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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



Tama Sushi

The latest addition to this city’s sushi scene offers a compact omakase-only experience to just six diners per night—which means there's already a two-month wait to get in.

Tucked on the mezzanine flo...

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The Deck

Situated in Arun Residence on the Chao Phraya across from Wat Arun, the Deck offers vivid views of one of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples.

Dining with a view of the city is pleasant but dining with the gorgeous Temple of Dawn as your backdrop takes things to a whole new level.

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The Hidden Terrace

The Rama 9 area might have lots of eateries but the trouble is most of them are boring chain restaurants located in malls Central Rama 9 and The Nine.

Fortunately, The Hidden Terrace offers something different, a dining experience with real heart and warmth that lets you escape from the s...

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The Lake House

There is no need for a three-hour road trip to escape the big bad city when you have a quiet little haven right smack in the middle of it.

This wine bar and restaurant is an old traditional Thai house turned exotic eatery, set in a...

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The Local

The Markawat family has been in the restaurant business for a few decades, with long-standing establishments Oam Thong and Naj under their Bangkok dining belts.

Championing old family recipes -- the family has roots in Ratchburi, a...

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The Missing Burro

New Mexican restaurant The Missing Burro is nestled in a garden down the surprisingly peaceful Thonglor Soi 7, far from the bustle of the main drag. And the food's so good you'll want to keep the place a secret.  

From a converted shipping container, the Me...

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The Myth Of Maha Naga

Weaving together the most intriguing strands of Bangkok’s legendary dining and nightlife narrative, the city’s finest culinary storytellers present the next refined and sophisticated chapter in the tale, the MYTH of Mahanaga.

Encapsulating the very essence of high society dini...

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The Speakeasy

I really shouldn’t tell you this, but we dropped in to the Hotel Muse the other week and discovered a whole new world inside the innovative and stylish creation which is this special boutique hotel located on Soi Langsuan, close to the retail heart of the city!<...

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Toro

This Barcelona-inspired tapas bar is the brainchild of two celebrity chefs, Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette, who have both won James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef Northeast award, the Oscars of the culinary world. Established in 2005, the first venue in Boston ...

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