Long Table – Bangkok’s Preeminent Thai restaurant

Long Table has since its inception, established itself as Bangkok’s preeminent Thai restaurant and a unique venue transforming diner’s perception of the local cuisine. A must-visit for locals and visitors alike, the promise of an exhilarating dining and entertainment experience, overlooking the sparkling vista of Bangkok’s cityscape, has kept guests consistently coming back since 2009.

I vividly remember the very first time visiting Long Table in 2009 when Long Table was just inaugurated. It’s my number one hangout venue! The panoramic view of Asok just took my breath away! It’s the first successful rooftop restaurant and bar. I loved it and still love it. ~ Chelsea Chan

A pioneering hot spot, Long Table was created as the world’s first “Destination Thai Restaurant”, based around the awe-inspiring sight of the longest existing restaurant dining table anywhere to be found. The long table is more than just a mere decorative feature. It is a centrepiece where guests can enjoy their meal in a communal spirit. Communal dining is rarely associated with fine dining but Long Table breaks this misconception – as well as enhancing the perception of Thai food here in Bangkok to the level it has achieved around the world of being a highly sought after, delicious and stylish cuisine.

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The sophisticated establishment delivers Thai inspired cuisine with a menu consisting of traditional dishes, offered with a creative and distinctive twist. Inventive and unexpected ingredients are combined with traditional ways of cooking, whilst incorporating a modern approach and innovative presentation. With dining just one part of Long Table’s appeal, the stunning, trendsetting interior plays its part in creating an environment perfect for the enjoyment of delicious cocktails and the widest selection of drinks, music spun by an array of progressive and sought-after DJs, and the best opportunity to sit back, relax and gaze out over the magnificent view.

Long Table - Bangkok's preeminent Thai restaurant

With its location atop the 25th floor of Ratchada Road’s impressive Column Tower, the venue is complemented by an equally prominent bar and terrace that looks out onto a dazzling landscape of the Bangkok skyline, with Lake Ratchada at its base. This is the perfect spot for those interested in a casual visit, affording guests the best opportunity in the city to appreciate a spot of people watching, accompanied by a delightful selection of snacks and treats, from early evening until late at night.

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Dinner Set Menu

Once called the ‘Destination Thai Restaurant’, I’ve tried the latest dinner set menu at Long Table. This dinner set menu is a taste of the most popular Thai dishes using quality produces and harvests sourced in Thailand.


Mix Prawn 2 Ways
Steamed prawn served with spicy coconut milk and lemongrass soup
Crispy prawn salad with green mango salad

The soup would have tasted better if a bit more lime juice was used to balance the thickness of the coconut milk. The prawn tasted fresh and bouncy. It was an appetizing starter for a Thai meal. The crispy prawn was best to eat with the green mango salad whose sauce was favoursome with a balanced flavour of sweetness, sourness and saltiness.

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Main Course

Grilled Wagyu beef sirloin with sauteed spinach and mushroom served with creamy black pepper and bacon, mushroom sauce and fried onion ring
Grilled sea bass fillet with mixed vegetables and white wine sauce

I chose the Wagyu beef sirloin for the main course. The Wagyu beef sirloin was grilled just right leaving scrumptious, tender and juicy. The sauce added an extra layer of savoury flavour to the meat.

Long Table - Bangkok's preeminent Thai restaurant


Mango with sticky rice and fried mung beans

Mango with sticky rice is a traditional Thai dessert that both locals and foreigners love. Despite choosing the best mango for the dessert, the soul of this dessert was the coconut milk. Its moderate sweetness and saltiness added a delicious flavour to the sticky rice and mango. It’s lovely!

Long Table - Bangkok's preeminent Thai restaurant

Long Table is open for drinks from 5 pm – 2 am each day. Dinner is served between the hours of 6 pm and 10.45 pm, although there is a snack menu available until 1.40 am.

Who in Gourmet Bangkok team experienced this 3-course dinner set menu at Long Table?

Chelsea Chan ~ A food lover, golfer, fun lover, and adventurer
Chelsea ChanChelsea was born in Hong Kong and is a genuine food lover. Her palate is especially sharp on Cantonese food, delicacies from Hong Kong and meat (especially beef, chicken and lamb). She is able to taste how the food is cooked and prepared. Besides, she is also a pro buffet gourmet because of her unlimited appetite. When she says ‘too sweet’, it may not be sweet for you as her preference for chocolate is 72++ dark chocolate.

Jeknoi Changpuak ~ A lifestyle journalist, sharp brain, and Chinese guru
Jeknoi was born in Taiwan and is a linguist. Ever since joining the Gourmet Bangkok Team, he has been contributing to our Chinese articles. He is a professional journalist and interviews successful businessmen and special persons for his column in various Chinese newspapers published in Taiwan. He is the owner and founder of 泰國菁菁寮 Jeknoi Changpuak.

Will Gourmet Bangkok recommend Long Table?

Absolutely. Long Table is not only a beautiful place for authentic Thai food, but it is also an exciting place for spending a fabulous night with friends over cocktails, splendid wine and liquor.

I highly recommend you to sit by the swimming pool to spend a wonderful, wild night with your friends!  ~ Chelsea

Where is Long Table?

Long Table
Address: 48 Sukhumvit Soi 16, Klong Toei Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Phone: +662 302 2557

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