Where to eat?
Have you heard of Mekhong? It is the name of a great river that lies between Thai-Laos border.
In 1941, it also became the name of Thailand’s first domestically produced branded golden spirit, as there was a dispute with the French concerning the border with Laos along the Mekong River.
Mehkong, a rum-liked Thai spirit, is distilled from around 95% molasses and 5% rice. This is best when mixed with ice. Due to its sweet beautiful taste and aroma, Mekhong is one of the common Thai drinks. It is used in many cocktail, especially sublime summer cocktail, “Thai Sabai”.
On the 3rd floor of Gaysorn Plaza, a shopping mall located on the Ratchaprasong shopping district, in Bangkok, there is a beautiful restaurant serving refined and delicious Thai dishes called “Paste”.
The double-height window panes make an impressive backdrop, while a scattering of showpieces give a final touch to this Thai fine dining restaurant.
Traditional Thai dishes with beautiful creative twists are to be found here. They’ve done a great job in pairing the food with the Mehkong sublime summer cocktail, “Thai Sabai”.
If you would like to try out what I had here, you can directly contact ‘Paste’ restaurant at +66(0)2 656 1003 or its email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The restaurant opens daily
Lunch: Mon – Sun 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm
Dinner: Mon – Sun 6.30 pm – 23.00 pm
Here’s the map https://goo.gl/maps/mZdz528Pw2M2