Traditional Thai food has certainly been repositioned since Chef Morten Bøejstrup Nielsen has joined the team in 2015 (who recently left). The award-winning Danish chef left behind the best of his Thai cuisine with new world innovation to the culinary team to continue serving contemporary dishes that are distinctly Thai at heart.
Benjarong translates as “five colours” or “five paradise of the Royal Thai Kingdom”. The tinted tradition Thai wooden doors with two big Kirin face handles and door knobs contrasting the contemporary design of Dusit Thani’s lower ground foyer, complimented by the wood carving panels that distinguished the authenticity of a Thai heritage.
With well-spaced out tables you can opt to dine indoors in the majestic dining room with soaring ceilings, grand columns and elaborate murals, or outdoors amidst the ambience of a lush landscaped garden, framing a soothing koi fish pond and stepped waterfall feature of some grand proportions. The innovative design and striking décor reflects an eclectic combination of color, texture and bespoke elements to create a sense of upscale yet unpretentious ambience for diners.
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