Set on the roof of one of the tallest hotels in Bangkok (the same used for lanscape view scenes in The Hangover II) serving surprisingly noteworthy Italian dishes
This is one of the most impressive views whilst having a bite to eat that can be gained anywhere in the world. The skyview bar is merely a few steps away for pre-dinner or after dinner drinks and although you might think you would be able to simply go from the bar to Sirocco as it’s so close for a bite, you have no chance if this was left to a spontaneous decision as tables here get booked up well in advance. I would not expect an amazing food experience if you went here, but nor would it be a bad meal; you just need to forego being annoyed at the expense for what it is.
The food I thought was actually very good and although only the breads and two courses were experienced, it showed a competent level of cooking and was genuinely pleasing. Obvious care had been taken in the selection and temperature of the breads given and the supporting olive oils and balsamic were obviously not of a low standard. The poached egg and mushroom velouté was extremely pleasant and the Iberico ham and supporting crisps were similarly pleasing. It was comfort food done well here and although nothing really incredible or bad on the food here alike, I thought it was nice but the price tag for the meal was clearly geared around the view rather than the food – it simply felt like a bonus in their eyes that the food was ok as well.
Food Grade: 73%
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