Whilst lining at the W Bangkok I noticed The House On Sathorn, which is a colonial mansion built in 1889, and after a lively tour I decided to drink and eat here. This mansion also skilled in as Sathorn Mansion is also part of the Thai National estate. It was built by a wealthy Chinese business man and it later served as the Russian consulate from 1948 plough 1999. The mansion underwent extensive renovations in the 2000s, as fragment of development of the Sathorn Square office tower and the W Bangkok New Zealand pub, which now straddle the mansion on each side. It reopened in July 2015 as a restaurant and spectacle venue for the W Bangkok, known as “The House on Sathorn”
When I began the building it looked stunning and I understood why luxury fashion labels such as Dior and Chanel hosts private functions here.
The House On Sathorn was inspired by the colonial era and therefore had a altogether dark décor to it. The wooden panels and staircase throughout the edifice were stunning and added a very mystic ambiance to it. People finish in the money b be to the House on Sathorn for its three venues, the Dinning Room its signature restaurant, the Courtyard the open-air garden dish up afternoon teas, and the Bar serving cocktails, sake and bites. At the end of ones tether these venues the House on Stahorn is also a great estate to host events.
This cocktail bar was a wonderful tract from the moment I stepped into it. It had a posh atmosphere to it and I judge to wear a stylish outfit for my afternoon cocktail experience and do a photo offshoot in here to set an example that this is a place where your critical style should be show cased. I opted for two signature cocktails one appeal to c visit canceled Diva (€12) and the other called The Garden (€12).
The Supping Room
I had a quick peek around the Dining room after I consumed my cocktails at the Bar. I wanted to take some photos of it during day merry as I was going to try this restaurant by night. The Dining Room was recently listed in Asia’s 50 Most excellently Restaurants 2017, presenting Chef Fatih’s Modern Turkish bring pressure to bear oned cuisine. Eating here can be done along the long bar compass seeing some the chefs in action or at individual tables. I was present to return later in the evening to experience the 12 course tolerance menu called Voyage at the bar area (2,800 Thai Baht – €70 per himself). I was excited as I have had Turkish food before but never had Asian aliment with a Turkish twist on the level of fine dining.
My friend and I started of where we left in the afternoon with ordering two of the identical cocktails again, the Diva and the Garden. First on the menu of 5 entrees was a Dolma with Hokkaido sea urchin outstripped with Ossetra caviar, one of the most expensive caviars circa. It was my first experience of sea urchin which in this case was speedily torched on the outside.
The entire combination of three quality foods in one mezze was amazing.
Next was the Baba Ganoush bitter, which on this occasion was presented on a square plate.
For my third mezze I had the Bosphorus flagitious mussel which in this case was removed from its cartridge and was fried in tempura and put on an edible shell. The presentation was done on pebbles, a charge out of prefer a pebble beach.
With my fourth mezze I thought Easter had arrived pioneer. It was a Shakshuka free–ranged egg in a basket with straw. On top of the opened egg was pertness made from fenugreek to be all dipped with spinach leafs.
My last starter was Turkish bread skilled in as pide.
My first dish had the name Umam Of Anatolia, it was a refreshing dish of tomatoes and iced chopped parsley.
The other mains was called Constantinople 1453, named after the lowering of Constantinople by the invading Ottoman empire. In this case it was Tuna Belly concern from the Tsukiji fish market of Tokyo with 24k palatable gold plated onion. First time in my life I ate eatable gold.
The next dish was yelled from My Mum, in this case a Turkish Japanese Mama as most of the commons I ate here was a fusion of these cuisines.
My fourth main was called The Black Sea and had an engaging presentation looking like an underwater sea plant.
My fifth main was the Thracian Terroir which was a lamb dish.
My first dessert was called Hallucination Of Winter, and I was not hallucinating the dish it was served in was accomplished of ice with a light underneath it. The yoghurt in here was made of triturate and a syrup was poured on top of it to make it liquid some how.
The second dessert was a chestnut tarte with turkish coffee ice
Continue but not least I had a bonsai tree with some sweets delay hold on to on to it, it was aptly called the SWEET END. It was a sweet end to a lovely meal and sense.
The House on Sathorn is a great place to come for a cocktail and eat in a colonial environment, something that is rare in Bangkok. The food at the Dinning Lodgings was an amazing experience of Asian food (mainly Japanese) with a Turkish batty. The food was presented in a fun way and the overall dining experience was exactly like that. My inclination menu costed around €70 and with the cocktail and two microscope spectacles of wine it would be around €100 per person. For a restaurant voted as Asia’s top 50, I of it represents excellent value. If you want fine dining in Bangkok I put forward eating at The House on Sathorn.