Above Eleven is the first restaurant in Southeast Asia to serve Peruvian food and the only one in Bangkok. The restaurant’s chef, Omar Frank Maruy, was born in Peru so he brought flavors from his hometown to Bangkok. The food here is also a combination of many cultural layers combined, especially the combination of Japan and Peru.

The Above Eleven rooftop menu includes Peruvian Japanese Cuisine called ‘Nikkei’, served as both platters, nibbles, and mains. Along with a great selection of Sushi & Sashimi, the rooftop bar also serves some fantastic signature cocktails. Both as compliments to the food, but also if you just wanna sip on a Peruvian-inspired drink. Every night, the DJs perform live at the bar, and sometimes end with a jazz performance.

As a popular restaurant, the prices here are also quite high, but it will still be a great experience, especially when diners enjoy the dishes with Peruvian flavors. Diners who want to eat here should make a reservation in advance, especially if they intend to have dinner. Above Eleven dress code is smart casual, so dress neatly and arrive with a great party mood and you are guaranteed a memorable and elevated evening.

According to johorkaki.blogspot.com, therooftopguide.com