Osha may have been in Bangkok for only a few years, but, for two decades, the restaurant has been enjoying a solid reputation halfway across the world in San Francisco, where it started off as a chain of casual eateries serving food that’s dedicated to humble Thai flavors. The Bangkok outpost of Osha, however, takes on a more elevated fine-dining status with an emphasis on show-stopping, theatrical presentation, seen in everything from the restaurant’s interiors to the plates that are served on opulently upholstered booth tables. A soaring entrance looms over busy Wireless Road, acting like a gateway to a sacred shrine. The high-ceilinged dining room is a sublime blending of black and gold affair, featuring rounded booths, leather-clad elements and a golden winding staircase leading to a mezzanine area. An eye-striking floating Chada-style chandelier hovers over the reception lobby, while traditional-style murals depicting scenes from the Ramakien transport diners to a bygone paradisiacal time. Interiors-wise, it’s probably the most stunning restaurant in Bangkok.