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For an amorous evening dining by the riverside and being entertained by classical Thai dancers, Sala Rim Naam remains one of Bangkok's classiest dining options. While the food may be spiced down for... Read More
For an amorous evening dining by the riverside and being entertained by classical Thai dancers, Sala Rim Naam remains one of Bangkok's classiest dining options. While the food may be spiced down for foreign palates, it is still a great spot to enjoy a wide range of royal Thai cooking, with classics such as tom yam goong spicy seafood soup or khao soy northern style noodles in yellow curry. The location of Sala Rim Naam is its big draw, set on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, and the restaurant is housed in a traditional Thai pavilion in the northern Lanna architectural style. Additionally, classical Thai dance performances that are featured with dinner here each night are an excellent accompaniment to an elegant night out. As the dining area here is immense, large groups are well catered to as well.
- Best for Group Friendly Because: For traditional Thai food accompanied by dancing in a gorgeous setting, Sala Rim Naam is excellent.
- Best for Bangrak's Best Restaurants Because: For classical Thai food accompanied by a dance show, Sala Rim Naam cannot be beat.
- Best for Waterfront Dining Because: For river views plus traditional dance to go with the food, Sala Rim Naam is a one and only.