BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Thiptara

Open-air pavilions surrounded by gardens and furnished with with antiques and traditional artworks.

Thiptara means water from the heavens in Thai, a fitting name for the open-air pavilions surrounded by gardens and furnished with with antiques and traditional artworks. The kitchen serves up traditional dishes from Thailand’s different regions, such as the restaurant’s signature dishes gaeng phend ped yang (roasted duck in red curry) and pla hima sam rod (deep fried snow fish with spicy, sweet and sour sauce). 

Thiptara means water from the heavens in Thai, a fitting name for the open-air pavilions surrounded by gardens and furnished with with antiques and traditional artworks. The kitchen serves up traditional dishes from Thailand’s different regions, such as the restaurant’s signature dishes gaeng phend ped yang (roasted duck in red curry) and pla hima sam rod (deep fried snow fish with spicy, sweet and sour sauce). 

Venue Details
Address: Thiptara, The Peninsula Bangkok, 333 Charoen Nakorn, Bangkok, 10600 Thailand
Phone: 02-861-2888
Website: http://bangkok.peninsula.com/en/fine-dining/thiptara-thai-restaurant
Area: Riverside, Klongsan
Cuisine: Thai
Opening hours: daily 6-10:30pm
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