Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok, Sukhumvit, Thailand


Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

Restaurants & Dining

Bangkok's landmark hotel, the Rembrandt Hotel, features some of the finest dining and entertainment in Bangkok. The hotel offers five restaurants, a lounge and a pool bar, each with its own unique character and atmosphere. The five outstanding restaurants - Señor Pico, Rang Mahal, Red Pepper, da Vinci and The Cafe - are immensely popular with Bangkok residents.

Rang Mahal
is one of the Rembrandt Hotel's award-winning restaurants. It is renowned as one of Thailand's finest Indian restaurants. The restaurant's inspiration has been taken from tradition, not only in its decor but also in the epicurean delights that it serves. At Rang Mahal a tantalising mix of ethnic culinary styles has been recreated for food connoisseurs by chefs flown in from India. Cuisines ranging from Mughlai and Nawabi to the fiery extremes of Frontier, cooked with the choicest herbs and spices, ensure that every morsel is redolent with a rich aroma and flavour. Considered the best Indian restaurant in Bangkok, it's advisable to book in advance for lunch or dinner.

Señor Pico
is another award-winning restaurant that is very popular with Bangkok residents. Señor Pico is the first authentic Mexican bar and restaurant in Bangkok. A true Mexican atmosphere in a modern, canteen style is created by Señor Pico of Los Angeles, with a range of south-of-the-border snacks such as fajitas and espetadas and cocktails including the "best margaritas in town", served at a fun bar, plus table and booth seating for the enjoyment of the wide and varied menu. Daily live entertainment (except Mondays) of vibrant South American music.

Red Pepper
is the Rembrandt's Thai restaurant, which offers an alternative for those seeking great Thai cuisine with specialities including unique vegetarian recipes. The award-winning restaurant provides a relaxed atmosphere where you will feel comfortable entertaining friends and business associates alike. The decor has been carefully planned, with distinctive table settings in a clean, calming interior and original artwork created by one of Bangkok's top artists.

da Vinci
is the Rembrandt Hotel's fourth award-winning restaurant. It is located at the hotel's poolside. da Vinci's Italian chef uses only the best ingredients to cook traditional Italian dishes. An extensive wine list with famous Italian wines is available.

The Cafe
is open 24 hours every day. You can enjoy a spectacular buffet for breakfast as well as an extensive à la carte menu offering both Thai and international favourites.

Rang Mahal (26th Floor)

The Rang Mahal restaurant, located on the 26th floor of the Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok, takes you through a typically South Asian gastronomic paradise! The Rang Mahal is open for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and for dinner from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm. The restaurant, which accommodates 125 people, is decorated with complicated mirror work and high-quality paintings.

In ancient times, rang mahal was the name given to the pleasure house and banqueting room of the maharajahs of India. The maharajahs frequented these pleasure houses to get away from the hassles of ruling the kingdom. Once there, they were treated to the best food, drinks and music.

The Rang Mahal restaurant at the Rembrandt, true to its name, combines the lavishness of the maharajahs with contemporary Indian cuisine to give you a truly authentic South Asian gastronomic feast.

SeƱor Pico (1st Floor)

The Señor Pico bar and restaurant, which is located on the first floor next to The Cafe coffee shop, is the only authentic Mexican bar and restaurant in Bangkok. Señor Pico restaurant, which seats 88, operates from 5:00 pm to 1:00 am daily and has been decorated in a contemporary Mexican style, creating a genuine Mexican atmosphere ideal for special celebration parties. There is daily live entertainment (except Mondays) provided by a vibrant South American band, complete with romantic boleros singing exciting songs that even include the Bamba!

Supervised by an experienced chef from Mexico, Mr David Cruz, Señor Pico offers traditional Mexican dishes such as Enchiladas, Fajitas, Carnitas and a range of Mexican snacks such as Bocados and Antojitos.

Red Pepper (Ground Floor)

The Red Pepper is an award-winning restaurant located on the ground floor of the Rembrandt Towers and offering contemporary Thai cuisine and specialities including vegetarian dishes. There is live piano entertainment every evening except Mondays. Open from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, the Red Pepper seats up to 125 and also features two private rooms with 18 and 20 seats respectively for more intimate dinners or private discussions. Original artworks by Bangkok's famed artist Khun Chiratorn adorn the interior of the Red Pepper restaurant.

Specialities offered at the Red Pepper include unique vegetarian and fusion dishes such as Spicy Morning Glory Salad with Shrimps, Deep-Fried Chicken in Lemon Grass, Spicy Grilled Mushroom Salad and Spaghetti "Phad Kee Mao Gai". And what's more, all this is at a very reasonable price!

da Vinci (4th Floor)

Renowned for fine traditional cuisine and an excellent wine selection.

  • Only homemade pastas and breads
  • An assortment of grappas
  • Delightful Italian desert favorites
The Cafe (1st Floor)

 The Café features international cuisine 24 hours a day.

  • On the 1st floor
  • Through the lobby and to the elevator
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