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About Mezzaluna

Because the finest ingredients are the freshest ingredients, Chef Ryuki’s five- and seven-course tasting menus change with the seasons—with one exception. The menu’s only staple: his specialty wagyu beef, called “Exceptional Murakami” because it comes from a small breed of top-quality calves from his hometown in Niigata Prefecture. The calves are raised only on rice, straw and hay, plus a mixture of carefully selected compound feed. The result is exquisitely marbled, melt-in-your-mouth beef that you can only find in Japan—or here at Mezzaluna.

Chef Ryuki applies the same exacting care to sourcing each ingredient in every plate at Mezzaluna—from oysters to truffles to tea—many of them exclusive to Mezzaluna.

It’s the same care that goes into preparing each dish, to stocking our world-class wine cellar and to providing stellar service—ensuring that you have the meal of a lifetime.

Mezzaluna means ‘half moon,’ and here you feel like you could just about reach out and touch it. On the 65th floor of State Tower, Mezzaluna is the crown jewel of our vertical destination. With double-height windows surrounding the crescent-shaped dining room, each table offers the best views in Bangkok—not to mention its fine food. It’s all enough to leave you moonstruck.

THE CHEF

After working in some of the world’s best kitchens, Chef Ryuki Kawasaki joined lebua in 2015 after being offered the opportunity to create something truly unique. “My background was in classic French cuisine,” he says. “But at Mezzaluna I was given complete creative freedom. I wanted to use it to offer guests a completely new gourmet dining experience.”

“At Mezzaluna I’ve been offered the opportunity to give free reign to my passion and creativity. Many chefs go their entire careers without being given this kind of freedom, so I’m grateful.”

Ryuki Kawasaki , Chef de Cuisine

To do this, Ryuki looked to his Japanese roots: “Some of the highest quality produce in the world comes from Japan. So I’ve created an innovative and original menu that fuses the richness, flavors and incredible textures of French cuisine with the simplicity, exquisite presentation and subtle nuances of Japan.” His hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed—under his leadership, Mezzaluna was awarded two Michelin stars in 2018.

People are talking about Mezzaluna. Here are some of the many honors we’ve received from the media and award-granting bodies.

2019

The Michelin Guide Thailand 2020 – Two Michelin Stars

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2019 (# 1)

2018

The Michelin Guide Thailand 2019 – Two Michelin Stars

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2018 (# 2)

La Liste 2018

2017

The Michelin Guide Thailand 2018 – Two Michelin Stars

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2018 (# 2)

La Liste 2017

2016

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2016 (Winner of the Five Mango rating)

2015

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2015

2014

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2014

Seven Star Global Luxury Award 2014 – The Signum Virtutis (The Seal of Excellence)

2013

The Foodie – Foodie's TOP 100 RESTAURANTS: Europe, UK and Asia-Pacific by the world's top food critics and Foodie editors in 2013

Seven Star Global Luxury Award 2013 – The Signum Virtutis (The Seal of Excellence)

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2013

2012

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2012

2011

The Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards 2011-2013 – HAPA Thailand Best Restaurant: Award of Excellence

The Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards 2011-2013 – HAPA Restaurant of the Year: The Best in Asia

The Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards 2011-2013 – HAPA Most Unique F&B Concept: HAPA Best 10 in Asia – Platinum Winner

The Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards 2011-2013 – HAPA Most Exquisite Dining Experience Western Cuisine: HAPA Best 10 in Asia – Platinum Winner

Thailand Tatler – Thailand's Best Restaurants Guide 2011

2007

The Art of Travel, The Ultimate Travel Guide Book, Netherlands – Best Italian Restaurant 2007

2005

Condé Nast Traveler, US – Hot Tables 2005

Restaurant Policies

Based on the invaluable feedback of our guests, we adhere to specific policies at The Dome at lebua. Our standards are designed to ensure that all guests of our restaurants and bars are afforded the pleasant atmosphere they have come to expect, and to ensure their privacy, comfort and safety.

Smart Casual Dress Code

Athletic or sports uniforms, slippers, beach sandals and flip-flops are not permitted. Gentlemen must avoid any sleeveless clothing, shorts and open shoes. Please note that our smart casual dress code applies to children as well.

Photography

Photography is permitted at our establishments, with the exception of select areas. The use of drones, tripods, extensions and external flash units are not allowed.

Children

Children aged seven and older are welcome at Mezzaluna if accompanied by an adult. Our smart casual dress code is applicable to children as well. Bar entrants must be at least 20 years of age.