From sumptuous exclusive menus at our award-winning and altitude-defying restaurants and bars to watching the spectacular fireworks display from the most exclusive seats in the city to the iconic Bangkok Ball Drop counting down to the new year, The Dome at lebua is the only place to ring in 2018.
The countdown to the new year has already begun and The Dome at lebua, long considered the pinnacle of fine dining in Southeast Asia, is offering one-night-only menus at each of its restaurants to celebrate in true epicurean style. But space at these enviable elevated locations are limited and fast running out.
Chef Ryuki Kawasaki’s exquisitely choreographed eight-course gastronomic experience (Bt25,999 ++ person) at the Mezzaluna on the 65th floor includes Brittany Blue Lobster with veal sweetbread, macaroni, Paris mushroom, and lobster bisque with Cognac; Dover Sole with Hard clams, lily bulbs, baby leek, and Perigord black truffles, and Japanese Matsusaka Beef with endives cannelloni with wild mushrooms, artichoke and black truffles.
Under the stars on the 63rd floor, the world’s highest alfresco restaurant, Sirocco offers a sweeping panorama of the magical cityscape below and an exceptional eight-course Mediterranean menu (Bt21,999++) by Chef Sebastien Pinson with highlights such as New Boston Lobster Tortellini, cauliflower puree, brown butter, in a Champagne-lime froth; Artichoke & Alba White Truffle Risotto with a wild mushroom casserole, and shallot cream, and French Quail with roasted chestnut stuffing, squash puree, wild cherries, and Sangiovese sauce.
At the stunning open-air Breeze on the 52nd floor, where design and service come together high above the Bangkok skyline, Chef Sam Pang’s exquisite Pan-Asian culinary journey (Bt23,999++) takes in Shanghai-Style Roasted Barbarie Duck, apple wood smoked, golden egg yolk pancake and AmStur Royal caviar; Silver Pomfret Fish in a wrap, served with steamed Chaozhou style sour vegetables, and Japanese Wagyu Beef ‘côte de boeuf’ among other Asian delicious delights.
Sumptuous seven-course menus are also available at Distil and Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar. At Distil, diners can enjoy Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio, Black Truffle Agnolotti, and Salted Bush Lamb Rack, while the latter offers Fassona Veal Tartare, Mediterranean Cod ‘Brandade’ and Canadian Lobster Noisette among other delightful delicacies.
For those looking to join the celebrations just for drinks, packages are also available at Flute Bar (THB 30,000++ per couple with one bottle of Perrier-Jouët, Cuvée Belle Epoque, Brut Champagne and premium canapés); Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar (THB 8,999 ++ per person which includes 4 signature cocktails), Distil (THB 8,999++ per person which includes 2 Glasses of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne); Sky Bar (THB 7,999++ per person which includes 2 Glasses of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne); and Vantage Point (THB 7,999++, per person which includes 2 glasses of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne).
Continuing the now annual tradition, the iconic Bangkok Ball Drop will once again put the city on the map of year-end celebrations around the world. Suspended 872 feet in the air and visible for more than a mile across the city, the Bangkok Ball Drop at lebua is the highest in the world. It broke the world record for the highest ball drop when it was unveiled in 2013, surpassing the Times Square Ball Drop in New York. At midnight the seven-foot ball will descend 49 feet from above Sirocco. Made in Thailand by a team of 50 engineers and craftsmen who factor altitude, wind gusts and visibility into the construction, the ball weighs in at 1.2 tons. It consists of a steel frame of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons, covered with a translucent fabric, and includes 2,950 LED lights, and 50 strobe lights.
With its incomparable vantage points, the record-breaking Ball Drop, exceptional menus, and the best seats in the house for the spectacular fireworks display, New Year's Eve at The Dome at lebua is an event not to be missed.
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