Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok has renovated and reopened its restaurants.
The upscale hotel’s three first floor outlets, Senor Pico, Flavours and Red Pepper, have undergone a THB30 million (US$975,000) revamp, including the addition of new open kitchens, live cooking stations and an open air smoking area complete with rattan furniture and a ‘green’ wall.
“We… are extremely excited about the opening of our newly renovated first floor dining outlets. It is yet another sign of our commitment to continuously improve and offer, not only the in-house guests, but the local community as well, a unique dining destination. The new first floor will consist of three different dining options,” said hotel manager Jamie Miller.
Flavours is an all-day international restaurant, while Red Pepper serves Thai seafood. Senor Pico is the Rembrandt’s popular Mexican restaurant.