COMO Metropolitan Bangkok, Thailand


COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

Restaurants & Dining

"Nutritious, seductive, completely satisfying – the Metropolitan’s cuisine is a Bangkok essential

With a Michelin star for his Thai restaurant in London, Australian chef David Thompson is a worldclass talent when it comes to the finest nunces of this explosive, flavourful cuisine. At nahm Bangkok (opening in August 2010), diners can expect proper Thai food done really well in warmly contemporary environs.
The dishes are like the food eaten at home—relaxed, generous and authentic, combining juice and spice, sweet and sour. Menus showcase some of the best market-fresh produce in the world, all carefully put together by Thompson and his experienced team."


David Thompson, famed for Michelin-starred nahm restaurant at The Halkin hotel in London, will be opening his first restaurant in Bangkok this Summer. Serving authentic Thai food, this major new address for the capital will be popular with both hotel guests and Bangkok residents.

Standout dishes will include rare ingredients from all regions of Thailand. These include a jungle curry with pla chorn (a fresh water fish). There will also be a colourful array of salty and sweet Thai deserts and an extensive wine menu.

Located on the ground floor of the hotel and looking out towards the pool, guests will be able to dine within the cool interiors, or on the terrace. There will also be private dining rooms, ideal for corporate or social events. nahm Bangkok will be open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner.


is a 48-seat eatery serving fresh food only, rendered as snacks, light meals and powerfully energising juices, rich in living enzymes, vitamins and minerals. The COMO Shambhala menu is specifically designed for balance and rejuvenation.

Breakfast 6am-11am
All day dining to Lunch 11am – 3pm

The Met Bar

A private place to party late into the Bangkok night

When it first opened in 1998, London's Met Bar became the hottest nighttime haunt west of Ibiza. Now, its newest sister, The Met Bar, Bangkok, delivers the same for the Asian capital, answering a sophisticated need for privacy and energy in a space reserved for hotel guests and members only.

In the afternoon and evening, The Met Bar serves delectable Thai fare to a high-flying crowd. At night, it morphs into a sultry, lounge-style members bar with deep-club chairs and wine-dark walls. Lighting is soft and moody.

Bar staff - called 'mixologists' at the Met - create bespoke Martinis while headline DJs spin eclectic lounge sounds from around the world.

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