Hotels are reopening their doors for dine-ins and it’s exciting news for gourmands.

Following the ease of dine-in restrictions in Bangkok, hotels are finally welcoming back their beloved guests with open arms. Whilst some still remain closed, others are back and better than before with their new exciting menus. So if the long dine-in ban has triggered your appetite for fine dining, here is a list of hotel restaurants that you should be checking out.

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Siam Tea Room

Siam Tea Room at the Marriott Marquis Bangkok Queen’s Park is welcoming guests back with their Baan Ratchaburi menu. The exciting new menu showcases traditional Thai dishes from a bygone era and comprises of a series of special seafood recipes. Beyond this, the Red Curry Beef soup with Thai herbs and Stir-fried Eggplant with Minced Pork and Salted Fish are definitely the highlights.

More info: Siam Tea Room
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8am-10pm

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Goji Kitchen & Bar

The reopened Goji Kitchen & Bar serves a huge buffet of authentic regional cuisine complemented by popular Western dishes. Apart from the interactive live cooking stations, this season, head there for the chef’s special Parrilla-grilled meats for a memorable dinner experience.

More info: Goji Kitchen & Bar
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:30am-9pm

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Yamazato Restaurant

Yamazato Restaurant serves up heavenly Japanese haute cuisine. Gearing up to celebrate the upcoming Tanabata Festival, they’re serving up dishes with a Tanabata theme at this time. Seasonal sweet Fish, Cutlass Fish, and Pike Eel are the stars of the show here.

More info: Yamazato Restaurant
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm & 6pm-10:30pm

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Riva del Fiume Ristorante

Here is where you can enjoy dining while you soak up river views from four spacious terraces. Riva del Fiume offers a broad selection of seasonally inspired modern Italian dishes prepared in an open kitchen. You will not only experience refreshing ingredients and classic Italian flavours, but also you’ll get to transport yourself to Italy without ever leaving Bangkok. 

More info: Riva del Fiume Ristorante
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12pm-2:30pm & 6pm-10:30pm

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Yu Ting Yuan

Yu Ting Yuan Restaurant prides itself in serving innovative Cantonese cuisine that embraces age-old cooking techniques. This season, some of their highlights include Barbecued Peking Duck, Rainbow Lobster, and a special selection of dim sum. A dining experience that delivers in both flavour and style. 

More info: Yu Ting Yuan
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm & 6pm-10:30pm

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If you’re looking to dine outside in a tropical garden setting, make you way to AQUA Bar. Within their courtyard, guests can enjoy a vast variety of cuisines, hailing from all the restaurants within the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. From Japanese specialties to Western delicacies, there are no limits to your food cravings.

More info: AQUA Bar
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11am-11pm

The Verandah

At The Verandah within the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, you can enjoy a romantic river view while feasting on a variety of Western and Asian dishes. Highlights this season include Heirloom Beetroot Carpaccio, Lobster Roll, and Eton Mess. You can’t fault a classic.

More info: The Verandah
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:30am-9pm

Karatpetch Vattanapoon
As a culture enthusiast, Karatpetch loves to travel, learn new cultures and languages, and has great zealousness for food. She is also an amateur dancer of various styles. Watching sports, sightseeing, cooking, knitting and exploring beauty goodies are her moments of simple joy.