Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park introduces The Siam Tea Room

The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park has opened The Siam Tea Room, a restaurant, bakery and café, next to Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River at Asiatique The Riverfront.

The Siam Tea Room is set in a two-storey wooden building with indoor and alfresco seating areas, a banqueting facility, a private dining room and views of the river.

Available for event buyouts, the entire restaurant can hold 400 pax in a cocktail setting, or 277 pax seated. Prices start from 300,000++ baht (US$8,532) based on a three-hour event from Mondays to Thursdays, and live cooking stations can also be arranged for events with a minimum than 50 pax.

The restaurant also offers suitable spaces for smaller gatherings, such as the private dining room for eight, which can be booked for 10,000++ baht based on three-hour event.

The menu is traditionally Thai, and based on recipes passed down by head chef Anukool “Aony” Poolpipat’s grandmother. Signature dishes include a spicy and sour pomelo salad with mango, fluffy fried fish, sweet pork and orange zest; BBQ free-range pork ribs with tamarind glaze and ground roasted rice; and crab curry with betel leaves and vermicelli noodles.

The Siam Tea Room at Asiatique The Riverfront is the world’s second Siam Tea Room, following the original venue at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, which opened in 2016 and has won multiple awards,

This dining destination also forms part of a trio of culinary and social venues at Asiatique The Riverfront, along with Sirimahannop, the reimagined tall ship that sailed between Thailand and the world in the early 1900s; and The Crystal Grill House, a steak and seafood restaurant that recaptures the spirit of an enchanting era.

The Siam Tea Room is easily accessible by road and river, including shuttle boat services from the pier next to Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station.

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