Get up Close and Personal at Bangkok’s Most Romantic Restaurants
Whether you are wowing (or attempting to wow) a date or with a partner, Bangkok boasts several idyllic venues to tug the heartstrings. Rooftop venues such as Sirocco at Lebua Hotel and Vertigo at the Banyan Tree are always good bets for a stirring tete a tete. However, few places are as evocative as dining by the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Of the city’s riverside options, none are better than Sala Rarranakison.
Helmed by British chef Ian Wrigley, the kitchen serves up authentic southern Thai cuisine such as yam puu nim tord mamuang (soft shell crab in spicy salad) as well as a few global options. The kicker, however, is the riverside setting and the splendid view over to Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) across the water.