The House on Sathorn introduces Paii, heralding a new chapter in the culinary offering of the historic, 130-year old landmark. Taking its name from the Thai word ‘Paii', which means to paddle, presenting the best of local and imported seafood while honouring the founder of The House on Sathorn, Luang Sathorn Rajayutka, who created Sathorn Canal.
- W Bangkok and The House on Sathorn 106 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangkok 10500
- Opening Hours:
Every day from 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Dress Code Smart Casual
At Paii, our culinary team only selects the best of local and imported seafood. Sourced items from specific regions from all over the world include scallops from Hokkaido, Japan, Jean-Paul oysters from France, black mussels from New Zealand and more. Diners can also enjoy local seafood like mud crab from Samut Songkhram or banana squid from Chonburi as well.
Paii offers a variety of seafood and other dishes with highlights including ‘Giant Mud Crab' baked in natural clay with Thai herbs such as kaffir lime, lemongrass and shallot, ‘Turbot' inspired by Thai street food, stuffed with Thai herbs and baked in a salt crust and ‘Octopus' from Spain, char-grilled and sliced topped with Larb salad, just to name a few.
Located in the heart of Bangkok, The House on Sathorn is a neo-classical structure dating from 1889. It functioned first as private residence and by the 1920s had become a hotel, then later from mid-century to 1999 served as site of the Russian embassy. Today, the building is registered as a national heritage site and serves as home to Paii.
Led by Executive Chef Joe Weeraket, his team of skilled chefs and talent make sure that each guest walks out of Paii happily.