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    10 Great Upmarket Thai Restaurants

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    Standing proudly in the middle of a luscious green garden, this 100-years-old house with its wooden verandah and old fashioned staircase instantly sets a romantic mood, making it a perfect place for duo dining. This is not another pretty tourist place: Thais, expats and the few travelers who make the effort to discover it are unanimous - the combined charm of a heritage house, exceptional service and the renowned culinary flair of Chef Ian Kittichai makes Issaya Siamese Club an outstanding restaurant. Read More...

    Bo Lan Sukhumvit

    Recognised for many years as one of the best Thai restaurants in Bangkok, Bo Lan is not your everyday local eatery. This is the kind of place to invite your discerning friends or when you want to impress visitors who think they tried it all before. The name 'Bo.Lan' comes from the two chefs 'Bo' (Duangporn Songvisava) and 'Dylan Jones' who were both inspired and worked under the supervision of Michelin stared chef David Thompson at Nahm London. Read More...

    Nahm Siam

    Consistently ranked among the finest restaurants in the world, and with a Michelin star chef at the helm, Nahm serves Thai cuisine prepared according to ancient recipes with a focus on how the flavours and textures of premium quality ingredients interact together. Whether you are a longstanding visitor to Bangkok or it is your first time eating traditional Thai food, Nahm will both surprise and delight you with fantastic dishes. Read More...

    Sra Bua a fine-dining restaurant that serves cutting edge Thai cuisine unlike any you will have ever seen before. Well-known Thai favourites have been turned inside out, and every dish is a treat for the eyes – as well as the taste buds. Located on the ground floor of the Siam Kempinski Hotel, Sra Bua restaurant has high ceilings and Thai antique embellishments.
    Steve Cafe Riverside

    Steve Cafe & Cuisine is tucked away on the riverside, far from busy streets, with no easy access and with no big signage. It's almost as if you have to be worthy to find it. Of course it's not an unknown restaurant, since it opened in 2012 word of mouth spread the good news that Steve Cafe has got everything just right, guaranteeing its sucess. Read More...

    Supanniga Tonglor

    Inspired by his grandmother recipes, the owner Eh opened Supanniga Eating Room, serving an appetizing range of traditional Thai dishes from both her hometown in Trat (by the east coast) and Khon Kaen (northeast) where the family is now based. With comfortable but chic decor, an outside terrace and some strong martinis, this restaurant on Thong Lor is worth a trip along the road to Soi 8. Read More...

    Sala Rim Nam at the Mandarin Oriental combines all the elements of a great romantic Thai dining experiences in Bangkok. This is not an easy title to achieve with so many great restaurants all around town, and Sala Rim Nam succeeds by combining few key elements… an amazing location right by the riverside… not two meters from the water but right next to your table! Famous the world around, the legendary Mandarin Oriental service is flawless so don't be surprised to be greated by your name. And of course all these would be meaningless without the key ingredient of a truly great place: the food!

    You've heard about Royal Thai Cuisine but you don't really what it is about? Surprisingly despite a lot of advertising, there are only few restaurants in Thailand serving authentic Royal Thai Cuisine and Thanying is one of them. It's not even all that expensive and is all about high quality ingredients and about preparation...  Read More...

    Methavalai Sorndaeng Democracy Monument - Near Khao San

    Dining at Methavalai Sorndaeng is a time ward to what Bangkok used to be 50 years ago... Located right at the democracy monunment near Khaosan Road, Methavalai reminds a bit of the Champs Elysées in Paris. It's a bit kitch with the waiters wearing tuxedos and the local quartet playing old tunes, but there is no doubt, the food is great. It's so old fashioned it becomes cute and adds the rare experience of dine in the past!

    Soul Food Between Silom and Sathorn

    It might seem controversial, but one of the best Thai restaurants in the city is run by an American. Soul Food Mahanakorn serves up popular regional dishes in the cosy wood-lined restaurant on Thong Lor, only five minutes’ walk from the BTS. If you are looking for a great evening with delicious food and no pretentions then this is the place to go. Read More...

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