Head to the 3rd floor for a fine dining adventure that will take you to Japan, China, France or Thailand. Our lunch reservation was at The House of Smooth Curry where there are a number of Thai vegetarian dishes that can be easily veganised upon request. However, The Allium Bangkok boasts a plant based menu which was very exciting to discover. We made time to visit before lunch and enjoy a couple of innocuous sounding dishes called ‘Chiang Mai Tomato Salad’ and ‘Cucumber, Celery with Cucumber Broth’. Wow. They were exceptional. Chef Roxanne is recreating modern French cuisine with the finest ingredients and impeccable attention to detail. Don’t be fooled by the simple descriptions, this is food of the highest standard. Sundried tomato salad, tomato gaspacho ice cream, sweet tomato merangue, crunchy tomato chips and a tomato soup sphere which created an explosion of flavour as it burst in your mouth. Yes the tomatoes may have originated in Chiang Mai but they had been on a culinary journey of pure wizardry before they arrived at our table. The cucumber dish was no different. Extraordinary flavours and textures with exceptional plating and presentation. Cucumber and celery ribbons, tiny sunflower crackers, plant based sour cream and watermelon orbs with pine nuts in a light and zingy cucumber broth. Safe to say, we will be returning to The Allium Bangkok at the earliest opportunity to work our way throught the multi course, plant based menu that is on offer. Outstanding.