Private Dining at On The Roof at Novotel Phuket Kamala Beach

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On The RoofDaniel Haddad

Novotel Phuket’s stunning rooftop dining destination, On The Roof, is an idyllic spot to witness the sunset and enjoy a memorable evening during your stay on the popular holiday island. We glided to the top floor in their sleek elevator and found ourselves on a stylish and intricately lit rooftop bar and restaurant. You could choose to stand beside a casual bar top, sink into a cozy couch, or dine at the formal tables offering front row seats to the panoramic views. The menu featured decadent seafood, juicy steaks, and delectable Thai fare favourites of which included the “Chicken Satay” Chargrilled Chicken Skewers marinated in Coconut Milk, Turmeric and Herbs, served with Pickled Cucumber and Thai Peanut Sauce, the Fresh Chargrilled Prawns marinated in Thai Herbs and Spicy Lime Sauce and the Grilled Pork Chop with Baby Carrots, Tomatoes and Grilled Vegetables served with Mushroom Sauce and Fries. They also offered a variety of handcrafted cocktails, fresh fruit shakes, and a varied wine selection. Service was impeccable allowing us to fully enjoy the memorable dining experience. We would also highly recommend this space for events, parties, and weddings. The sprawling rooftop offers indoor and outdoor dining and seating areas, a interactive games area, and engaging bar. You could enjoy a fun and lively evening with friends and family celebrating a birthday or special event while the venue caters mouthwatering fare and refreshing drinks for the whole party. If you’re in search of a rooftop bar or dinner we loved our meal as a family at On The Roof.

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