Thiptara: A feast for all the senses

To truly experience the best of The Peninsula Bangkok, you must dine at their Thai restaurant, Thiptara.

Thiptara, meaning “water from the heavens,” serves home-style cuisine in a one of a kind riverside dining setting which combines traditional village-like architecture with lush tropical greenery.

From the sun setting into the night, the glow of the lights from the fire torches and the cityscape gorgeously reflect along the river.


Dinner Only

Serving dinner only, the restaurant’s menu selection offers the best of Thai cuisine from starters all the way to desserts. As soon as you sit down, you are treated to bites to open up your palate. There is something about Thai flavors that make you hungrier as you eat.

The friendly and detailed attention of the servers adds to the enjoyment of the meal, as they pace the courses of your orders for a more luxurious evening.

Every bite and sip of the meal take in the quality of the authentic flavors as well as the beauty of the riverside surroundings.

A night at Thiptara is truly an unforgettable feast for all the senses.

The entrance to Thiptara. Dramatically lit at night with a torch to draw in guests
A local musician greets guests with serene sounds perfect for dinner along the river
Outdoor dining. Open air, private dining areas and tables along the river create a one-of-kind atmosphere
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The glow of the lights at night add to the dining experience
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Specialty cocktails to set the mood. Perfect to start the night and take in the reflections of the night on the river
Miang Kham. Dried shrimp, roasted coconut, roasted peanut, shallot, ginger, and lime wrapped with betel leaf. Served with palm sauce
Yum Ma-Muang Pla Krob. Spicy green mango salad with crispy sea bass
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Som Tum. Papaya salad with dried shrimps, nuts, and cherry tomatoes
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Satay Gai Rue Moo. Thai spice marinated pork satay with peanut sauce
Kor Moo Yang. Grilled marinated pork neck with chili paste dip
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Poo Jaa. Crabmeat and minced pork filled in crab shell, with chili sauce
Phad Phak-Ka-Nah-Moo Grob. Wok-fried kale with crispy pork
Gaeng Phed Ped Yang. Roasted duck simmered in red curry, with sweet basil


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