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Siam Paragon opens Gourmet Garden new dining venue

The newly-opened Gourmet Garden offers the best dishes from all over the world, which can be found at the many fine dining restaurants

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Siam Paragon, Bangkok’s premier lifestyle shopping mall, has opened a new dining experience, The Gourmet Garden, on its G Floor, boasting over 30 fine-dining restaurants and dessert cafes in 8,000 square metres of space.

The newly-opened Gourmet Garden offers the best dishes from all over the world, which can be found at the many fine dining restaurants, including Clinton St. Baking Company, La Creperie, Chili Thai Restaurant, Mugendai Steakhouse, Nara Thai Cuisine, Wang Jia Sha, Town House, Crab and Claw, Vivarium, Another Hound Café, Vanilla Brasserie, Harrods Tea Room, The Mandarin Oriental Shop, Signor Sassi, Amici by Pomodoro, The Grill Tokyo, AOI, Scala Shark Fin Restaurant, Four Season, and Taling Pling.

The Gourmet Garden also boasts a lot of bakeries and tea shops including Gogoku, Bake a Wish, Veganerie, Milch by Milch Japan, Shio Company, Brix Dessert Bar, Whittard of Chelsea, Holy Moly, Homsuwan Pina Pina by Tipco, Snuffle and Melon Story.

Situated on the G Floor, The Gourmet Garden incorporates stunning and state-of-the-art design. Many natural elements and water features have been placed around the dining area as well as gigantic pillars created by renowned designer Korakot Aromdee. An open plan design allows diners to enjoy the views across the courtyard and the natural elements.

The Gourmet Garden” is open daily Siam Paragon, G Floor.

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