As many other reviewers have mentioned, the view and the service are fabulous at Mezzaluna. I can't really review the food or wine because even though my wife and I spent close to $700.00, we never really were served food or wine of any substance. We ordered the six course tasting menu and what we received was a series of large plates conservatively swirled with a rich sauce and speckled with microscopic pieces of vegetable and nibble-sized pieces of seafood. Mezzaluna is very generous with its bread because they probably don't want their customers passing out from hunger. The wine pairings for each course were expertly chosen and each wine was of a high caliber. However, their decision to pour a thimble full of wine for each course was slightly off-putting. By the sixth course my wife and I had probably received a normal glass of wine in total. The main course was slightly more substantial than the previous courses, but not substantial enough to justify the astronomical prices. The dessert course was also almost adequate, but if you don't have a sweet tooth you are not consoled. My wife and I are not novices in the dining game, and we have had tasting menus before. Mezzaluna so literally interprets the word "tasting" in its menu that when you are finished with your meal you feel slightly ripped off. My advice: Go to the Sky Bar. Pay your $30.00 for two drinks. Take in the spectacular views. Rub elbows with the children and grandchildren of Thailand's industrialists. Then go back down to Bangkok and grab a good meal elsewhere.
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