The World’s First Vertical Destination

Unforgettable dining experiences at the iconic lebua: the world’s first food and beverage vertical destination.

The World’s First Vertical Destination
The evolution of a Bangkok icon

A destination is a place where dreams and reality collide. Somewhere we travel to, from near and far, leaving behind the routine of daily life.
Somewhere that becomes an important part of the fabric of life’s memorable experiences. A destination is a place that inspires the journey.

Since Sirocco and Sky Bar first pierced the skyline back in 2003, they have been on everyone’s list of ‘Bangkok’s un-missable destinations’.
People from all over the world come to experience romance, stardust and the magic of being in the show.

Well - hold onto your hats - the thrill is about to get bigger. Much bigger.

lebua’s family of ground breaking designer bars and restaurants is about to shake the global culinary and cocktail scene. With the opening of lebua No.3, Pink Bar and Chefs Table (and more exciting announcements to soon follow): We are proud to now be the world’s first vertical food and beverage destination. The place to wine and dine amongst the stars above the ever-changing lights of the city.

Pink Bar made a grand entrance onto Bangkok’s night scene with the mystique of a dusky pink femme fatale and a sexy swish of a Hollywood wiggle, intimate and feminine. Somewhere that romance and love mix with the cocktails and bubbles. Indeed, Pink Bar features the world's very best champagnes like the exquisite but little known, Comptes de Dampierre that Deepak Ohri, CEO of lebua, sourced himself in France. Bathed in pink, the comfortable luxury of rose velvet loungers embrace you as the double height champagne cellar glistens invitingly and Bangkok glows seductively below.

Chef's Table is the next on the vertical destination list. Bangkok’s first dining experience by 3-star Michelin Chef. Celebrating the creativity and art of cooking by placing chef centre stage. Intimacy and drama are served along with exquisite cuisine as circular bay windows allow the panorama of Bangkok’s skyline to flood in. Central to space and concept; the actual Chef's Table - a Molteni Stove in cream and brass – glows warmly. The Table is wrapped in a smooth crescent carved from Michelangelo’s favourite Carrara marble. The taupe, cream and champagne-bronze colour palette ensure the cuisine is still the real star of the show. From the journey to the restaurant to the grand sense of welcome, every aspect of Chef’s Table is crafted with attention to detail. Every elegant touch carefully carried up to the sky for diners to enjoy.

Creating What Could Be The First 3-Star Michelin Restaurant In Thailand by Doug Gollan, Forbes

Watch this space for the next reveal!
Unforgettable dining experiences at the iconic lebua: the world’s first food and beverage vertical destination.