Dusit Thani Hotel, Trade Centre Area, Trade Centre Area
المطبخ التايلاندي • Fine Dining • $$
Business Lunch - AED 109 per person - 3-course Thai menu (AED 25 additional for unlimited Thai iced-tea, coffee and tea)
Dine in Thai style with views of Burj Khalifa and Dubai’s glittering skyline. Experience an authentic culinary journey focused on the freshest ingredients, harmony and balance of flavours, and exquisite presentation
Authentic Thai Cuisine
So much more than a menu, Benjarong’s mouth-watering selection of Authentic Thai cuisine is a true culinary journey. Carefully crafted and beautifully presented by expert Thai Chef de Cuisine Wichit Panyo and his team, the multi-award-winning cuisine finds the perfect harmony and balance between the five flavours of sweet, spicy, sour, salty, and creamy, by using the freshest, finest-quality ingredients.
A Vibrant Display of Colour
From hues of blue velvets to deep reds in the ceiling, accented by greens, golds and whites in the columns and architectural highlights, this iconic restaurant space has been transformed and reborn with a vibrant display of colour, which stylishly preserves its rich heritage. An array of European motifs, fused with intriguing Thai elements, gives a fresh new look to the space, maintaining a contemporary chic aesthetic that effortlessly blends with a sense of rustic luxury.
Large hand-woven lanterns hang above plush velvet sofas, creating a wonderful juxtaposition, as an elegant light installation with backlit, gold-leafed, circular lights give a nod to the full moon festivities of Thailand. Benjarong’s ideal location, amidst the Dubai skyline, is tastefully exemplified by white frames, which capture the sweeping views of the city, adding to the grandeur of the lofted space, yet retaining a casual, exciting and fun look and feel.
Brunch at Benjarong is amazing and great value. The place itself is beautiful, modern but traditional, very colourful and picturable. Brunch offers huge selection of a la cart items, and anything can...
Mar 03, 2021
This place takes me back to Thailand, Varieties of food and desserts (Mango sticky rice is the best!!)
Very warm welcome from all staffs specially Tik and Casty, they looked after us very well. You...
Mar 02, 2021
The name “Benjarong” is derived from Bali and the Sanskrit words Pancha and Rang, meaning literally “Five Colors.” “Five Colors” is really “many colors” as the hand-painted pieces are usually...