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May 11, 2018

The highest fine dining venue in Bangkok, Mezzaluna is a stunning mix of spectacular wines, breathtaking views and tantalizing Asian & European food.

Residing in the steamy stratosphere above Bangkok, Mezzaluna is officially the highest restaurant in the city. Unlike many spectacularly-elevated venues which rely on the sights outside their window to impress, the view at Mezzaluna is matched by a mastery of the culinary arts and the pouring of world class wines.  We simply must start with the view, though. Located on the 65th floor of the lebua at State Tower Hotel, Mezzaluna’s view is a curvaceous 180-degree beauty, featuring scenes of Bangkok’s wide Chao Phraya River and streams of sparkling skyscrapers. As previously mentioned, this breathtaking scene is matched only by the fare being freshly made in Mezzaluna’s stunning open kitchen. Sourcing the best seasonal ingredients (often times organic), Mezzaluna also opts for homemade whenever it can, with many of the tantalizing pickled, dried, cured and grilled ingredient accents created on-site. The menu beautifully evolves each and every day, but always includes luxurious European and Asian flavors, with a recent tasting menu including kegani crab from Japan, turbot fish from Brittany, and lamb from Spain’s Pyrenees mountains. Each and every dish is paired with the perfect wine to enhance the experience, showcasing a collection that has been curated from the finest vineyards around the globe. If you fancy a cocktail though, Mezzaluna can make that happen, shaking up spirits with some of the best in the city. Photo credit –