Savio, the all-day dining restaurant situated on the ground floor of Chatrium Grand Bangkok, offers an opulent setting for indulging in a wide range of culinary delights.
The restaurant’s spacious and well-lit interior, combined with its diverse food selection, caters to a variety of cravings.
Executive Chef Darius Seitfudem has nearly 20 years of experience in five-star hotels and Michelin-starred venues across Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.
He and his team serves a global palette through interactive cooking stations and a transparent kitchen layout.
Taking a leisurely stroll amongst the various cooking stations is not only a feast for the senses, but also a great way to stimulate your appetite.
Expect to encounter stations showcasing dim sum, Thai main courses, sushi and sashimi, made-to-order pasta, Indian curries, Hainanese chicken rice, dim sum, and more, while also treating yourself to salads, cold cuts, seafood, and desserts displayed on the racks.
It’s not uncommon to find that Thai dishes at hotel buffets are often subtly spiced, presumably as a mindful act for overseas visitors who may not be accustomed to the high Scoville heat levels.
The “Crab curry with betel leaves” was indeed strongly spiced and adequately spicy. However, the spiciness didn’t hit you all at once; rather, it crept up on you, and before you knew it, you were reaching for an extra spoonful of rice or vermicelli to tame the heat.
Their dim sum array isn’t merely ceremonial, offering more than a few ordinary options just to justify their inclusion. You’ll discover exquisite dumplings infused with truffle.
Those who enjoy meat can head to the teppanyaki station to indulge in something sizzling and succulent. If you prefer aromatic dishes, the Indian station offers options such as tandoori prawns, thali, and curries.
If you’re looking for something more lavish, choose special items like a pan-seared chunk of foie gras and a whole lobster served with a spicy seafood dip.
Chef Seitfudem partners with culinary specialists such as Chef Pravin Baban Gayke for Indian cuisine, Chef Natthawut Siha for Chinese cuisine, and Chef Thunyaporn Sripadung for desserts, to provide a diverse selection of dishes.
Savio opens daily from 6.30 am to 10 pm, providing an à la carte menu along with a selection of live dining experiences.
The daily breakfast (6.30-10am) is priced at THB 850, and Lunch (noon-2pm) is THB 995++ on weekdays and THB 1,450++ on weekends
Dinner (6-10pm) is THB 1,450++ on weekdays and THB 1,995++ on weekends. Plus, children under six years old can enjoy their meals for free.
For more details, you can visit Chatrium Grand Bangkok’s website.