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Classical Thai Dancing Performed daily at Celadon The Sukhothai Bangkok

October 21, 2014 Destination Thailand No Comments Email Email

Award-wining Thai restaurant Celadon proudly introduces daily performances of two classical Thai dances in the form of Rabam Sukhothai (Sukhothai dance) and Ram Sat Chatri (Sat Chatri dance) at 19.30 hrs. and 20.30 hrs. respectively in our contemporary Thai pavilion.

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Celadon is a Thai style celebration of the senses complemeted by immaculate service. One of the city’s most iconic Thai eateries, Celadon serves authentic Thai cuisine in a beautifully crafted air-conditioned pavilion. Submerged in a picturesque lotus-pond with open-air terraces overlooking the water, guests are spoilt both by the choice of tastes they can discover and the tranquil ambience of their surroundings.

Celadon offers an array of traditional Thai cuisine. A broad selection of dishes includes appetisers, salads, soups and main courses such as The Celadon Appetiser Selection, Pomelo Salad, Grilled Chicken & Prawns, Spicy River Prawn Soup and Wok-fried Manila Clams, Sweet Basil and Homemade Chili Paste. Mouthwatering desserts await you to indulge in their sweetness, including Deep-fried Banana Wrapped with Young Green Rice served with Coconut Ice Cream and Golden Tamarind Sorbet.

Complete this unique Thai fine dining experience whilst watching classical Thai dancing daily at Celadon, The Sukhothai Bangkok.

Celadon is open daily, serving lunch from 12:00 to 15:00, and dinner from 18:30 to 23:00.

For more information or to make a reservation please call 66 (0) 2344 8888 or email

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