Chili Hip Bangkok Restaurant

Rooftop Restaurant in Pratunam

Chili Hip Bangkok Restaurant is one of Pratunam’s hippest restaurants with a roofttop location, laidback vibe and chic décor, fine foods and excellent views of the city. Located in Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok on the 20th floor, Chili Hip Restaurant is famed for its great value food and drinks. Honestly, this is probabaly the cheapest rooftop dinner you can find in Bangkok! Dine alfresco and enjoy watching the sun set over Bangkok or the bright lights of the city at night with 360-degree panoramic views.

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Chef John Ranaudo is the man behind the restaurant's tasty yet affordable dishes, which include tom kha gai soup made with coconut milk and galangal (190 baht), duck-stuff ravioli and lamp chops. The menu also includes some finger food which can be purchased at the bar. The deserts on offer are equally as enticing with the Chili Dome chocolate mousse a real hit with visitors (240 baht). The cocktail menu features all of the classics as well as some with a chili twist, including their famous red chili mojitos and the Tom Kha Martini – a great drink for those who prefer a soothing option. You can also choose from an extensive wine list. If you choose to make a full night of it, head to the Walk Rooftop which is connected to Chili Hip Restaurant.

The venue also has an events calendar with hip hop DJs performing on its rooftop bar on Friday and Saturday nights and a regular happy hour. On other nights of the weekend the restaurant plays more subdued music, featuring blues and jazz.

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Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel & Spa

Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok brings chic, modern four star living to the Pratunam Area of Bangkok.With 281 rooms there is an option for everyone at this great value hotel.In-room decor is simple and smart, with a modern accent wall decorated in a bold pattern or colour depending on the room type.The Superior rooms come with a desk, comfy lounge chair and flat screen television as standard.Large windows offer a city view and there is a mini-bar and free coffee and tea for your refreshment.The bathroom has a shower, hairdryer and soft towels.People travelling with kids with appreciate the Superior Family rooms that can accommodate up to four people, or for longer stays the Deluxe Family Residence, with a separate kids area with bunk beds and a large bathroom with a tub and shower. Read More...

Chili Hip

  • Opening Hours: Daily: 17:00 – 23:00
  • Address: 487/26 Phetchaburi Rd, Pratunam
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 625 1234
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