Aesop’s, the high-energy Greek dining spot—known for its plate smashing party atmosphere—has migrated from its original Saladaeng district spot to Column Bangkok Hotel.
The new location promises a view over Benjakitti park on the 25th floor rooftop, with interior design taking a cue from Athens. Pop around to check out the high ceilings, marble accents, Greek-style columns, and statues throughout. 
The space stays true to John Gamvros’ Greek style and still encourages a dynamic dining experience. Already known for its parties, Aesop’s ups the ante with live performances Fri-Sat from 9pm onwards with spectacles that include acrobatics and fire shows. The staff are dressed on theme, clad in ancient Greek-like digs. From Thu-Sat, you can expect live DJs sessions to go late. 
Another communal feature of the restaurant is its four-meter gazebo. Along with an eight-meter travertine table and a large sofa, the central dining area offers a great hang-out option for big crowds. The restaurant’s alternative semi-private dining room is available for hosting up to 25 people for a more intimate experience.
The restaurant’s food game is on par with its party rep. The menu boasts Greek classics cuisine like the wagyu beef cheek moussaka, rotating chicken “Gyros” plate, and the 12-hour slow-cooked lamb Kleftiko. Lovers of Mediterranean cuisine and seafood food will also get a kick out of Aesop’s fresh octopus, butterfly cut seabream, oysters, mini skewers, and grilled halloumi cheese.
Pair the dishes with the eatery’s latest tipple, designed by expert mixologists from the GAG Project. Obviously, their Olympus signature cocktails are similarly Greek-themed, inspired by gods of old. Other interesting drinks to keep on the lookout for are their standard cocktails with slight tweaks on the Aesop's Sip and Explore.
25/F Column Bangkok Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 16. 062 567 7751. Open daily, operating times 5pm-midnight.