At Mighty Private Dining we grasp the spirit of the art of cooking meticulously only with freshest selection of products in the market to offer the best private dining experience in the bustling dining scene of Bangkok.
Our effort in perfecting every little detail, passion for food and devotion of service have inspired us to open our own one-table private venue that can accommodate up to 20 people.
Q: How do I make a reservation?
A: In the reservation section, choose preferred date and time and indicate the number of people. You will receive our confirmation of availability within 24 hours. We suggest to make a reservation in advance or you can contact diectly by phone as below.
Q: How do I book my favorite set menu?
A: Chef will ask you about the allergy first, then Chef will create the proper set menu for you.
Q: Do you have the in house wine?
A: Yes! you can choose your preferred wine from our wine list and it will be added in the cost of your event.
Q: Do you have a corkage fee?
A: No, but the guests need to buy one botttle of wine from our wine cellar.
Q: How do I pay for my dinner and through which payment method?
A: We accept Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay, JCB . You are required to pay the booking fee of 50% of the total cost after receiving the confirmation of table availability and menu and pay the rest 24 hours before the lunch/dinner event.
Q: Can I customize the event?
A: Contact us and let us know your requests. The Mighty team will do its best to meet your needs.
Q: Is there a parking lot at Mighty Private Dining?
A: Yes, we have a parking space that can hold up to 16 cars.
For cancellation policy: In the case where the guest(s) cancelled reservations on the day seatings were booked or within 24 hours, the restaurant will have to ask permisson to keep full charges the 50% deposit. This is because our ingredients are prepared specially each day for the reserved customers and will only be used for that particular day. Cancellation would mean prepared ingredients of waste since it would not be used to serve to any guest(s) and thus would be an illogical loss of food resources in the world.