When going to dine in a Park Hyatt you certainly have high expectations on all things and the Embassy Room in the Park Hyatt Bangkok is no exception. To arrive at this dining venue is an experience in itself, as once you have made it to the lobby on the 9th floor, you must descend a dramatic staircase that leads into the aesthetical lobby lounge aka the Living Room through which you are shown to the Embassy Room. Such vistas and interiors are what the Park Hyatt brand does best by creating a luxurious intimate environment and there is always something stunning to admire. Exquisite taste in its interior and custom designed to combine sophistication with a distinctive regional character that is reflected in the original dishes, this is a collective of expertly curated art being displayed and installed around the hotel premises. Embassy Room’s interior is discreet and unfolds in a series of unique, intimate, calm and stylish spaces that reflecting Thailand’s rich culture and gracious hospitality.
Drawn specifically and especially for these particular spaces in Embassy Room for Park Hyatt Bangkok, the two major drawings entitled <Lover> & <Family Potluck> by Thai artist Chatchai Puipia provide a sense of locality in the hallway length dining room, which is set as a reminder to guests of the warm welcome and hospitality of Thai culture. The other installation <Naga> is quite an impressive piece of work that is after the mythical water dragon by renown Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada which is composed of batons suspended from the ceiling, traveling between the Embassy Room, the pool and an interior waterfall. Its twisting, dance-like flow begins erratically in bronze acrylic then sweeps into dark-brown timber swirls through the main Living Room, before settling into an undulating vertical pattern of clear and frosted acrylic along the veranda next to the Living Room.
<Spanish octopus with quince, capsicum, quinoa, corn and chimichurri>
<Seared duck foie gras with pumpkin, chestnut and crispy ginger bread>
<Carnoli risotto with Shimeji mushrooms and vegan truffle cheese>
<Quinoa salad with pomegranate and nuts>
<Organic chicken breast with tagliatelle and morel cream sauce>
<Rangers Valley beef ribeye with French fries and green pepper sauce>
The service was impeccable, discreet and refined, the sequence perfect and the timing was just right. We did not want the lunch to end, but it meant that we had a reason to return, as there are still a couple more signature dishes like the Hokkaido scallops, Scottish salmon, Braised wagyu beef cheek, Duck breast “A l’Orange”, Australian lamb chops and much more yet to be sampled. The Embassy Room must be on every gourmands list when travelling to Bangkok Bangkok to unite your love for food and we could not recommend this restaurant more highly.