WINE ME DINE ME
Given how many eateries there are in Bangkok, it must be quite brain-racking to come up with creative ways to distinguish the type of food available. In the case of Crave, they define their offerings as "Western and Asian senses". While we're not too sure what that means, judging from the menu, it seems to be international dishes with twists and some fusion fare. However, the mix-and-match approach here isn't as mundane as spaghetti pad kee mao.
There's a reason for us to return to Crave at Aloft Bangkok for the second time because it has been updated with an entirely new menu. The second incarnation is courtesy of Chef Mark Hannon who seems to have a knack for combining different elements from various cuisines. His experience working at leading establishments in different countries translates into a menu catered to diverse tastes.
The iPad menu doesn't require much study (so you should easily comprehend it even after plenty of wine) since it's only seven pages long and divided into curious-sounding sections from "Lite Bites" (appetisers) to "Even More" (mains).
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