The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok


Award-winning restaurants and bars in Bangkok: From fine dining restaurants to casual yet sophisticated bars, eight exquisite restaurant options take you on a culinary journey during your stay in Bangkok, Thailand. Savor the flavors of France at The Allium Bangkok, the subtle complexities of Thailand at The House of Smooth Curry, the traditions of China at The Silk Road or refined Japanese cuisine at Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey. Complementing these fine dining selections are delightful pastries at The Bakery, refreshing beverages at The Glaz Bar, extravagant dishes at Rain Tree Café and wonderful gourmet snacks on the terrace of The View. Every drink and meal served at our restaurants and bars is a treat to set your stay in Bangkok as an experience to remember. Special menus for children 12 and under—available in many of our Bangkok restaurants—transform a family meal into an enjoyable dining experience. Additionally, we offer an extensive menu of inviting in-room dining options.


Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey


Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey brings classical Japanese Kaiseki cuisine to Bangkok, Thailand. While remaining true to his roots, Japanese-American celebrity chef Jeff Ramsey explores the potential of daring new directions at this vibrant restaurant.

11:30 AM-2:30 PM,5:30 PM-10:00 PM
The Silk Road

The Silk Road


Journey down the Silk Road and experience authentic Cantonese specialties at this restaurant. Enrich your dining experience in Thailand with a dim sum lunch, which is a pure expression of the Chinese tea and snack tradition.

11:30 AM-2:30 PM,5:30 PM-10:00 PM
The Rain Tree Cafe - Bronze Kitchen

Rain Tree Café


Our all-day restaurant in Bangkok, Rain Tree Café, serves a wide variety of gourmet international cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Talented chefs at live cooking stations prepare dishes a la minute.

6:00 AM-10:30 AM
6:00 AM-10:30 AM,12:00 PM-2:30 PM,6:00 PM-10:00 PM
6:00 AM-10:30 AM,11:30 AM-3:00 PM,6:00 PM-10:00 PM
The View

The View


Eyeing the shimmering swimming pool, this restaurant and bar is a peaceful oasis in Bangkok where you can relax alfresco and order gourmet delights, from exquisite appetizers to delicious sandwiches, signature cocktails and freshly squeezed juices.

9:00 AM-9:00 PM
The House of Smooth Curry

The House of Smooth Curry


Discover the authentic taste of Thailand at The House of Smooth Curry restaurant. Rare traditional Thai dishes from the country’s four regions provide diners with an exceptional culinary experience during their stay at our Bangkok hotel.

11:30 AM-2:30 PM,5:30 PM-10:00 PM
The Allium Bangkok

The Allium Bangkok


Savor European haute cuisine with a contemporary flair at this Bangkok restaurant. The name "Allium" is taken from the genus of flowering plant that encompasses many species, including the onion, garlic, scallion, shallot, leak, and chives.

11:30 AM-2:30 PM,5:30 PM-10:00 PM
The Bakery

The Bakery

Coffee House

Overlooking Bangkok's leafy Wireless Road, The Bakery is an elegant and atmospheric conservatory-style restaurant where guests enjoy exquisite Thai-French patisserie.

7:00 AM-6:00 PM
The Glaz Bar

The Glaz Bar


The Glaz Bar is a sophisticated restaurant and social scene for international cuisine, cocktails and snacks, perfect for you to chill-out with style in Bangkok.

11:00 AM-12:00 AM

Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey

Japanese & Tatami

Explore the culinary landscape of Japan at Kintsugi. the menu offers the subtle tastes and textures of the finest contemporary and traditional sushi. Each dish is beautifully executed and expresses the chef’s artistic flair and experience.

Kintsugi Japanese-inspired dining room with wood accents and décor.

Located in The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok, Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey elevates classical Japanese Kaiseki cuisine while remaining true to its ancient roots. Japanese-American celebrity chef Jeff Ramsey explores the potential of daring new directions at this stylish restaurant in Bangkok. Kintsugi translates as “connected with gold” and is a reference to the Japanese art of repairing broken ceramics with gold lacquer. The pottery isn’t repaired to cover the damage, but rather to highlight it with gold. The refurbished pottery is considered beautiful, regardless of being imperfect. Chef Ramsey uses this as a metaphor for his style of Kaiseki cuisine.

The design of Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey evokes the style of a sleekly modern Japanese restaurant, combining a pure minimalist aesthetic with rustic elements in the furnishings, clusters of hanging lamps, and strong vertical lines in the semi-transparent screens. In this styling, the traditional heritage of Japanese dining is brought into the modern world without losing its classic form. The preparation kitchen and serving counter are to one side, with seating, while tables and two private rooms provide other seating options.

A gingko leaf is depicted in the restaurant logo, the gingko representing endurance and history, as it is the oldest species of tree in existence. Four trees that were alive during the atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima are still growing today. Chef Ramsey’s mother was born the same year in Hiroshima. In autumn the green leaves of the gingko turn a brilliant yellow, paving streets in Japan with a golden carpet from the fallen leaves. The blue represents the ocean and tranquility.

Chef Ramsey is a third generation Japanese chef and his Kaiseki cuisine is rooted in tradition yet always forwards thinking. For his new venture at our Bangkok luxury hotel, he says that Kaiseki is the original tasting menu that has influenced Japanese restaurants the world over, and that he is simply bringing the world back to Kaiseki. Jeff and his Japanese wife’s family roots both lie in Western Japan. Kintsugi focuses on ingredients sourced from Western Japan and combines these with produce sourced from providers in and around Bangkok. The philosophy of Kintsugi guides the theme of the restaurant, with the connecting of cultures through cuisine being a key feature.

Jeff Ramsey was born in Japan, the son of an American Air Force officer and his Japanese wife. He began his culinary training in 1996 by working as a dishwasher at Taco Grill in Bethesda, at Maryland in the US. He then trained in Japan with Masayoshi Kazato, the official Sushi Ambassador of Japan, becoming the first non-Japanese Master Sushi Chef. Chef Ramsey then took a culinary detour and left the sushi world to broaden his perspective and gain knowledge of other techniques in order to develop an original style. He studied under Chef Jose Andres, protégé of the legendary Catalonian chef Ferran Adria of El Bulli. From there he was selected by Japanese super-chef Hide Yamamoto to open The Molecular Bar Restaurant in Tokyo, earning a Michelin star rating, making him the first and still only American to earn a Michelin star outside of the United States. His restaurant Babe in Malaysia is a multi-award winning restaurant and the premiere destination for creative gastronomy in the country. Chef Ramsey has been awarded as the King of Kitchens by Hapa Awards series for 2018-2020 and is the Chef Ambassador for Perrier-Jouet Champagne and Martel Cognac for Malaysia.

The Silk Road

Classic Chinese Food With Modern Flair

The Silk Road restaurant brings classic Chinese food with a 21st-century edge to downtown Bangkok, with each dish rooted in age-old traditions yet inspired by modern interpretations and cooking techniques. Along with sourcing the finest ingredients and extracting the authentic, natural flavours, the artistic presentation of each dish by the kitchen adds a further sensory experience for the guest.

The Silk Road semiformal dining booth.

Sumptuous Signature Peking Duck

Lunch 12:00 P.M. – 02:30 P.M.

Dinner 06:00 P.M. – 10:30 P.M.

The Silk Road restaurant’s signature Peking Duck rises to the challenge of improving on one of the great classics of Cantonese cuisine. From taking only the finest ducks to blow-drying and seasoning the skin and rolling the snow-soft pancakes, Chef Kam makes the much-debated dish delectable.

Cantonese & Dim Sum

Dine on a dim sum lunch; a pure expression of the Chinese tea and snack tradition, enhanced by decades of refinement. The a la carte menu offers a variety of Cantonese cuisine for lunch and dinner. Silk Road offers five private dining rooms.

The Silk Road - Signature Dim Sum Trio.

The restaurant's design evokes an earlier Chinese era, drawing upon the Art Deco style that was popular in Shanghai during the 1920s, but brought up to date with modern artworks and comfort. Plum-coloured wooden doors and cabinets, glass screens inlaid with gold tracery, a marble mosaic floor, and stylish retro lighting combine to bring an air of elegance and intimacy to the restaurant.

The food concept of “Modern Authenticity” is the forefront of the menu, in which the chefs respect the heritage of Chinese recipes and traditions and present them for a modern audience. The signature Peking Duck uses only the finest ducks, marinated with Chinese wine, herbs, ginger, sugar and natural red-bean colouring before grilling to produce skin that is exceptionally crispy and thin but succulent, carved into 20 satisfying morsels of exactly the same size. Seasonal ingredients, and the ingenuity of the kitchen, ensure that each visit reveals a different experience. The selection of the choicest Chinese teas is also presented with a ritual based upon tradition. The a la carte menu contains a listing of approximately 40 dishes. Set menus are available. A special set lunch menu combines dim sum, rice, soup and tea, ideal for shopping and business breaks in Bangkok. Most dishes are designed for sharing, in traditional Chinese style. A full selection of world wines is served.

Head chef Cheng Kam Sing is himself Cantonese, from China’s southern province of Guangdong. Growing up as the son of a chef, he showed an early talent and quickly came to love the atmosphere of a working kitchen. For several years he worked in the notoriously demanding kitchens of the top Hong Kong restaurants, and when he moved to Thailand, with his impeccable Cantonese cooking credentials he was immediately in demand by the most established and reputable Chinese restaurants in Bangkok. Under the deft navigation of Chef Kam, The Silk Road has achieved fame amongst Bangkok residents and overseas visitors alike for its delicious Chinese food and dim sum specialties.

Rain Tree Café

International Buffet

Our all-day dining venue, Rain Tree Café, is renowned for one of the finest Sunday brunch buffets in Bangkok.

The Rain Tree Cafe - Secret Garden dining area with long tables and two-person tables by the window.

An Exceptional Experience From Our Sunday Brunch

Sunday Brunch 11:45 A.M. – 03:00 P.M.

Sunday Brunch offers a unique voyage of culinary discovery with highlights ranging: Fines de Claire, Belon, Irish and US oysters, caviar, seafood on ice including crayfish, Alaskan king crab, tiger prawn and mussels, Peking duck, prime Australian beef rib, lamb rack, baked salmon in salt crust, pasta + noodle stations, wok fries, pizzas, shawarma, sausages, squid, fish, crab and more. Not to mention Thai desserts including: Rain Tree Café’s famous triple flavored sticky rice with mango, waffle station, crêpe Suzette, and chocolate lava.

Thai Dining Reimagined

Rain Tree Café has been reconceived in a modern interpretation of Thai neo-colonial interior décor. Its relaxed, charming ambience distinguishes it as one of the best restaurants for seafood and buffet dining in Bangkok. Our head chefs create five specialty dishes from our other signature restaurants daily.

Three separate but complementary spaces are illuminated by natural light and offer distinguished experiences on par with the top restaurants in Bangkok:

The Rain Tree Cafe - Bronze Kitchen prepared foods and prep area.

The Bronze Kitchen

Upgraded with interactive live-cooking stations.

The Rain Tree Cafe - Valaya Room decorated with a black and white checkered pattern.

The Valaya Room

A formal library-style VIP space.

The Rain Tree Cafe - Secret Garden dining area with long tables and two-person tables by the window.

The Secret Garden

Ideal for private gatherings.

The View

Pool Bar

Dine alfresco at The View while admiring views of the city and the pool’s landscaped garden setting. Take a refreshing dip in the pool, soak up the sun on the terrace, or join friends for a cocktail at dusk to the backdrop of Bangkok's glittering skyline.

The View poolside lounge dining area.

The House of Smooth Curry

Authentic Rare-to-Find Thai Cuisine in Downtown Bangkok

The House of Smooth Curry restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine from the four regions of Thailand, with a focus on recipes from royal palaces and residences, emphasizing the enormous diversity of curries that originate from every part of the country. As part of the hotel’s central policy on sustainability and supporting Bangkok's local communities, all vegetables, rice, fruit, spices and herbs are sourced from quality local suppliers, who themselves farm by organic methods. This Thai restaurant also has its own spice garden on the third-floor podium deck. Dishes draw on the rich heritage of Royal Thai cuisine. A private dining room can accommodate 12 guests.

The House of Smooth Curry private dining area decorated in white, deep green, and black.

Ambiance and Décor

The royal heritage of the hotel and fine Thai dining restaurant is reflected in the design of The House of Smooth Curry’s décor, evoking the image of a room in the private quarters of Kandhavas Palace, the Bangkok residence of Thai Princess Valaya Alongkorn. While the style is reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s, the design is given a modern vibrancy with splashes of colour and vivid patterns. In observance of the princess’s love of Thai art and crafts, all artworks and fabrics are locally sourced. Located on the hotel’s third floor, the restaurant looks out to the podium garden and provides seating on the outdoor terrace overlooking Bangkok.

The House of Smooth Curry private dining room decorated in green and gold.

The kitchen focus is on using sustainable ingredients, and the menu is 80 percent organic with a true emphasis on farm-to-table. Most of the restaurant's local organic produce is from farmers in the neighbouring Bangkok provinces and from Northern Thailand. Also used are ingredients that are considered rare and possibly unknown to provide guests with fine dining Thai food they may not have previously tried. Much time and skill has gone into researching Thailand’s curry heritage, and in ensuring that the authenticity of ingredients and cooking are accurate. The menu therefore features curries both from royal kitchens and from remote farming and fishing communities, and curries that have absorbed influences from neighbouring countries. Preserving these traditions is both important in itself and in presenting the guest with specialties that would not normally be found in a typical Thai restaurant. Another tradition, the stir-fry, is given scope on the menu, using robustly flavoured ingredients such as garlic, shrimp paste, chilli and lemongrass to meld and seal in the natural quality and create a dish in which every element is in perfect balance. Also on the menu are local spirits, craft beers and wines, and cocktails drawing their inspiration from the provinces where the food items originated.

Montri Jiratitankit has almost 20 years of experience in cooking fine royal Thai cuisine both in his home country and around the globe, having at various times worked in Thai restaurants in Dubai and California. Now at our Bangkok restaurant, Chef Montri says his main role model was his mother, who was an outstanding home chef and taught him how to extract authentic flavours from ingredients. He says that the secret of Thai cuisine is in selecting the best and freshest ingredients, and to prepare them with respect and love.

The Allium Bangkok

The open kitchen at this Sukhumvit restaurant allows full view of the chefs at work, and there is a chef’s table available for an up-close, personal and authentic French dining experience. Staff are especially knowledgeable on the cooking techniques and ingredients and adopt an entertaining storytelling tone when explaining the dishes.

Modern French

The Allium Bangkok is the highly recommended French restaurant located at The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok. European haute cuisine with a contemporary flair, prepared by our Chef, sources only the finest of European ingredients in combination with locally grown organic produce, and she also uses botanicals grown in the herb garden on the deck outside the restaurant. A sommelier is on hand and will pair wines to accompany meals or individual courses.

The Allium Bangkok private dining area with red accents and a naturally-shaped wood table.

Ambiance and Décor

Cool white and royal red are the predominant colors of the restaurant, which has an extensive glass wall to one side and a long bar with seating to the other side. Antique saloon chairs provide easy seating at the tables, with high stools at the bar, and the atmosphere is as conducive to business dinners and corporate entertaining as it is to more intimate occasions.

The Allium Bangkok booth seating with red accents.


The restaurant's cooking technique is essentially classic French-inspired, with the highest quality ingredients imported internationally and up to half of the land-based agricultural produce sourced from local organic suppliers near Bangkok. The menu is changed every two or three months to suit the seasonal availability of ingredients and to ensure a continuing interest for regular guests. The cocktail menu has a significant focus on bespoke cocktails, and botanicals from the hotel herb garden are used in the mix. The wine list features over 200 labels, with a strong focus on old-world French and Italian wines as well as a large selection of natural, biodynamic and organic wines.

The Allium Bangkok - Red Snapper on a bed of foam decorated with greens.

The Bakery

Patisserie & illy Coffee

Overlooking leafy Wireless Road, The Bakery is an elegant and atmospheric conservatory where guests can savor exquisite Thai-French patisserie created by our passionate Thai pastry chefs. The delicate delights are complemented by freshly brewed coffees, teas and herbal infusion. The Bakery is also the perfect place to ‘grab and go’ with a coffee and a cake.

Royal Art of Afternoon Tea

Daily 02:00 - 05:00 P.M. Royal associations make afternoon tea at The Bakery a pleasure. Indulge the palate with original afternoon tea menus inspired by the princess who lived here first.

My Cake Moment

Daily 07:00 A.M. - 09:00 P.M. In our passionate, perfectionist bakery chefs’ view, every cake is an opportunity to be awesome. To whet your appetite, please review our current menu of 11 colorful cakes. We’ve sponge cake, linzer cake, mousse, bavarois, classic chocolate cake, cheesecake, carrot cake and crunch.

Thai Spice Makes for Compelling Cookies

Explore nine flavors of our signature, melt-in-the-mouth butterfly cookies at The Bakery, including classic, raspberry, sweet fish sauce, Pad Thai, krong-kraeng, bacon, banana, sesame and poppy seed. The Bakery would have cookie lovers try a new-flavor signature Butterfly Cookie that might cross some culinary boundaries but nevertheless taste superb.

The Glaz Bar

Timeless Lobby Bar

The Glaz Bar is a sophisticated venue for cocktails, tapas, music where you can chill-out with style. The venue is located next to The Rain Tree Café, alongside the lobby, making it the perfect place meet, greet and enjoy fine wines, creative and classic cocktails, and enticing light bites. Celebrating the hotel’s location as the former site of a royal palace, The Glaz Bar’s décor plays with timeless neo-colonial bar motifs reinterpreted in a contemporary style. Sip your favorite drinks as you look out over our iconic lobby in one of Bangkok’s foremost hosts of high-society events.

The Glaz Bar table and bar seating.

The Social Hours

Daily: 06:00 P.M. - 08:00 P.M.

Come join us for a Social Hours at The Glaz Bar. Specially priced social hour menu of handcrafted premium beverages provides an excellent option for pre-dinner drinks or socializing after work.


Fei Ya

.6 Miles

Fei Ya is a Chinese restaurant that offers the finest in traditional and on-traditional Cantonese fare in a vividly decorated dinning room.

1 Miles

Renowned as one of the finest places in Bangkok to enjoy a memorable lunch or dinner of contemporary Italian cuisine. Designed in the style of an enchanting Tuscan villa, Rossini's ensures a truly unique dining experience for lovers of fine food and wine.

1.4 Miles

VIU offers a wide array of buffet experiences from daily breakfast and lunch in an environment that recalls the grace and character of a stately home, to an inviting restaurant with the highlight family Saturday brunch and lavish spread at the enviable Su

Latest Recipe

1.8 Miles

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Tsu Japanese Restaurant

2 Miles

The city's venue of choice for exquisite Japanese cuisine garnished with a high-top-table sushi bar for a dazzling dining experience.
Paii at The House on Sathorn

2.3 Miles

A casual dining concept serving modern Thai seafood in a National Heritage home in the heart of Bangkok. Paii presenting the best of local and imported seafood with authentic flavors of Thai cuisine.
Kisso Japanese Restaurant

2.5 Miles

Contemporary and modern, Kisso is an endearing Japanese restaurant that is surprising at every turn. Seamlessly combining traditional and non-traditional Japanese fare, there is something for everyone at Kisso.
Thara Thong

3.2 Miles

Thara Thong serves authentic Bangkok fare in a grand traditional setting. The dining room and outdoor terrace overlook the legendary Chao Phraya River. Thai classical music and dance performances are presented Monday to Saturday from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.