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The highest restaurant in Thailand, Ojo sets the scene with glamorous design, creative Mexican cuisine, and 360-degree views from a stunning outdoor terrace. Helmed by celebrity Chef Francisco Paco Ruano from the famed Alcalde Restaurant in Guadalajara, ranked no. 51 on the World’s Best List, Ojo’s kitchen is celebrated for authentic flavors with a modern twist.

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The Venue

Designed by none other than Ou Baholyodhin, Ojo is bold and drips in gold. The designer recalled his journey across Central America to create a colorful, idiosyncratic, and most of all, unapologetically gorgeous restaurant. Set 76 floors high with an eye over Bangkok, Ojo draws inspiration from ancient civilizations in Mexico to bring you a modern venue with an outdoor terrace, glittering bar, and views unlike any other.

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What's happening at Ojo

August 9, 2023

You’re All Set At Ojo

Lunch decisions are made easy with our new set menu of Mexican delicacies at Ojo.
July 13, 2023

Sky Beach Access

Looking for a nightcap? Lucky for you, you've got access to our Sky Beach rooftop bar right upstairs with a minimum spend of THB 1,500/person during lunch and THB 2,500/person…
July 13, 2023

Bar Crawl

Choose your own adventure at our daily bar crawl at The Standard, Bangkok. Start at the highest rooftop bar in Bangkok, or anywhere you choose. Pour it up, sip it…

What They’re Saying

The city’s newest Mexican restaurant Ojo Bangkok (pronounced “o-ho”), set on top of high-rise landmark King Power Mahanakhon, will give you reason to go “oh-ho!”

Time Out

Ojo (o-ho), which means eyes in Spanish, will be one of the culinary highlights of the upcoming Standard and, in keeping with the brand’s upside-down philosophy, the Mexican cuisine has been taken to new heights, figuratively and literally — 300m above the ground to be exact— with bold flavours and eye-catching finesse.


Designed by Ou Baholyodhin, the venue’s rich, jewel-toned aesthetics take inspiration from the continent’s precious metals and gemstones, in addition to subtly referencing the mysticism of Latin America’s ancient civilisations. The palette of gold accents and gemstone hues comes together to form the visual representation of an architectural crown jewel.

Supper Magazine