Erawan Bangkok
E-Newsletter January 2018


3.1 Phillip Lim
The must have for any wardrobe this season is an updated floral dress. Phillip Lim brings you just that with this deconstructed number turning it into a trophy piece and making it anything but ordinary. Check out more.

Alexander Wang
Redefining the fundamentals of fashion by balancing functionality and silhouette in an everyday wardrobe. Iconic shapes are transformed in an all-encompassing expansion of the Wang girl. The ready to wear line incorporates outfits for day, night or special occasions. Check out more.

Club 21 Erawan
The understanding of fabric and its application underlies the work by Toni Maticevski for the Early Spring collection. Glamorous designs that play with volume, proportion and layering create a collision of contrasting elements that should not be missed. Check out more.

Club 21 Men
Playing with gender and traditional attire, the Thom Browne Spring/Summer collection puts men in clothes that are traditionally considered for women. Adding feminine proportions and details to mens tailoring, bracelets sleeves and inside girdles to change the way we think about clothes. Check out more.

Bringing elegant beauty to any room, the Crowns lamp by Italamp and Marco Piva is hand made by glass masters to combine glass blown and handmade techniques into an illuminating piece. Check out more.

"Must Try"
@ Erawan Bangkok


The First Edition of the Michelin Guide in Bangkok launched recently with the awards announcement of 14 one-starred and three two-starred restaurants as well as awards categories in Bib Gourmands and Plates. Erawan Tea Room is honoured to be in 'Michelin Plates' and included in the first edition of the guide book which describes the Erawan Tea Room as characterized by good cooking with fresh ingredients, capably prepared and 'simply a good meal'.

Erawan Tea Room serves authentic Thai cuisine in a contemporary décor with a variety of authentic Thai dishes and all-you-can-eat menu with a sophisticated views of the Erawan Shrine. The signature dishes that should not be missed are Khao Pad Erawan (Fried rice, crabmeat, crab roe, chilli paste), Yam Som-O (Pomelo Salad), Phad-Thai Kai-Hor (Thai style fried noodles) and much more. Moreover, an extensive all-you-can-eat menu is available daily for dinner from 6.00PM 9.30PM for THB 950++ per person. Enjoy the variety of authentic Thai dishes and desserts, including a selection of free-flowing hot and chilled refreshments.

The Erawan Tea Room is also popular for Thai Afternoon Tea featuring a variety of Thai delicacies and snacks complemented by hot tea or coffee for THB 600 net per person and served from 2:30PM to 6:00PM daily. Takeaway packaged products and a wide selection of teas from India, China, Sri Lanka and Thailand are also available.

For more information and reservation Erawan Tea Room, please call +662 254 6250 or email: Located on Level 2 the Erawan Bangkok, a boutique shopping mall adjacent to the hotel building, open from 10.00AM 10.00PM daily.


Shop: Erawan Tea Room by Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

Address: 2nd Floor
Erawan Bangkok

Opening: Monday - Sunday

Tel: 02 254 1234

Business Hour: 10am-10pm

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