Set on the rooftop of Bangkok's tallest skyscraper, Sirocco is a restaurant that towers above the rest. The stunning view of the world's highest outdoor restaurant will sweep you off your feet.
The restaurant is located on the 63rd floor of the iconic State Tower and wraps around the building's famous art deco dome. Sirocco offers diners an exquisitive glimpse of the city and the Chao Phraya river. It's the perfect spot to enjoy a romantic sunset dinner or cocktails under a starry sky at the restaurant's Skybar.
Sirocco serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine to the tune of live Jazz music. The five-course Chef's Menu features Australian lamb, Waygu beef and Maine lobster and costs about $135.
During your visit to Thailand, don't miss the opportunity to dine at a treetop restaurant overlooking the sea where waiters zipline the food to your table.
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