Emporium Food Hall and Food Court
In this area there are dozens of caf-s, patisserie, bakeries and fast food outlets, as well as a canteen-style eating area. Here you can choose from ice-cream, desserts or mid afternoon (or any time) snacks with a cup of your favourite pick-me-up beverage. This is more the spot to stop by for a break between shopping for designer futons or on your way to the cinema, than a place to spend hours carving your way through a meal.
The take-home section features noodles of any denomination, Japanese teppanyaki, freshly-made sushi and bento boxes, fragrant Thai cuisine, an array of international fare and the most delectable patisserie. There is a selection of restaurants with Japanese, Vietnamese, Western and Asian fusion menus in the food hall area. Drinks bars offer freshly-squeezed juices, smoothies and even alcoholic beverages. In this section, vegetarian options are confined to soups and salads.
Park Food Hall at Emporium
If you've worked up a serious appetite and are in the mood for a top-notch meal, pay a visit to Park Food Hall. A tad more formal than the other places, this is an enclosed area where you are presented with a coupon for 2,000 baht which you pay for afterwards (for whatever you spent). Park Food Hall consists of many food bars with a dining area in a dimly lit atmosphere conducive to a wholesome and fulfilling eating experience.
Choices include gourmet Arabic, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, seafood, Japanese bento, Olive Mediterranean featuring mezze, a pizzeria and even original English grub such as pot pies, fish and chips and mashed potatoes with gravy. This is a good place to visit if you miss all your favourite foods back home.
Covering a total area of 1,500 square metres, Park Food Hall has more than 400 seats, and the stylish interior verges on the glamorous. You can enjoy a 180 degrees landscape-view of Bangkok and the lush greenery of Benjasiri Park while sampling gourmet delights. Park Food Hall also serves as a venue for regular events like product launches, culinary workshops, mini-concerts and art exhibitions.