The 5 most romantic restaurants Bangkok

Supanniga Cruise

Boat departs from River City Pier 2

23 Trok Rongnamkhaeng, Yota Road

+66 (0)2 714 7608

www.supannigacruise.com

Why settle for looking at the river when you can be on it? The foodie owner of Supanniga Eating Room now has a boat restaurant as well. There are just 4 to 5 tables on each deck, where diners are served gourmet Thai meals and champagne while languidly navigating the Chao Phraya.

Issaya Siamese

4 Soi Sri Aksorn,
Chua Ploeng Road
+66 (0)2 672 9040
www.issaya.com

Set in a lovely century-old Thai mansion, Issaya has won local accolades for outstanding Thai food made from farm fresh ingredients and was named one of Asia’s top 50 restaurants in 2016 by San Pellegrino. The setting is hopelessly romantic, either inside the intimate mansion, or lounging on the beanbag chairs on the front lawn.

L'Appart

AT: SOFITEL SUKHUMVIT

189 Sukhumvit Road
+66 (0)2 126 9999
www.sofitel-bangkok-sukhumvit.com

L’Appart resembles a 19th-century Parisien apartment, with intimate nooks complete with sunken sofas and copies of French classics set on the side tables. Combine the ambience with the haute cuisine French fare, plus a bottle of fine wine or champagne, and you and your date have the amorous night of the year all set up.

Mezzaluna

AT: LEBUA STATE TOWER

1055 Silom Road

+66 (0)2 624 9555

www.lebua.com/mezzaluna

At Mezzaluna, you overlook the sweep of the Chao Phraya River with a 180° panorama across Bangkok. Perched up on the 65th floor of the Lebua State Tower, not only are the vistas jaw dropping, but the innovative chef tasting menu will have you in awe.

Sala Rattanakosin Eatery and Bar

AT: SALA RATTANAKOSIN

39 Maharat Road

+66 (0)2 622 1388

www.salarattanakosin.com

Reserve yourself a front table here, facing out at the Chao Phraya River and Wat Arun, which sits directly across from you. Sunsets, blue hour, and the temple lights coming on make for an amorous setting, and the superb fine dining options seal the deal.

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