Raise a Toast at the New Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar

Spanning the 76th and 77th floors, the brand-new Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar was conceived as an “oasis in the clouds” by interior architects Wilson Associates.

Photo: Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar

Bangkok’s King Power Mahanakhon, a 314-meter Ole Scheeren skyscraper distinguished by its pixel-like cutouts, now boasts the highest restaurant and bar in town.

Spanning the 76th and 77th floors, the brand-new Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar was conceived as an “oasis in the clouds” by interior architects Wilson Associates, who gave the modern brasserie a chic, clubby look that combined Thai flavor and French sensibilities.

In the kitchen, executive chef Joshua Cameron—previously based in New York at the three-Michelin-starred venue Eleven Madison Park—plays by similar rules, creating Asian-influenced Western dishes as well as elevated versions of local staples like larb, or minced meat salad, with grilled duck magret.

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This article originally appeared in the August/September 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“A Tall Order”).

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