Time Out says
French cuisine and amazing cocktails in a Prohibition-style setting
While the decor takes you almost a century back, the music, in contrast, at this multi-level speakeasy is modern all the way; DJs play house on the rooftop (25th floor) and pop tunes on the 24th floor. The cuisine tweaks French fare with Asian inflections. Get the best of both worlds with grosses crevettes and foie gras poêlé, vermicelle chinoise (large prawn, foie gras and Chinese noodles, B270), an unforgettable dish that’s big enough to share. If you want a dish all to yourself, try the Noix de St Jacques en papillote de risotto, emulsion au parmesan (poached scallops risotto in parmesan sauce, B300), or melon rôti, filet de caille en feuille de choux chinois et jambon de Serrano (quail with Chinese cabbage and parma ham, B260). Dessert is definitely a must; the chef recommends the tarte au citron déstructuré (deconstructed lemon tart, B240). Grab a table by the edge of the terrace to enjoy the best views of Bangkok’s city lights as you sip classic concoctions like Gin & Sin (Broker’s gin, fresh lemon juice, orange juice and grenadine, B330), or Hemingway’s Daiquiri (Appleton white rum, maraschino, grapefruit, B330).
Soi Lungsuan, Lumpini