The House on Sathorn yesterday welcomed Paii, a new casual dining concept serving modern Thai seafood in one of the most iconic settings in the heart of Bangkok.
The new restaurant is taking its name from the Thai word ‘Paii,’ meaning ‘to paddle’ in line with its seafood-themed menu presenting the best and freshest local and imported seafood while honouring the legacy of the founder of The House on Sathorn, Luang Sathorn Rajayutka who created Sathorn Canal.
The Executive Chef Joe Weeraket presented an array of menu bursting with flavours. The highlights include char-grilled choo chee river prawns; the French Razor Clams flambéed table-side with house-made XO sauce; the French Turbot stuffed with lemongrass, shallots and kaffir lime leaves and baked in a thick Thai herb salt crust; or the giant crab fried rice made with organic jasmine rice topped with half a kilo of freshly steamed mud crab meat in large sharing size plates.
Paii restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor dining area and opens daily for lunch and dinner from 12pm to 12am. The restaurant will also feature a bar for an enticing mix of crafted seasonal cocktails, cutting-edge sounds and more tempting bites still.