When a friend invited me to dinner at a Thai restaurant in one of Bangkok's oldest housing estates in the area formerly known as Sukhaphiban 3, I didn't expect to find that only 2km from the main Ramkhamhaeng Road would lie a grand-scale eatery next to a serene, spacious lake.
The restaurant’s most popular dining zone by the tranquil lake.
First opened in 1996, Ruenrose is regarded as one of the favourite Thai restaurants in Bangkok's east. Other than its well-established culinary esteem, the 300-seater also draws in customers from near and far with its breathtaking lakeside ambience that's perfect for all occasions, whether it's a family dinner, a casual gathering or a romantic night out.
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