When you're more than 300m in the air, sitting in Bangkok's highest structure (and apparently South-East Asia's tallest hotel), you're expectations go up.
The space itself does not disappoint; the lobby just before the restaurant works up an appetite and sets the tone with an interesting decoration and culture related mini-exhibitions. The view from the revolving platform gives you a 360º glimpse of the city which is also memorable.
However, despite these great attractions, once you sit down, it's just like any other buffet restaurant. There is a good variety of food, but for the price paid, I was expecting a little bit more finesse. A greater variety of fish dishes would have been nice, and the same could be said for meat dishes. Traditional thai dishes were made on the spot, as was a delicious crêpe.
Nonetheless, having to rate this as a restaurant, I was definitely expecting a little bit more, although the food was tasty.
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