Pamper yourself with the very best Bangkok has to offer. Dusit Thani is the epitome of luxury and ultimate relaxation. The hotel is located on Rama IV Road near the Sala Daeng BTS Station, right across the lungs of Bangkok, Lumpini Park.
The hotel boasts some of the finest dining options in the city. From traditional Thai cuisine at Benjarong to excellent Chinese culinary delights at the Mayflower and the most delicious steak you could hope for at Hamilton’s Steak House.
The Lobby Lounge is also a great place to sit back and relax as you treat yourself to an array of delicious cakes and pastries along with a drink of your choice.
Benjarong Thai fine dining restaurant takes you on a journey with its Thai specialties and exquisite atmosphere. The service is impeccable and will truly make you feel like royalty.
I tried the following dishes from their recommended menu:
- Goong Homsabai (Tiger prawn), egg noodle, sauce Roe.
- Goong Mae Nam Khawmao Grob sauce makham River prawns, pounded rice, kaffir lime, tamarind sauce.
The next morning, I had breakfast at The Pavilion, an all-day dining area which serves mouth-watering international dishes. Breakfast timings are 6 am to 10.30 am. Do yourself a favor, wake up a bit early, perhaps at 8 am because you’ll get your table quickly without having to wait in long queues. Enjoy your breakfast without having to rush.
Later that day, I dined at Hamilton’s Steak Restaurant and ordered the roasted chicken with parsley-garlic and baby potatoes. It was a symphony of the perfect flavors and textures, a great dining experience. The atmosphere had a cool vibe. The antique picture frames on the walls made for a great aesthetic.
Last but not least, I dined at Mayflower, the Chinese restaurant. I had dumpling with hot and sour Sichuan Soup. That really hit the spot. The restaurant had a regal atmosphere, altogether proving to be a great culinary experience once again.
I retreated to my room that night at the hotel. The rooms in the hotel are exquisite and offer a great view of the city. The cityscape at night is even more inspiring. One last look out the window and I was off to bed. It was a memorable experience.