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S$271 - S$271
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European, Contemporary
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Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
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Perched on the 65th floor of the Lebua Hotel, Mezzaluna offers sky-high and breathtaking views. Toast to the high life at Sky Bar before settling in fo...
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Two MICHELIN Stars: Excellent cooking, worth a detour!
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Thank you mezzaluna team for making my birthday so special day! I was surprised with birthday cake that restaurant arranged themselves to congratulate me. Absolutely it is place that everyone has to experience to.

Date of visit: June 2024
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Amazing Service, we had a seven course menu and the staff made us feel very special during the evening. I will definitely book Mezzaluna again on my next trip to Bangkok.

Date of visit: May 2024
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Reviewed 29 March 2024 via mobile

One of our go-to fine dining restaurants in bangkok. French cooking with japanese influences by a japanese chef Big turnover of staff since we were last here 2 years ago and more local thai staff now Only 1 set menu, though some choices in some...of the courses. There are optional extras too and we usually have the giant japanese oysters Every course is very good to excellent. Service very good too The only small downside is how pricey it is, including the wines. And the oysters. THB13,000 per pax. Oh and they use too much dettol in the washroomMore

Date of visit: March 2024
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Reviewed 19 January 2024 via mobile

High above the clutter of the busy streets we had the most amazing exoerience. The tasting menu with wine pairing was spot on for every course. The someliere was just fabulous, the chefs meals works of art and taste. Can not go wrong visiting here....Greetings from Norway.More

Date of visit: January 2024
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Reviewed 19 October 2023

We dined at Mezzaluna along with friends as part of our anniversary celebrations and had a wonderful experience; both culinary as well as sensory. To start with the staff and setting of the restaurant is outstanding. The sommelier and the maitre d' were most attentive,...charming and polite, as were the servers. The food was of course incredible and and a wonderful experience. We had in our group a couple of food restrictions, some of which we had informed them in advance while the others came up spontaneously, but they managed each of those with great ease and delighted us. My only mild disappointment relates to the overpriced wines. Overall, a great restaurant.More

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed 31 May 2023

I was very hesitant to book this restaurant due to the many negative reviews here on TripAdvisor, but we decided last minutes to make a booking thru the concierge of our hotel for the next day dinner. After fighting the traffic, we made it to...the very underwhelming lobby with the smelly toilet of the supposedly a very luxury hotel. Not the best first impression to be honest. We were then escorted to the restaurant. As we were already late from the traffic, we were escorted directly to the table. The staff was extremely attentive and carefully explained the menu clearly. We opt for the wine pairing with upgrade, as well as the oysters. My mom cannot speak English, so they assigned one of the Thai waitress to explain the menu as well as how to eat each dish for her which we were thankful. We love almost all the dishes, except the fish one. The wine pairing was also perfect. The highlight of the night however is the Oysters. I am not an oyster fan but they were massive and taste beautiful. All in all it was lovely dining experience. It was expensive but very well worth it.More

Date of visit: April 2023
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Reviewed 28 March 2023 via mobile

We visited on a Friday night and had the degustation with the wine pairing, as well as the extra caviar course. One of us also opted for the wine upgrade. Unfortunately our cab had set us down in the back of the building and not...the main entrance and for a few confused minutes we were wondering how a Michelin starred restaurant could exist in a place that was a filthy, low end mall with people squatting in the corridors. We eventually found our way to the elevator bank (no signs, just kind people pointing us in the direction) where we were greeted by friendly staff who took us up. Firstly, the ambience. A very nice view, but let down by the very, very dated interior. It looks like the early 90s with old carpets to match. Certainly needs an overhaul (or to completely close, judging by the dinner we had). Out of all the staff, we enjoyed the Somme and his wonderful stories about the wine he poured us. The extra star in this review is for him alone. He definitely made the dinner lively and interesting. We had a lot of trouble understanding the rest of the staff as they explained each course. We understand language differences, so it would have helped having the menu on the table. One waiter made sure to remind us of the price of dinner, the price of the caviar course we chose (which was average) and the price of the wine upgrade (after pushing for the upsell). It was rude and about as off putting as some of the food we were served. The food was underwhelming at best. Fried components of some courses tasted of stale oil and ruined the entire dish. I did like the sea snail course, beautifully presented however it too had small discs of fried garlic bread which tasted only of the stale oil it was fried in. Similarly there was a thin, fried sphere that only tasted of stale oil. Most courses lacked balance, and I felt some were served at the wrong temperature. The delicious sweet prawns were drowned in unnecessary sauces. The breads served were cold and dry, with one bread literally inedible as it was impossible to even pull apart. I wish I was exaggerating. Even airlines serve their bread warm and soft. The butter, normally a treat at restaurants like this, was strange- it was definitely frozen then thawed, resulting in a telltale texture and colour; and very, very salty. We were informed it was butter from France. Nowhere in France would butter like this be served. In conclusion, the only 2 stars this place deserves is here on TripAdvisor and not in the Michelin guide. 1 star if it wasn't for the Somme and his excellent wines. The food was of poor standard, with the most basic details overlooked. 100% would NOT recommend.More

Date of visit: March 2023
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Reviewed 8 March 2023 via mobile

Perhaps 2-Michelin star flavors are over my head, but for a total price for 2 people that exceeded a couple of stellar meals this week at Lahnyai Nusara and Paii (Sathorn)…I didn’t feel like this was worth it. Let’s get into it… 1. Food: ingredients...were pricey. Lots of truffles. Golden trout roe. Caviar. Fois Gras. Japanese A5 wagyu. And the preparation was meticulous. Fish that was poached then seared…and on and on. I could see the effort and quality materials. What I didn’t get was the flavor balance. For example, the “Amaebi” (sweet prawn, endive, mandarin, yuzu, golden trout roe) - felt like it was trying too hard. The yuzu and endive overpowered the other flavors and you were left with something quite tart and sharp. The breads were inventive with flavor (seaweed roll, almond) but were perhaps a little dry. Wagyu was cooked perfectly, which I would expect for the quality of the establishment, portion sizes were small (it is Michelin star quantity) but honestly - overall, I was underwhelmed by the food. 2. Service: about what you would expect at a Michelin Star restaurant. Friendly, professional, efficient, they moved at our dining pace (which is quick) - clearly explained the dishes and preparation. 3. Decor: Mezzaluna is located on the top floor of the Lebua hotel…which itself is a bit dated. You could tell it was once a star but it’s now faded a bit. That said, we were greeted enthuastically in the lobby by a number of hosts/hostesses by the elevator banks and again when we got to the top floor. When we left, one of the hostesses recommended we stop at the 52 floor to take pictures at one of the many rooftop bars…it was a clear night and I have to admit - it was a nice view. Lebua occupies a coveted spot near/overlooking the river. We met one very enthusiastic attendant who could have been an amateur photographer - he took so many nice shots of us on the balcony overlooking the city/river. We didn’t have any alcohol because the night we went was a major Buddhist holiday and they refrain from serving alcohol - the mocktails were North American prices ($25 USD each) Overall - 3 stars…. Good - but given the relative price (8000 THB each + VAT + Service) our total bill came to 22,000 THB…for that price - you can have many, many stellar meals in Bangkok.More

Date of visit: March 2023
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Reviewed 12 January 2023 via mobile

Food was great, the service was good but the music of the bar below totally ruined our experience. There is a Harp playing in the restaurant, however you cant hear the harp as owner of the building is prioritizing the experience of the bar customer...enjoying super loud EDM music on the floor below versus the experience of the guest in the restaurant of the floor above. We felt bad for the musician that was playing. This experience is not worth the money, so would not recommend unless they change their policy. (Bar and restaurant are same company and despite several request they did not lower the music and we could not communicate)More

Date of visit: January 2023
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Reviewed 19 December 2022

Full set menu is extremely rich and your palate may be overwhelmed by the end. Classic French/Japanese with some Thai elements. My partner is a pescatarian and the menu lacked some variety due to this. Dining room is well spaced out, every table has a...great view thanks to the 2 level approach. Impeccable service and great friendly chat from the French Sommelier. Lovely live harp throughout. Just a classic Paris/Ginza Michelin fine dining experience on par with any in the world.More

Date of visit: December 2022
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Reviewed 9 December 2022 via mobile

Being a guest of the hotel and seeing the great sponsorship of the Mezzaluna restaurant everywhere, I was convinced and went there for dinner. I start by saying that I am not a cooking expert, but I love good food and therefore the judgment that...I will allow myself to give is simply personal and to my taste. The location was amazing, the service excellent, the waiters were professional especially Vanessa, excellent service. The only sore point in my opinion is the kitchen, I don't go into detail regarding the stars given as I repeat I am not trained in the culinary sector, but I can only say that I left disgusted. Seven courses, very accurate and beautiful to look at but a mix of flavors that after a while began to annoy the palate and also the stomach. Lobster with parmesan flakes, Oysters with balsamic vinegar, Sea urchin with a jelly and avocado, buttery bread accompanied by butter. The icing on the cake was the final dessert, which was nothing sweet. Very disappointing, I would have expected more from a Cheff Japonese. And I forgot if after a while it's worn they start to be brought back almost intact: Come down from the stars and ask what's wrong.More

Date of visit: December 2022
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Reviewed 11 September 2022

Aside from the food, the building has seen better days. We came via foot and the state street tower (back entrance) and it felt like a down trodden mall. Not Mezzaluna's mistake, but we were wondering if we are in the right place. Food was...great, as expected for 2 stars. The taste was quite mild all the way through, the one dish which had that "wow" feeling was the wagyu steak. Yeah, its kinda "been there, done that", but this one was different, really, really tasty, soft with excellent sides. The sommelier was great as well & the view is stunning. On the negative side - this was rushed. We told them to slow down after 3 courses, but the whole 7 course dinner with amuse bouche was done in like 90 minutes. We started at 7.30, so not the latest seating either. That's our reason for the missing "excellent.More

Date of visit: September 2022
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Reviewed 20 August 2022 via mobile

The meal was really good amazing combinations of tastes and flavours. Couldn’t fault chef Kawasaki. Fantastic views. What left a bad taste was the hard sell. On arrival we were taken to a very tastelessly decorated bar and offered champagne at £70 a glass which...we declined. On sitting we were enticed to have caviar at equally eye watering prices.More

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 7 August 2022 via mobile

Hats off to Chef Kawasaki and the team for a fantastic culinary journey. The whole experience; from tasting menu, service, wine and location was exceptional. We will be back for a 3rd visit soon!

Date of visit: July 2022
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Reviewed 21 July 2022

OK, so, i no i can be over critical about where we stay and what we eat, however, being part of the Nouveau riche culture, and very proud of it, we are now able to go to places and try new things that our families...before us could not ever do. This place, was one of "those" places. When you think the average salary for a thai person is around $6,600usd a year, the cost of the meal here was then the equivalent of three months salary to a regular person. so was it worth it?!?! Hell yes! This place should be on everyones bucket list. The table was lovely, the staff, from downstairs to upstairs, were incredible and very attentive. The food, was amazing, although it was a set menu which i dont like, we wanted to try it. I would LOVE to experience this place again with a more open menu, not a set menu. Every dish was explained, by Natalie, the floor manager. She was amazing from start to finish. Very knowledgeable and very engaging. All the waiting staff were incredible and i just wanted to take them all home! (so not usual for me!) Our BEST experience so far in Bangkok, recommended for all. Thank you for a wonderful evening, you guys made our evening.More

Date of visit: July 2022
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noemie h
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Dear Noemie, Thank you for your message, Mezzaluna experience is offering a seasonal 7 courses menu. You can have full details on our website for better understanding. Please kindly let us know if you need any other... More
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Yes, if your children are used to fine restaurant dining. However, the set menu is quite exotic, and may not be embraced by the average child even if used to fine dining.
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I would recommend having dinner there. It is a Michelin star restaurant, so if you had eaten in those establishments you are familiar with what to expect. If you haven't, I would recommend you visit one and then dine there... More
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 3.5
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