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Restaurants Review

There Are Plenty Of Restaurants In Bangkok, So You’re Never Far From Some Form Of Food Outlet.

Everywhere You Look There Are Noodle Stands, Fruit Stalls, Curry Shops, Road-side Barbecues And Even Carts Selling Fried Insects; And Then There Are Countless Superb Restaurants Serving International As Well As Thai And Other Asian Cuisine To Suit Most Tastes And Budgets.

The Range Of Options Is Quite Staggering And Very Few Visitors Or Expats Can Claim To Have Tried Everything Bangkok Restaurants Have To Offer.

During Your Time In Bangkok It’s Certainly Worth Making The Effort To Seek Out A Few Quality Restaurants, And There Are Many Throughout The City.

Most Of The Top Hotels Will Have At Least One Or Two Restaurants And These Can Be Excellent, Although Often Pricey – Especially The Ones Offering Non-Thai Cuisine.

But If You Take To The Streets Some Very Good And More Affordable Bangkok Restaurants Present Themselves – There Are Many Thai Restaurants But You Can Also Find Indian, Chinese, Japanese And Vietnamese Restaurants To Satisfy Asian Tastes; And For Western Food Bangkok Is Well Served With Its Italian, French, German, Scandinavian And British Eateries.

You Can Find In This Page A List Of A Lot Of Recommanded Restaurants In Bangkok But You Can Also narrow Your choices by Visiting our restaurant pages below.

by Type Of Cuisine - by Type Of PLace - by Districts - by Range Of Price



80/20

The past 18 months have seen Talad Noi blossom into an unpretentious art hub. But for all the ramshackle bars and galleries, there’s still not that much to eat apart from guay tiew. One place changing that is 80/20, situated in the busy Old Town hostel. Th...

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Above Eleven

Serving Peruvian/Japanese food, Above Eleven, on the 33rd floor of the Frasier Suites Sukhumvit, overlooks nightlife hotspot Sukhumvit soi 11.

Filled with stretches of fake grass and wooden furniture, the restaurant aims to give di...

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Al Majlis

This Moroccan inspired tearoom and restaurant has both an indoor and outdoor area.

For a quiet and romantic experience grab a spot in Al Majlis` cozy garden, subtly lit with lanterns and filled with comfy seating.




Aldo's

Aldo's Mediterranean Bistro and Wine Bar at the Cascade Club has been carefully designed together with the adjacent large landscaped pool deck to work as a single hospitality environment. Aldo's is therefore not a poolside restaurant, rather it is a signature restaura...

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Anothai Restaurant

Bangkok’s best vegetarian restaurant

An Asian inspired nouveau-style restaurant, this eatery focuses on lighter fare, with a healthy menu offering both Asian and Western style dishes – mostly organic options.




Avra

Compared to its Mediterranean neighbors, Greek cuisine is severely underrepresented in Bangkok. That’s a shame. At least we now have Avra to serve up the country’s meaty, tangy, olive oil-doused dishes. From its Santorini-evoking blue-and-white color schem...

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Blue Velvet

Chalk up another hit for Thonglor. Blue Velvet is the latest fine addition to the trendy Bangkok neighborhood’s never-ending list of partying venues. But to call it “another new club” would be grossly understating its appeal.

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Breeze

Breeze is a testament to the rising stature of Asian cuisine among connoisseurs, offering authentic yet impeccably innovative dishes from our award-winning chef in a stunning venue where design, cuisine and service come together for an evening unlike any other.

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Bua Restaurant

Bua Restaurant on Convent Road off Silom, is situated in Siboonrueng Building. It has been serving authentic Thai favourites for more than 20 years. There is a solid emphasis on serving only the very freshest of vegetables & meats that have been meticulously prepa...

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