Dining On The Rocks
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Dining On The Rocks information
Samui’s ultimate dining experience takes place on nine cantilevered verandahs of weathered teak and bamboo that yawn over the gulf. After sunset (and wine), guests feel like they’re dining on a barge set adrift on a starlit sea. Each dish on the six-course setmenu is the brainchild of the cooks who regularly experiment with taste, texture and temperature.
If you’re celebrating a special occasion, you’ll have to book well in advance if you want to sit at ‘table 99’ (the honeymooners’ table) positioned on a private terrace, complete with surprise menu. Dining On The Rocks is at the isolated Six Senses Samui. The bar and lounge opens an hour earlier, with dining starting at 6pm.