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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



Touche Hombre

The original Touche Hombre in Australia transports the Latino street culture of LA to a Melbourne shophouse brimming with ‘80s pop-culture references: neon signs, West Coast hip-hop, arcade games. Compared to its streetwise sister, this follow-up feels almost like fine dining. &n...

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Uno Mas

Centara Grand, the towering five-star hotel and exhibition center behind CentralWorld, has smashed down the windows of what used to be its top-floor fine-dining restaurant, Fifty-Five, to create this new, semi-alfresco tapas bar and restaurant where casual s...

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Vertigo & Moon Bar

On the roof of Bangkok’s Banyan Tree Hotel is Vertigo, which specializes in barbecued seafood, though it also grills a mean steak and has a good vegetarian menu.

Dine al fresco at the stylish and sophisticated roof top open-a...

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Wild & Co.

The house that used to be music and booze institution Stu-fe is back in operation again with a wild and meaty theme. Though the concept is new, the owners (some of whom are partners in live music bar Loy Shy) still aim to make it a destination for music lovers.

Amid a lush garden...

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Zense

If you are looking for somewhere chic to have a sunset cocktail or to enjoy a rooftop dinner, then Zense rooftop is a great choice. The view is fantastic, from the horseracing track to the lines of traffic moving slowly out of town at the end of the day. But what we r...

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Zuma

The concept for Zuma was created by German Chef Rainer Becker inspired by his five years working as Executive Chef with Park Hyatt in Japan. He opened his first Zuma in London in 2002 due to the city’s cosmopolitan dining scene. Its a dining concept based on Iza...

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