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Lying across the river from the hotel, Sala Rim Naam offers a delicious choice of traditional Thai dishes including Lon Poo Talay (sea crab meat cooked in coconut milk), Yaam Talay (spiced seafood salad) and Mussamun Nuea (southern style beef curry with sweet potato and onion).
Housed in a richly decorated pavilion built in the traditional Northern Thai style, Sala Rim Naam is the setting for a unique cultural experience — a classical Thai dance show performed every night.
Sala Rim Naam adheres to a smart casual dress code for all guests, including children. During the day, semiformal shorts, shirts, polo shirts and proper footwear are permitted. After 6:30pm, ladies are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, and gentlemen are kindly asked to wear a smart shirt, long trousers and closed shoes.
Guests are invited to arrive from 7:30pm onwards to enjoy the authentic Thai Dance Show, which starts at 8:15pm.
The talented culinary team at Sala Rim Naam has created an outstanding Thai culinary menu of traditional favourites and seasonal specialties.
Our award-winning signature dishes include such delights as Goong Phad Prig Daeng (fried prawn with garlic and red chilli sauce) and Khanom Jeeb Thai (steamed Thai chicken and peanut dumplings). In addition to our fantastic buffet lunch and set dinner, we offer guests the chance to dine al fresco at the Terrace Rim Naam, which boasts an extensive à la carte menu.
Reservations can be made by one of the contact methods below.