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D'Sens canceled, need great restaurant in BKK w/ view & nonThai food

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Just go an email from D'Sens & they are having private parties the two nights we can eat at there.

We depart next week, so I have to nail this down rightaway.

I'm allergic to chili pepper, so do not recommend C'yan or Thai restaurants.

We'd ideally like French/fusion haute cusine in a beautiful setting, preferably w/ a skyline view.

Considering HARVEY'S but there's no view. Does LE NORMANDIE have a view?

We're already eating at Aubergine on Sunday & Jester's on our in-between Jerry tour days... any other ideas?

Anyone eat at LE PRE GRILL or LEMONCELLO?

The menu at Le Banyan sounds very old fashioned French, we want French w/ an experimental chef...

At D'Sens, besides the view, we were so looking forward to the sea urchin (uni) & lobster with cavier appetizer... I am so disappointed.

We were going to order 4 appetizers, 2 desserts plus the French Set Dinner w/ wine w/ each course. :-(

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