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100 Stories: “We shall not cease from exploration”

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”

Sit down and get comfortable at Chef’s Table.
From iconic balconies to your own private dining pods you will notice the State Tower architecture has been transformed. Double height curved windows now wrap around you, offering an experience of floating in the night sky, far above the magic and madness of Bangkok.

Allow your eyes to travel around the room.
Take in the sensual luxury of the Carrara marble cooking station, the drama of the golden stupa hood, the focused friendly interaction of the chefs as they create art…

Your eyes will journey and fall upon all the elegant curved walls of the restaurant.
Finished with hand painted wallpaper imported from The Designers Guild in England. One special wall is lined with a canvas impression of Monet’s impressionist Water Lilies of Giverny.

The private dining room is lined with exotic burl timber veneers echoing the luxurious interior of a Bentley limousine.

The lighting throughout the restaurant subtly and simply enhances the opulent space and spotlights the star of the show – the food – while crystalline alcove lights add glitter and glamour. Dripping from the six-metre high bay windows is a world first: an optical fire curtain mirroring the starry night sky.

The bathrooms are a surprise, with luxurious with floor to ceiling golden tiles with floors made from slabs of imported Italian Carrara marble. Every rest room as private full length window views across the city night skyline.

Perfect, as they say, is indeed in the detail