Sirocco Restaurant sits on top of lebua at State Tower, captivating diners with panoramic views of Bangkok, refined Mediterranean cuisine, and premium wines. Rare delicacies are sourced from all over the world, some of which are exclusive to Sirocco. This award-winning restaurant attracts affluent travellers and local elites looking to enjoy a sophisticated meal in Bangkok.

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Highlights of Sirocco Restaurant in Bangkok

Dining at Sirocco Restaurant comes in several options. The chef's tasting menu presents classic dishes from places like Mykonos, Barcelona, and Nice. you might be treated to codfish with chorizo emulsion or gnocchi with black truffle foam and Parmesan espuma. Lebua’s own label wines, originating from Pighin in Italy, are a sumptuous match for your meal. For dessert, the Chocolate Cabosse is a decadent concoction of spicy blood orange marmalade, fresh blood orange liquid centre, and Mark Rin 75% cocoa sorbet.

Sirocco has a strict dress code, so make sure you’re dressed in your best. No shorts, sandals, ripped clothes, athletic wear, sleeveless T-shirts for gentlemen, and luggage or backpacks are not allowed.  A live jazz band takes to the stage at 7.30pm, adding soft background music to complement the rather romantic ambience.

Good to know about Sirocco Restaurant in Bangkok

Sirocco Restaurant in Bangkok is located on the 63rd floor of Tower Club at Lebua Bangkok. It’s part of The Dome collection of restaurants and bars, which includes Distil, Sky Bar, and Breeze. The hotel is 550 metres northeast of the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station and Sathorn Central Pier. Reservations are advised, especially if you want to dine on Friday or Saturday evenings.

Sirocco Restaurant in Bangkok

Location: 63rd Floor, lebua at State Tower, 1055 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Open: Daily from 6pm to 1am

Phone: +66 (0)2 624 9555

Paul Smith | Compulsive Traveller