VERTIGO at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Fabulous French Fowl promotion – Bring on the Duck

Here’s a rare opportunity to experience canard cuisine as it was meant to be, with this selection of dishes featuring premium quality imported French duck, offered in a light and flavourful Duck Consume’ with Duck Ravioli, an exotic Slow Roasted Duck Breast and Cauliflower Couscous with Orange Sauce or a classic Duck Confit.

Located on the 61st floor

Open daily:   Vertigo: 6.00 pm. – 10.30 pm.
Moon Bar: 5.00 pm. – 1.00 am.

(Opening hours is subject to weather conditions)

 

VERTIGO TOO  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Let’s celebrate Brazil National Day – Flame-kissed Brazilian Grills

 In a salute to National Day of Brazil we’re firing up the brazier for some Brazilian-style BBQ that’s sure to satisfy the most carnivorous cravings, like BBQ Beef Skewers and Flank Steak “Churrasco”. Top off this meaty feast with our carnival of flavours dessert Passion fruit-Chocolate Mousse with Passion fruit Ice-cream for a refreshingly sweet finish.

Located on the 60th floor.
Available every weekend, 1:00-5:00pm.

 

BAI YUN  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Renowned Chinese cuisine – Succulently Szechuan

Some of the most popular dishes from this spicy and uber-flavourful facet of China’s rich culinary heritage can be enjoyed right here, in these exciting offerings of Szechuan specialties including Baked Black Cod in Clay Pot with Szechuan sauce, Stir-fried Pork with Szechuan sauce and Stir-fried Wagyu with Szechuan pepper sauce.

Located on 59th Floor
Open daily:    Lunch: 11.30 am. – 2.30 pm.
                        Dinner: 6.00 pm. – 10.30 pm.

 

TAI HEI  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Don’t skip it, Jack! – Katsuo Fish Fest

Katsuo is a fine tasting fish sometimes called Skipjack Tuna, but no matter how you say it, our selection of specials featuring Katsuo will certainly get you hooked, with these irresistible plates of ocean-fresh perfection, including Katsuo Tataki  (Katsuo tuna salad with ponsu sauce), Katsuo Nabe (Katsuo and vegetables hotpot) and Katsuo Yaki Donburi, Katsuo tuna sushi rice bowl.

Located on 53rd – 54th Floor
Open daily:     Lunch: 11.30am. – 2.30pm.
Dinner: 6.00 pm. –11.00pm.

 

SAFFRON  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Take me to the river – River Prawns

Firm and flavourful freshwater prawns prepared the old fashioned way… Grilled River Prawns with sweet, sour and spicy dipping sauces and Stir fried River Prawn with curry powder.

Located on 52nd Floor
Open daily:   6.00 pm. – 10.30pm.

 

ROMSAI  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Crab craver’s call-to-arms – Invasion of Deliciousness

This month, Romsai is besieged by battalions of premium whole crab, with a bountiful buffet brimming with the tasty pinchers of the Blue and Red Sea varieties. Served iced and ship’s catch-fresh, crack ‘em yourself or choose steamed, wok-fried or Teppan grilled-to-order.

Located at the lower lobby level
Open daily:
Weekend Bunch: 12.00pm – 3.00pm, priced at THB1, 900++ per person
Dinner:  Friday to Saturday, 6.00pm – 11.00pm, priced at THB1, 800++ per person
Dinner:  Monday to Thursday, 6.00pm – 11.00pm, priced at THB1, 500++ per person
Lunch:  Monday to Friday, 12.00pm – 2.00pm, priced at THB1, 200++ per person

 

APSARA  at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Siamese, if you please – Iconic Dishes of Siam

A tribute to the local specialties that put Thailand on the world culinary map, this taste tempting set menu of perennial Thai favourites ticks all the boxes for must-have Thai fare, including Tom Yum Goong (spicy shrimp soup), Gaeng Keow Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry), Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Fried Basil and Minced Pork) and Yam Nua (Spicy Beef Salad).

Departing from River City pier at 8.00pm.

For more information and reservations please contact:   0 2679 1200

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Chelsea was born in Hong Kong and is a genuine food lover. Her palate is especially sharp on Cantonese food, delicacies from Hong Kong and meat (especially beef, chicken and lamb). She is able to taste how the food is cooked and prepared. Besides, she is also a pro buffet gourmet because of her unlimited appetite. When she says ‘too sweet’, it may not be sweet for you as her preference for chocolate is 72++ dark chocolate.

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