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  • 5 Best Restaurants in Siam Paragon

    Our Favourite Restaurants in Siam Paragon

    Siam Paragon hosts such huge collection of restaurants - not only at the usual basement level but also at the food gallery towards the back of the fourth floor - it can be overwhelming to select one that will leave you with a happy, satisfied feeling. Since Siam Paragon opened, we have tried many... and we really mean, many! Despite their pretty windows and glossy menus, not all restaurants serve impressive food, regardless of the price. We of course know that everyone has their own taste and there are few restaurants we are still yet to try, but to this date here are our best five restaurants in Siam Paragon:

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    1) Cafe Chilli
    Cafe Chilli at Siam Paragon

    This restaurant bistro serves a modern mix of Thai dishes with an emphasis on 'Isaan' (the northeastern region of Thailand) food. The laidback surroundings of Café Chilli are an excellent place to sample the famed dishes of the region, which is known for its powerful use of flavours. Servings are small and each has an individual taste due to the bold use of herbs and spices, so it’s best to order several dishes for the table to share so you can get the right blend of fiery spice, biting citrus and bitter herb flavours. This is exactly the kind of food that tourists come back to Thailand to find. It also boasts a shaded outdoor patio area – perfect for relaxing with a drink in hand.

    • Open: 10:00 - 22:00
    • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon

    Nuer Koo (pronounce 'Nua Kooh') takes the famous Beef Noodle Soup usualy found in the streets to a brand new level. The restaurant is just a terrace next to the escalator to the cinema, but it's busy all the time - one of the best signs of a quality restaurant.

    The first soup starts at 80 baht, but you should really try the special higher grade beef: shoulder (235 baht), under rib (350 baht), rib-eye (450 baht), imported Australian Wagyu (550 baht) or imported Japanese Kobe beef (550 baht). Then you simply select your type of noodle: rice vermicelli, flat noodles or slim noodles (25 baht), and enjoy! Read More...

    • Open: 10:00 - 22:00
    • Location: 4th floor - in the back of the building
    • Cuisine: Noodle Soup - Mainly Beef (but not only)
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    3) Crystal Jade
    Crystal Jade at Siam Paragon

    Crystal Jade offers an extensive selection of dim sum and other authentic Cantonese cuisine in modern, opulent surroundings. Each 'little treat' is fresh and full-flavoured with enough options to make even the most skeptical dim-sum diners lifelong converts. It is one of the only restaurants in Paragon with an entry passage, which can be fairly intimidating for browsers and the undecided, but once inside the layout is spacious with a contemporary Chinese feel. Other classic Cantonese delicacies are also popular here including abalone and fresh seafood.

    • Open: 10:00 - 22:00
    • Location: Basement Level
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    4) Four Season
    Four Seasons at Siam Paragon

    Specialty roast duck restaurant originally from London, this was only the second branch worldwide (there are currently 3 branches) and has remained true to its traditional Chinese-inspired menu with a variety of seafood, crispy pork belly and tofu dishes. The real draw card, however, is the dish on which the restaurant made its name: succulent roasted duck. The signature dish can be ordered in two sizes: half duck for 600 baht or a whole duck for 1,100 baht. The duck sauce is rich, yet delicate, and the cooking method is tried and tested to deliver consistency. This is a classy restaurant with an international reputation and should be the first choice for duck lovers.

    • Open: 10:00 - 22:00
    • Location: Basement Floor at Siam Paragon (near the food court above Siam Ocean World Aquarium)
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    5) Kalpapruek Restaurant
    Kalpapruek Restaurant at Siam Paragon

    Kalpapruek at Siam Paragon is a branch of the very popular original restaurant located on Soi Pramuan in Silom. Kalpapruek is not set inside a restaurant but just an open terrace in the food gallery. While it might not look as sophisticated, it serves a great selection of authentic Thai food at affordable prices, usually around 120 to 150 baht. Try some of the favourites: spicy grilled beef with eggplant (120 baht), spicy pomelo salad with prawns (150 baht) or even a classic Som Tum Kai Kem - a spicy papaya salad with salted eggs (120 baht) followed by a Tom Ka Kai - Chicken soup in coconut milk (170 baht). Also, be sure to try their famous selection of green, yellow and red curries!

    • Open: 10:00 - 22:00
    • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon
    • Cuisine: Thai Cuisine
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