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Waterfront restaurant recalls Bangkok’s culinary traditions

The restaurant takes over a house built in the early 20th century as a residence for the high-ranking bureaucrat Phraya Mahai Savanya.

Mandarin Oriental’s teak wood shuttle boat took us, a company of eight journalists and well-versed foodies, from the hotel’s pier to another part of its premises just across the Chao Phraya River.

We have been familiar with the venue, which encompasses the spa and Sala Rim Naam restaurant. But this would be the first time we get to step into the century-old, gingerbread-style house that has been an iconic landmark of the property.

It would be for a totally new culinary experience, a refined Thai cuisine dinner in the warm and genteel setting of an aristocratic residence.

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