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Jun 11. 2019
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From restaurants mentioned in the Michelin Guide to street food eateries, Iconsiam is set to become an all-in-one culinary journey.

Stretching from the basement to the sixth floor, the seven dining zones include Sook Siam on the G Floor, the Veranda on the 4th Floor, Siam Takashimaya Rose Dining –Dining on 4th, Dining on 5th and Alangkarn and Tassananakorn on the 6th Floor.

Sook Siam zone on G floor offers authentic Thai street flavours from all four regions including heritage recipes that have been passed down through the generations as well as revived rare local menus. The vast array of food choices sits alongside by a wide selection of local handicrafts. 

Up on the fourth floor, the Veranda zone is packed with Asian cuisine offered by 10 restaurants and 12 dessert cafes. The interior boasts a Midsummer Night Dream theme with a lush vertical garden and artificial waterfall. Among the gourmet outlets are Singaporean seafood restaurant Jumbo Seafood, Nippon Kai Market with authentic Japanese cuisine, fusion creations at Hub Cafe and Eateries, Tapas by Nan Charcoal Grill, beef and pork noodles at Neur Koo, Hong Kong-style dim sum at Zeng Tao and Thai cuisine at Taling Pling. 

Japanese food lovers can indulge themselves at Siam Takashimaya Rose Dining, located in Siam Takashimaya department store . Kamui Hokkaido Dining serves sizzling fusion teppanyaki from Hokkaido while Katsukura is a legendary tonkatsu eatery from Kyoto. Kissyan offers premium shabu-shabu and Masa by Otaru Masazushi serves premium omasake sushi.

Dining on the 4th combines well-established everyday favourites such as Bar B Q Plaza, Evaime Shabu Shabu, Food Republic, Fire Tiger Bubble Milk Tea and S&P.

Occupying the balcony of the fifth floor is the Dining on the 5th with a view of Chao Phraya. The cuisine choices range from Cantonese by Hong Bao, seafood by Laem Charoen Seafood and Thai cuisine by Kab Kao Kab Pla, Nara Thai Cuisine, and Baan Ice as well as hot pots by MK Live.

On the sixth floor, the Alangkarn zone offers a wide selection of international restaurants and cafes, ranging from Thai, Chinese, Japanese, to Indian and French. Eat buffet style at CP-HiLai Harbour Restaurant or treat yourself to a bowl of noodles at Yuzu Ramen. Yayoi brand launches its first Yayoi Chef Experience and Sushi Bar offers terrific sushi and Lay Lao is a good stop if you’re looking for Thai specialities with authentic flavours. Contemporary Indian menus can be found at Masala Art.

Also on the sixth floor is Tasana Nakorn Terrace where gourmands can both enjoy food and the river view. Hobs and Fallabella River Front offers perfect dinner with good food and live music every night.

From tomorrow (June 12) until July 21, every Bt1,000 spent per receipt at the seven dining zones will get Bt300 cashback while VIZ members also get Bt100 gift card. One Siam Kasikorn Thai credit cardholders will also receive free Bt200 Starbucks gift card. And for every Bt2,000 spent per receipt on June 17 and 27 and July 7 and 17 you get a Bt700 Siam Gift card, plus a Bt100 Takashimaya gift card exclusively for One Siam Kasikorn Thai credit cardholders. 

The first 120 top spenders in the dining zones win a chance to join an up-close meet-and-greet with four celebrities from TV series “Krong Kam” namely Jirayu Tangsrisuk, Thakrit Tawanwong, Chanatip Pothongkam and Vachirawit Paisarmkulwongs on July 31.


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