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Situated on the Chao Phraya across from Wat Arun, the Deck offers vivid views of one of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples. The restaurant’s Thai and international cuisine has made it a popular spot for tourists exploring historic Rattanakosin Island.
A diverse range of Thai and European dishes gives the restaurant its wide appeal. Of the former, king river prawns deep-fried in garlic or served in a zesty pla kung salad is a definite highlight. On the international side, sauteed New Zealand mussels with spicy sauce is recommended as is ravioli trio. The latter is generously stuffed with goose liver, truffle and ricotta with tiger prawn, and this rather large dish is great for sharing. Fish lovers should try grilled red snapper with lemon and dill sauce accompanied by sweet grilled vegetables. Sweet endings are plentiful; millefeuille with strawberries and mascarpone mousse and tiramisu make pleasantly light dessert options.
36-38 SOI PRATU NOK YUNG, MAHARAT RD, BANGKOK 10200, TEL: 0-2221-9158

Reservations: Recommended for dinner
Dress Code: Casual but no shorts
Lunch: 11:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: 6:00pm-10:00pm
Closed: Open daily

Buffet/Brunch: No
Vegetarian Dishe: 5-10
Corkage: 300-500 baht
Amenities: Separate bar, private rooms for 20-40 people
Private Parking: No
Car Valet: No
Credit cards: Yes

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