At the 76th and 78th floors of the soaring four-star Baiyoke Sky Hotel sits Bangkok Sky Restaurant. It’s a winning combination: one of the top restaurants in Bangkok found by climbing the tallest hotel in the country.
From authentic Thai favorites to decadent European dishes, Bangkok Sky Restaurant makes sure guests feel nothing short of completely satisfied at the end of the meal. The fine dining restaurant, dubbed as “the highest international breakfast buffet in town,” is known for its fresh assortment of seafood, huge buffet of international dishes, and of course, one of the most striking views of the city.
Bangkok is beautiful from the ground, but it’s even more dazzling from the top—and it’s a scenery you can enjoy from Bangkok Sky Restaurant while enjoying a divine selection of breakfast, lunch, or dinner dishes.
Visiting Bangkok Sky Restaurant
Bangkok Sky Restaurant is on the 76th and 78th floors of Thailand’s tallest hotel Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Found in central Bangkok near shopping malls, public transportation, and Bangkok nightlife, it’s ideally positioned to be part of your Bangkok sightseeing itinerary. Since the hotel is right next to the Airport Rail Link station, tourists fresh off a flight can travel directly from the Suvarnbhumi Airport to Baiyoke and Bangkok Sky Restaurant.
The acclaimed restaurant offers buffet meals from morning until nighttime, although there are only selected hours that tourists can avail of each meal. Breakfast is from 6:00am to 9:30am, lunch is from 11:00am to 2:00pm, and dinner is at 5:30pm to 11:00pm.
What Food to Expect?
As one of the top restaurants in Bangkok, Bangkok Sky Restaurant prides itself on offering the finest seafood around, including a huge assortment of prawns, shrimps, crab, scallops, clams, river lobster, and other seafood all cooked in different ways. For instance, the chef recommends trying the high-protein Salmon Nitsuke.
Salads, sushi, pizza, pasta, and other international favorites are also available, ranging from European, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese food.
Do I Need a Reservation?
While a reservation is not required when visiting the restaurant, it’s always best to come prepared with a reservation. In particular, weekends at Bangkok Sky Restaurant can get quite crowded.
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Observation Deck and Revolving View Point
With a reservation at Bangkok Sky Restaurant, you also get access to Baiyoke Sky Hotel’s Observation Deck on the 77th floor and the Revolving View Point on the 84th floor at no extra charge.
Wind down after a hearty meal by taking a stroll around the Observation Deck. Maps, multimedia, and telescopes are available on the deck to help tourists find and gaze at Bangkok landmarks from this new perspective. Climb a few more floors to check out an even higher view from the Revolving View Point.
Other Rooftop Bars in Bangkok
If you’re craving for more of this type of experience, there are other rooftop restaurants and bars in Bangkok that can get you your fix of the “high life.” As soon as the sun sets, the thriving Bangkok nightlife scene takes center stage and many revelers take to the sky.
For one, the stylish Sky Bar Bangkok is widely regarded to be one of the best Bangkok nighttime spots with spectacular views and unique mixed cocktails. Other great sky bars in Bangkok include Vertigo and Moon Bar, Hi-So Rooftop Bar, and Octave Rooftop Bar.