Food with a Bangkok view: Red Sky

There are many rooftop bars in Bangkok, restaurants too, but Red Sky has to be one of the best rooftop bars Bangkok has to offer. There are not many quite as grand, or central as Red Sky, on the roof of the Centara Grand at Centralworld.

Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

While it’s not riverside or overlooking one of Bangkok’s grand temples, it is 55 floors up and has 360 degree views of the city – which is particularly photogenic at night.

Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

Up practically at cloud level, it’s incredibly peaceful watching the bustling city go about its business far below you. The streets are a constant flow of headlights and it’s a pleasant feeling to be looking down on the stream of traffic instead of stuck in it.

Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

Because of our rather sophisticated surroundings, it seems only right to start the evening with a martini. A glamorous drink to go with a very glamorous setting.

Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

We’re seated right next to the edge, with a reasonably high clear glass wall next to me. If I stand up I can look over and down to the street below, but it gives me vertigo so I decide to concentrate on the food in front of me. Which is pretty magnificent too.

Tuna Tartare, Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

I start with a tuna tartare, seasoned with delicious chili-infused sesame oil, pine nuts and crunchy pear. The texture and taste is wonderful. My dining partner opts for the Trento beef carpaccio, topped with rocket leaves and Crutin truffle cheese.

For mains, I manage to find room for wagyu beef tenderloin, served with wild mushroom and truffle sauce (they must go through a small fortune’s worth of truffles in this place), while Simon opts for the French duck confit, served with a Cabernet red wine sauce, Sarladaise potatoes and sautéed spinach.

Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralword

And all this quaffed down with a rather exquisite Argentine from Red Sky’s extensive cellar, which stretches from the 55th floor down to the 54th. The Malbec BenMarco, all the way from Mendoza.

More information on Centara’s rooftop dining options here.

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Deborah

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