I used to come here for bruch 20 years ago when we lived in Bangkok and I did not miss the opportunity to visit during my short stay in town.
The food is amazing, from lobster to freshly mad thai vermicelli salad without forgetting the sushis and the dim sum.
The deserts were superb and included mango and sticky rice, macaroons,crème brulée.
It is quite expensive especially in Thailand where food is usually very cheap.
But I thought it was with it. The atmosphere is elegant but not stuffy and the jazz singer was very good.
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