This space is based on the mellow chic of hideaway resorts of Lanna Kingdom of Northern Thailand.
Faithfully reproducing the vernacular Thai interior with furnishings crafted by local artisans using genuine materials, even your sense of touch seemingly transports you there. The space is brought to life by objets d’art, collected from all over Thailand, surrounding you in a mise-en-scène where your eyes too can taste the delights offered by a Thai resort restaurant.
The restaurant’s name celebrates the LoyKratong Festival of Lights with a dreamy installation scene, reflecting festival’s night sky all covered with charming little floating hot-air lanterns.
A variety of creative dishes based on cuisines from mainly Thailand and its South East Asian neighbors. Historically, Thai cuisine itself has long evolved from the influx of food cultures from China and the countries of the Indochina Peninsular. The more recent introduction of Western culinary techniques (mostly French & Italian) has given rise to a new Thai cuisine, with exciting fusions of East and West, where Tom Yam Kung and pasta meet to make Tom Yam Pasta and so on.