One of Bangkok's hippest drinking spots is worth checking out for dinner as well. The menu hops from sashimi to cheeseburgers to fried wontons, but the best choices are the pasta dishes, such as homemade ravioli. Seared foie gras atop a toasted brioche is good, too. The place is dark, trendy, and modern; for a better atmosphere, you might choose to dine in the bar area downstairs, where many patrons come just for delicious pre- or post-dinner cocktails.
The Ascott, Levels 1–2, 187 S. Sathorn Rd., Bangkok, 10120, Thailand