The Gardens of Dinsor Palace is set in a double-storey colonial palace once called “Wang Dinsor” that exudes a sense of history. Parquet flooring, teak wood doors and windows, and antique oil-on-canvas maps adorning the walls all lend character to the setting. Back in 1904, His Majesty King Chulalongkorn granted the land and then in 1930 the palace was built as a royal residence for Her Royal Highness Princess Ramphai Prapa, a daughter of Prince Bhanurangsi Savangwongse.
The original elegance is preserved to provide a sense of nostalgic serenity and an intimate dining ambience. Lush tropical gardens populated by fluffy rabbits, Indian peacocks and gliding swans form the tranquil surrounds. The modern and chic restaurant-and-café blends seamlessly into its surroundings. The restaurant is divided into four zones: Bakery & Cafe, Indoor Dining, Private, and Gardens of Eden. Sittings indoor in one of our leather chair allow diners to enjoy the outdoor greenery, swimming pool, white peacocks and rabbits. If the outdoors is more your scene, the 300-seat al fresco area has a calm and relaxed ambience.
Seattle-born Executive Chef Autumn Mc Taggart’s with more than 15 years of experience of culinary knowledge, talent and creativity is excited to be joining The Gardens. Her dishes come with a heavy dose of French influence and pack with extraordinary flavors, compelling textures and enchanting visuals. Chef Autumn will produce a culinary experience which treats patrons to extraordinary and innovative flavors—from garden to table, as she calls it. She uses produce from local farms as well as from the restaurant’s fresh herb and hydroponic vegetable gardens to create innovative dishes.
“I want to showcase all that Thailand has to offer in a new and creative way,”
Chef Autumn says.