Though it's just a toddler in restaurant years, this spot in the Hilton Millennium has already attained the title of best steak house in Bangkok. It all begins with the groundbreaking interior architecture, which skillfully blends sweeping river and city views with the restaurant's open kitchen while still managing to feel intimate—an almost alchemical feat. Start with one of the signature martinis, and move on to the Caesar salad prepared table-side and perhaps a magnificent shellfish platter with fresh, briny oysters and lobster tails. Then there is the meat—whether it's Wagyu beef flown in from Australia or USDA Prime, no expense is spared in the kitchen (or on the bill). The grilling is done over an extremely hot open flame. The wine list is one of the best in the city, but everything is uber-expensive.