the pleasure house where the ruling Maharaja’s would wine, dine and entertain. The restaurant has been winning awards for the past two decades, but this Grande Dame has never shown signs of ageing, always retaining her sense of palatial beauty. They have one window facing table for two which is rumoured to be one of the most popular places in Bangkok to propose.

Address: Rembrandt Hotel & Towers, Bangkok 19 sukhumvit road soi 18, Bangkok, Thailand 10110

Blue Elephant – Thai Cuisine 

Housed in the  elegant Thai Chine building was built in 1903, originally opening it’s doors as the Bombay Department Store. The Fine Art Department cited the building as an exceptional example of the colonial style era architecture. The restaurant is on the ground floor, hospitality space on the middle floor and cooking school on the top floor. They serve redefined Thai fine dining with western influence while remaining faithful to the Thai taste.

Address: 233 Thanon Sathon Tai, Bangkok, Thailand

Enoteca Bangkok – Italian Cuisine 

A wine library and culinary oasis to promote Italian wine with well matched modern simple and creative simple Italian food. Front of house owner Nicola Bonazza while in charge of the kitchen Italian Chef Stefano Merlo.  They work as a successful team to create uniquely innovative Italian dishes served with flawless warm hospitality.  A culinary journey of discovery, be prepared to expect the unexpected and you will not be disappointed.

Address: 39 Sukhumvit soi 27, Bangkok, Thailand

Brasserie by Water Library – French & International Cuisine 

An interpretation of the French brasserie concept of the 1920’s golden era of Paris which by definition is an informal serving simple hearty well prepared food and offering alcoholic beverages and wine. At the front a small lounge area, inside the bar section and at the back the dining room. The elegant setting of steel structure is industrial raised to an elegant level with rows of glasses and bottles on shelves in the spirit of the original Water Library in Chamchuri Square. Stepping into the restaurant guests travel from the mundanity of a mall to another world of culinary luxury.