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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2017
Wednesday, 15 March, 2017 17:41

The Capital, Bangkok

Decadent, mouth-watering food coupled with a cosy, classic décor tastefully remodelled after one of the most iconic American settings of all time.

That is what The Capital by Water Library is.

A rare find in the busy business district of Bangkok, it isn’t a place for just anyone to enter and revel in.

Located in the 3/F Empire Tower, nearby to the Chong Nonsi BTS station, this grill and bar restaurant raises the standards of local restaurants to new heights.

With décor uniquely inspired by the American banks of the early nineteenth century, its stunning, grand interior promises to take your breath away.

The grill and bar restaurant has revamped its menu to incorporate a greater variety of succulent dishes, with Italian-influenced flavours. Prices are marked affordably, without compromising on quality.

Using age-old traditional cooking methods with minimal seasoning to produce original tastes, the Capital displays its dedication towards serving only the best quality food.

The restaurant’s speciality grilled dishes include their spectacular meat grilled on a unique blend of Japanese Binchotan white charcoal and U.S. Hickory wood. This cooking method is executed to achieve the best temperature and finest flavour.

Regardless of any meat used, from the German Simmentaler Rib-Eye to the local organic pork chop, there is a clear emphasis on top-notch produce to satisfy customers.

For those adventurous foodies looking for other must-try dishes, go for the pasta dishes such as the fresh Maine lobster pasta and blue swimmer crab served with homemade tagliolini. They pack a formidable punch, leaving you clambering back for more.

Not forgetting the full bar service, the restaurant proffers an enviable list of wine, beer and signature cocktails carefully crafted to complement the vintage American setting.

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