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Déjà Vu

French - $$$$

The Pullman’s lofty fine dining restaurant serves global cuisine whipped up under the supervision of French Chef Sylvain Royer.

Déjà Vu makes good use of its generous space and ceiling height by creating subtle divisions—curtains of thin metal chains, a central platform and cozier tables in the back under a lower ceiling. The translucent film on the open kitchen’s windows masks some of the action—so let’s call it “sort of open.”

Either a set menu with a choice of starter, main, and dessert (seven choices for each) or with two mains. Every week, one item in each course gets replaced, to encourage regular visits. Despite the French chef, modern twists (the potato puree gets a touch of foie gras, the snails are de-shelled and served in a shot glass) and international touches (Italian, Thai, Japanese...) make this a far-cry from traditional gastronomie.

Déjà Vu’s mission is to be the place to see and be seen in Bangkok, tag heuer replica attracting stars and hisos galore. We did see some beautiful people.

Thanks to the adjacent Wine Pub, you’re getting a very solid wine list at competitive prices.

Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 6-11pm

Getting There:

by Taxi or BTSSkytrain Phaya Thai exit


Déjà Vu, 2/F,
Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel,
8/1-7 Rangnam Rd.
Tel: 02-680-9999

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