Dining

Restaurants

The Dining Room

Rating

Date of reviewApr 15, 2017
Cuisine International
LocationBangkok

The House on Sathorn, W Bangkok, 106 North Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10500, Bangkok, Thailand

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Overview

Lunch hours

CLOSED

Dinner hours

6PM-10:30PM

Dress Code

Smart Casual

Corkage

From 1,500 Baht

Reservation

Yes

Buffet

No

Private Room

YES

Accept Credit Card

Yes

Smoking Area

No

Review

Setting

The former Russian embassy, built in 1889, is experiencing a luxurious new lease of life and boasts an audacious chef, Fatih Tutak, whose contemporary Asian-inspired cuisine verges on autobiographical. Bring a date with a sense of eat-anything adventure, and do enjoy a cocktail or two in the adjacent bar afterwards.

Rating : 18/20

Food

The journey begins with the tangy and refreshing tomato, Turkish olive oil and ezine cheese. Presented on a lotus leaf, the combination of tuna, black truffle, seaweed and avocado showcases the fresh Japanese ingredients and lights up the palate. Red parfait consisting of foie gras, beetroot and tapioca has a unique, chewy texture. Chef Tutak puts his story in the traditional Turkish manti and incorporates his Asian knowledge into oyster risotto with sea grapes and kelp. The perfectly cooked yum-cha rock lobster showcases the locally-sourced shellfish. The signature miyazaki beef, maitake and beef tendon is another highlight that leaves diners wanting more. To end, banana toffee snow transforms a local street dessert into a sophisticated sweet.

Rating : 36/40

Wine

There’s a good selection of wine here but the focus is on cocktails, with The House on Sathorn’s bar serving a range of drinks to both the dining area and courtyard.

Rating : 18/20

Service

Rating : 17/20

Price   $$$$$

3,600 Baht/Person

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