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The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok - Restaurants, Bars, Facilities and Services
The Oriental Hotel Bangkok - River Wing on the left of the picture, Garden Wing on the right - Viewed from the Sala Rim Naam Terrace on the wast bank of the Chao Phya River.
The Riverside Terrace
On the banks of The River of Kings, you will find no spot in the city more tranquil for breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks or drinks at sunset, as long tail boats, rice barges and countless images of timeless beauty pass by.
Every evening under the warm evening sky, the Oriental's chefs prepare a riverside buffet of mythic proportions... a feast that has well over a hundred choices including the finest imported meats, the freshest seafood and an enormous variety of salads and desserts.
Le Normandie - French Restaurant
Probably Asia's finest French restaurant and a connoisseur's fantasy of splendid cuisine, fine wines, impeccable service, and elegant ambiance - with spectacular river views.
A la carte lunch and dinner.
Gentlemen please note: a jacket and tie are required for dinner.
Lord Jim's - Sea Food and Sushi
Named after the seafaring main character in a novel by Joseph Conrad (a frequent guest of The Oriental in the early days and hving a suite named after him), Lord Jim's is renowned worldwide for its magnificent seafood and sushi. Buffet lunch and a la carte dinner.
The China House - Classic Cantonese
In a lovingly restored private residence just across the street from The Oriental's main buildings, the China House serves classic Cantonese cuisine prepared by the Oriental's master Hong Kong Chefs.
Lunch and dinner daily.
Three private rooms available.
The Verandah and Verandah Terrace
Drop in any time for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late evening snacks.
Delicious Continental and Asian fare in a relaxed ambiance with fine river views.
Open daily from 0600 to midnight.
The Oriental Spa
Discover the pleasure and the benefits of therapies based on traditional Thai, Indian and modern western techniques.
With just 14 private suites The Oriental Spa is exclusive and luxurious.
The antique decor is muted yet treatment and hydrotherapy facilities are state of the art.
Sooth away the stress of modern life and dissolve impurities under the gentle fingers of therapists trained in ancient skills. The benefits to body and mind will be obvious.
The Bamboo Bar
The coolest place for live jazz in Bangkok since the mid 1940s, the Bamboo Bar has the savage yet sophisticated feel of a genuine speakeasy in the jungle.
Open daily from 1100 to 0100 and Fridays and Saturdays until 0200.
Adjoining the cigar divan.
An elegant setting for high tea, our Author's Lounge served freshly baked scones, home made jams, delicious finger sandwiches, fresh made cookies and pastries and a world class selection of fine teas on offer daily: see our Afternoon Tea at the Authors' Lounge in March 2008.
Ciao - Alfresco Italian
For fine Italian fare, including the freshest home made pastas, join yuor friends at Ciao restaurant under the stars, riverside on the marble terrace nestled besides the cool gardens of the Author's Lounge, 1700 to 2300, only open seasonally.
The Sala Rim Naam
The classic Thai Pavilion sets the stage for sumptuous Thai luncheon buffets and set dinner feasts.
Probably the best daily classical Thai dinner show in Bangkok - dance performances at 1830.
A la carte Dinners nightly riverside at the Rim Naam Terrace.
Thai Cooking School
The renowned Oriental Hotel's cooking school has taught thousands of people from all over the world the art of preparing fine Thai cuisine.
Organised by leading Thai chefs, guests may enjoy a single morning course, or the complete series.
Business travellers can be assured of 100% productivity with twenty four hour daily access to all of the Oriental Hotel's business centre resources and facilities.
Private meeting and board rooms are also available.
The Oriental's Health Centre
The Oriental Hotel's other facilities include fitness training equipment, tennis and squash court, aerobics classes, saunas and a jogging track.
Tennis and squash partners are available and equipment and sportswear are free of charge.
The Day Care Centre
Offering many facilities and supervised fun filled activities to keep young guests occupied and amused. Soft toys, arts and crafts materials, books, educational computer games and a play station are available.
Some of the photos are courtesy of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Bangkok - www.mandarinoriental.com
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