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IGNIV Bangkok/The St. Regis Bangkok

15 most romantic restaurants for daytime dating in Bangkok

Explore the city’s most romantic venues during sunlit hours.

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Time Out Bangkok editors
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Restaurants on Valentine’s Day are usually booked out, especially past the sunset hour.  This means late planners would be hard-pressed to reserve a good spot for the occasion, and that may somehow lead to an argument with your boo—oops.

But worry not, as there’s no law that says you should celebrate Valentine’s under a moonlit sky. Bangkok is full of amazing venues that can also be romantic even during the day. And since Valentine’s Day this year falls on a Sunday, you can even spend it with your significant other from dusk till dawn! Here are the restaurants where you can be all lovey-dovey at any time of the day.

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  • Restaurants
  • Charoenkrung

This afternoon tea lounge at the Mandarin Oriental is perfect for literature-loving couples. Together, you can revel in the history of this elegant room, which was visited by many famous international writers in the late 19th century.

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  • Sathorn

If you want something more traditional, Celadon’s sala Thai-inspired architecture and timeless specialties are right up your alley. After the meal, you can even make like newlyweds and take pictures by the gorgeous lotus pond.

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  • Restaurants
  • Seafood
  • Phloen Chit

The classy and minimalist decor at this Park Hyatt Bangkok dining outlet is the perfect backdrop for courtship during the day. Grab a poolside spot or one of the discreet booths to indulge in PDA without shame. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Ratchadamri
  • price 3 of 4

Mirrored walls and garden views add chic elegance to your date at this Waldorf Astoria restaurant. The space has made a full turn to home-style Thai cuisine and food-loving couples can now dig into a whole new line-up.

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  • Restaurants
  • Indian
  • Watthana

Start off V-Day with a cheery brunch at this canteen-themed Indian restaurant by Chef Garima Arora. Their hearty specials and spice-heavy fare will give you the energy to go on celebrating for the rest of the day.

** Set to reopen on October 1 onwards

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Ratchadamri
  • price 4 of 4

This dining spot at the St. Regis may be expansive, but the spaced-out seating does allow for privacy. During the day, the entire dining room is lit up by sunlight, injecting date a cheery and lighthearted feel to your date—and allowing for better photos.

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Langsuan

Ms.Jigger boasts class and sophistication all the way, from the stylish furniture to the modish dishes. We recommend the porch seating where romancing is graced by the warm sun.

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  • Restaurants
  • Thai
  • Sathorn

The quiet setting and modernized Ayutthaya-style interiors make this Michelin-recognized restaurant a great spot for nurturing intimacy between lovebirds. Try to book a poolside table for more privacy.

  • Restaurants
  • Thai
  • Ratchaprasong

At this Michelin-starred restaurant, curved booth-like seats allow couples to enjoy great food and intimate dining without feeling self-conscious. And talking about food, oh yum-yum!

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Rang Mahal
Rang Mahal

Rang Mahal

Going on a Valentine’s Day lunch at an Indian restaurant may be a bit unusual (well, eating can get messy), but let Rang Mahal be an exception. lt shows that you have great taste in food and good knowledge on old-school eateries in the city. And it shows that you don’t take yourself seriously when you laugh off curry dribbling down your chin.

Sava
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Sava

This spot at The EmQuartier is a great choice if your V-Day plan involves shopping. Take a small break from your spending spree for a few good reasons: delicious comfort food, a stylish ambience, and easy accessibility.

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  • Restaurants
  • Tea rooms
  • Phloen Chit

If your beloved doesn’t suffer from acrophobia, take him or her to the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige and make them weak-kneed—with love, affection and food, obviously! The glass walls provide a breathtaking view of the city and the food is hot stuff.

  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Chula-Samyan

At this popular fine-dining restaurant, tables surround a spectacular central tower lined with glass bottles. During the day, sunlight hits these bottles causing them to glisten. Imagine sharing a delicious meal, holding hands and letting your love shine so bright.

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White Shuffle
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White Shuffle

The fact that this eatery is hard to get to—it’s located deep within Soi Sukhumvit 34—will tell your date that you’re willing to go to lengths just to find a romantic hideout. The place itself is impressive—decked out in marble extravaganza—and the food is great, too.

** Currently opening for delivery only

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