The Siam Kempinski

Dec 10, 2010

Despite its proximity to the city’s buzzing shopping district, this city-resort feels like an oasis with its 401 guest rooms and suites set amid lush landscaped gardens and cascading water features. It also boasts a line-up of eateries, including Brasserie Europa, Niche and Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, a Thai fine dining restaurant helmed by Danish chef Henrik Yde-Andersen and Thai partner Lertchai Treetawatrong.

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Charcoal Bangkok

Kebabs take center stage, with melt-in-your-mouth meats, veggies and paneer served in a bright, modern setting. Eat all you can at their smart Sunday brunch, or come at night to try their India-inspired cocktails, crafted to complement the flavors of the tandoor.