Restaurants will continue to operate during renovation
Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok begins restaurant renovations
BANGKOK, Thailand - Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok has embarked on yet another improvement project, the first floor renovation, encompassing the Mexican Restaurant Señor Pico, Thai Contemporary Red Pepper, and international restaurant, the Café, scheduled for completion in September 2012. The hotel remains committed to maintaining the highest level of service and satisfaction for all guests.
All restaurants will continue to operate during this renovation. The Thai Restaurant Red Pepper and The Café have been temporarily relocated to the 4th floor. Señor Pico has been temporarily relocated to the ground floor of the Rembrandt Towers on Sukhumvit Soi 20. Breakfast is still served daily from 0600-1100 hours at the Rembrandt III banquet room on the 2nd floor.
Costing in excess of 30 million THB, the Rembrandt Hotel will upgrade the restaurants’ design and bring in new conceptual ideas from some of the industry’s greatest minds. The new Red Pepper and Café will provide the ideal dining outlet providing a new theatrical culinary experience with an open kitchen featuring chefs preparing “a la minute” all in full view of the guests. The highlights are the live cooking station and bespoke authentic Thai and international dishes. Under new modern décor, Red Pepper and the Café can serve up to 130 guests. Stay tuned for the new branding campaign, complete with new names and logos.
For the new Señor Pico, diners will experience a re-introduction to modern Mexican decor with the use terracotta and stone. Diners will enjoy an upgraded light and sound system for live entertainment, a larger dance floor, and an updated menu making Señor Pico the only authentic Mexican taqueria and tequila bar in Bangkok. It will also bring in a Mexican chef from the US to help implement the menu, as well as one of the most sought after mixologists to formulate the cocktail menu specifically for Señor Pico.
There will also be the introduction of an open-air smoking area complete with rattan furniture and a living wall.
“We are all really excited about the renovation, because the timing is right, and the right team is in place. We will only strengthen our position on the culinary map in Bangkok and bring in some much needed energy and creativity,” Jamie Miller, Hotel Manager, said.
The Rembrandt team is looking forward to welcoming all diners with a brand-new interactive dining experience at the Rembrandt Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 18.