Leo Inter designs Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok’s Niche restaurant

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok in Thailand has introduced Niche, a new all-day dining venue that offers a transition from breakfast to social hotspot at night.

Conceived by international interior design company Leo Inter, the restaurant integrates indoor seating with a poolside tropical garden. The open layout allows guests to observe preparations at the live cooking station, while the secluded dining areas are for private meetings, parties and social gatherings. Al fresco diners can dine on the outdoor terrace overlooking the garden and free-form swimming pool.

Niche serves a breakfast buffet followed by à la carte options for lunch, afternoon sweets and dinner prepared by chef Giancarlo Caffaro and his team.

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Located in the center of Bangkok’s premier shopping, entertainment and business area, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is accessible by car or BTS Skytrain. A sky bridge connects the hotel’s second floor with Thailand’s leading shopping mall, Siam Paragon.

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