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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Rain Tree Café

A modern interpretation of Thai neo-colonial interior decor fills three separate but complementary spaces with a healthy dose of natural light to keep things homey. Gourmet buffets for lunch and dinner packed with affluent clientele go well with the bygone charm of Wireless Road’s centenary trees and posh Grand Rama V-style villas outside. You’ll find the typical high-end buffet fare here: grilled lobster, foie gras and decadent desserts.

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Phone: 02-650-8800
Rain Tree Café, Plaza Athenee, 61 Wireless Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

daily 6-10:30am, noon-2:30pm, 6am-10:30pm
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