Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Fine dining @ Sirocco at Lebua, Bangkok

On my last night at Bangkok, we complemented the trip with a luxury dinner. We went to a place where it is a truly unique luxury hotel in Bangkok -Lebua.



We had our dinner at Sirocco, the world’s highest open air restaurant and bar. Sirocco is Located on the 63rd floor of The Dome at lebua, one of Bangkok's most coveted dining choices. The breathtaking view of Bangkok and the Chao Phraya river, with quality Mediterranean fare with ingredients from the world's best markets. A Live jazz music featuring vocalists of international repute, adds to its captivating ambiance for a perfect evening.

You can also have a drink at Skybar.

We started with the soup, the soup is so... so... ‘unique’?!! It will refresh your taste bug before the main course.
Truffle consommé with foie gras raviolini

Pan roasted Moulard duck breast on fig blue cheese polenta with baby spinach and sun-dried cherry sauce
Although the duck breast is medium rare, it doesn’t taste ‘bloody’ at all, it matches well with the fig blue cheese polenta and cherry sauce. The meat was tender and juicy, really tasty.

Blue fin tuna with warm nicoise vegetables, grilled white asparagus, aged balsamico and gazpacho foam

Niemans Ranch pork wrapped in Parma ham with roasted pink garlic, cherry tomatoes, apple-celeriac puree and five spices-cider jusI did not appreciate this dish too much, as the pork was chunky, and too dried to me.

The effort that the chefs put in was amazing, each dish was an art piece to me.

Great food, fantastic view and fine jazz band, what an ideal place for a dinner with your love ones under the stars...

Address:
1055 Silom Road
Bangrak
Bangkok 10500
Thailand
Tel: (66) 2624-9999
Fax: (66) 2624-9998
E-mail: information@lebua.com

7 comments:

  1. Looks like an amazing place. Always great to hear about nice places all around the world. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Yes, it is an amazing place... hope that you can visit the place ;)

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  3. Beautiful view. But the food is not my cup of tea! thanks for sharing

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  4. That was a fine dining experiece!

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  5. hi may i know that is there any admission fee to enter the sirocco? as i just plan to have enjoy some drink at the skybar instead of dining at there~

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  6. No need to pay any admission fee to enter the Sirocco. Definitely, it's a good choice to enjoy drinks at the Skybar and enjoy the Bangkok's scenery at the same time. Share with you more, if you like to enjoy the sunset, you can be there at around 6.30pm. If you like to enjoy the live show, you can be there at around 8.30pm, enjoy yourself ya...

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