Glasshouse at Sindhorn Bangkok is a new dining spot that stretches from Wireless Road on one side to Langsuan Road on the other. It’s a looming structure of glass and steel housing four high-end restaurants and a couple of cafes and convenience stores.
In particular, Glasshouse has four flagship restaurants: Café Parisien, Japanese seafood restaurant Misho, Milano Café serving classic Italian food and CigarOne for single malt whiskeys, cigars and signature mixes. Find them all at the northern edge of Lumpini Park. Come for lunch and take advantage of some excellent lunch specials, or enjoy dinner in stylish surrounds, either inside the two storey plaza or dine al fresco and enjoy the live music performed in the garden.
The original Sindhorn Bangkok Building was first built in 1980 and the Glasshouse has been planned for several years as a way to bring a contemporary touch to the area…and it certainly has! Metallic tree-like structures sprout overhead and provide dappled sunlight down onto the glass fronted interiors. The result is a feeling that you are dining close to nature – far from the traffic jams of downtown Bangkok.
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Milano Café is already proving a big hit thanks to its stylish plating and classic Italian flavours. Pasta comes in large portions and there’s plenty of delicacies to enjoy such as Burrata cheese and prosciutto ham. Their set lunch is priced at just 490 baht for three courses, usually with a choice of meat or fish for your main course.
Misho Japanese Restaurant
Misho was created by the team behind the popular Ploenchit restaurant Suikin, which had to close at the end of 2014. They are back now at Glasshouse Bangkok and still serving their incredible sushi, sashimi and amazing set meals. A tempura set or salmon don set comes with salad, rice, miso soup and a dish of pickled tsukemono all for 250-400 baht.
Café Parisien is a bright and casual brasserie creating classic French recipes. Chef Herve Frerard (former chef at Le Beaulieu, one of Bangkok’s most acclaimed French restaurants) has created some special dishes for the menu at Café Parisien, and having been such big fans of Le Beaulieu, we couldn’t wait to try this classy restaurant. The rustic cuisine, such as coq au vin, frog’s legs in lemon and parsley, and crepes Suzette, are all impeccably done, and they also offer a three-course set lunch for a very reasonable 690 baht.
A speciality cigar and whisky bar occupies the fourth main atrium, with one of the best single malt menus in Bangkok and a range of Cuban, Venezuelan and other esteemed South American cigars on offer from their humidor. This modern space is the perfect place to unwind with a nightcap after a delicious meal.
Glasshouse at Sindhorn
- Location: On the corner of Wireless Road and Sarasin Road
- BTS: Chit Lom or Ploenchit (requires a five-minute taxi journey)
- Tel: +66 (0)2 650 9993
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/glasshouseatsindhorn