A market-inspired restaurant aiming higher than your regular hotel Thai fare.
Taking over the full fourth floor of the new Hyatt Regency (BTS Nana), Market Cafe one-ups other hotel Thai restaurants through its menu of regional dishes that don't hold back on fiery flavors.
Skip the buffet for flavorful fare like the yum som-o goong (spicy pomelo salad with prawns, B200), gang pu bai cha plu (crabmeat yellow curry with betel leaf, B380), and gaeng lueang (spicy-sour curry soup with seabass, B320).
Embrace your inner tourist to finish with a spot-on mango sticky rice (B180)—we won't judge.
It's all served up in a tasteful blend of dark wood, shimmering copper and decor touches that give nods to traditional kitchenware.
Stay tuned in March for the opening of Spectrum, a cocktail bar and restaurant occupying the top three floors of the hotel featuring design from Tokyo's Super Potato.