Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant Bangkok

Hungry Hong Kong
Wagyu Cote de BoeufDaniel Haddad

Scarlett has always been one of our favourite restaurants in Hong Kong to indulge in French bistro fare. The wine list is impeccable and the steak and cheese selection is sure to please any foodie. While visiting Bangkok we couldn't resist dining at the original Scarlett, located in Hotel G, and knew it would satisfy all our cravings.

Scarlett Bangkok, opened 8 years ago and still stands strong as a firm favourite in the city. We were instantly blown away by the spectacular rooftop views and intimate ambiance perfect for date nights or a weekend evening with friends. Sit on the breezy outdoor terrace with a glass of wine or dine indoors at an intimate candlelit table for a cozy date night.

The varied menu features many classic European dishes, mouthwatering charcuterie, and incredible cuts of beef. Presentation was beautiful and service was friendly and professional and the ambiance will ensure you have an enjoyable and memorable evening.

Recommended dishes include the "Sardines en Boîte" Spanish sardines with toast and salted butter, the "Niçoise Salad" with Spanish tuna, white anchovies, black olives, quail eggs, mesclun salad and basil oil, the Truffle Risotto using Chiang Mai rice with asparagus and mushrooms, the Grilled Whole Mediterranean Sea Bass served with Meuniere sauce, the "Le Confit de Canard" Duck leg confit, sautéed potatoes, the "Beef & Tomato Ragout" using Angus beef which is slow-cooked for 8 hours and served with confit tomatoes, herbs, bacon and macaroni, and the 4-6 Weeks Dry Aged Australian Wagyu Cote de Boeuf which was cooked to perfection. Finish with their Gluten Free 70% Valrhona Chocolate Palet with Crunchy praline for a satisfying end.

Highly recommended when staying in bustling Bangkok.

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