L'Appart Restaurant Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit
In contrast to the hotel's imposing exterior, with its geometric art deco patterns, the interconnected spaces at L'Appart have an organic flow to them. Eclectic artwork and photographs fill the wall spaces, shelves are stocked with real cookbooks and there's even a faux fireplace to complete the homey feel, which manages to stay posh without feeling contrived.
The brief menu is made up of chef Jeremy Tourret's ever-changing "inspirations from the market," a handful of French classics and a selection of tapas to share. Seating is scattered so you can have your dinner party in the library corner, or near the open-plan kitchen, in the comfy lounge, out on the wraparound balcony or in the more formal dining room.