Lang Suan Restaurants in Bangkok
Where and What to Eat in Lang Suan
Plenty of smart restaurants and small shopping malls can be found all along Langsuan, a boulevard-like road. Cool and chic eateries occupy both the main road, starting with the bright red Mercury Ville mall and its many Japanese Restaurants and frome there, all the small sois branching off. Langsuan seems to be a magnet for international restaurants: Japanese, Vienamese, French, Italian and even the famous Gaggan restaurant and its surprising molecular Indian cuisine.Read More
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Restaurants on Luang Suan
All Six to Twelve at Urbana Langsuan
All Six to Twelve is housed on the ground floor of Urbana Langsuan. This light and airy monochrome café serves affordable fusion and international comfort food in a warehouse-style setting. It’s the ideal place for fun and relaxed dinner and drinks with friends. Don’t let the fact that it’s in long-stay apartment building put you off, as even from the outside this café looks smart, with a bold black and white colour scheme that continues inside. The large dining space has an industrial feel to it, with high ceilings, exposed brick work and lots of light. There are simple bistro style table and chairs around the room, with cosy seating in the bay windows. Sometimes it feels like you are in Brooklyn rather than Bangkok. They like to keep the place so cool it’s positively chilly so bring a jumper if you want to linger here.
- Opening Hours: From 6:00 till midnight every day
- BTS: Chit Lom
- Address: All Six to Twelve, Urbana Langsuan (Fraser Place Langsuan), 55 Lang Suan Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
- Tel: +66 (0)2 2506799
D'Orsay restaurant is a cozy little French brasserie located on the third floor of the recently renovated Portico lifestyle mall on Lang Suan Road, not far from BTS station Chidlom. Like most of the restaurants in Portico, D'Orsay is rather discreet and easily missed but with the balance between imported fresh products and the right price it deserves to be better known. We did try quite a few restaurants in Childom and this is now one of our favourites when in the area. D'Orsay feels homey after dusk with red velvet curtains and art deco fresques on the walls surrounding the central cocktail bar. With well balanced lighting, the atmosphere is warm and without being defined as really romantic, it is a great place for a tete a tete dinner. (We recommend going for dinner as lunch feels more casual). Of course with the line 'Moules, Steak, Frites' (Mussels, Steaks, Fries) written under the D'Orsay logo, the menu is clearly French.
- BTS: Chidlom
- Address: 3rd Floor The Portico Langsuan, Langsuan Road
- Tel: 02 650 4747, 02 650 4748
Le Boeuf Restaurant Bangkok, the steak and frites bistro, boldly claims to have the exact recipe of the famed sauce from Café de Paris Restaurant in Geneva. Homesick European expats and globetrotting Thais came from far and wide to put their claims to the test and it has been a wild success. In our humble opinion, we have to agree: this is the real deal!
Their moniker of ‘Just one great dish all day, every day’ is a little off the mark as there are three choices of mains, a small selection of appetisers and full page of desserts. But it is the famous steak, secret recipe sauce, and bottomless Read More...
- Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00 daily
- Location: Le Boeuf, 60 Lang Suan Marriot Mayfair Serviced Apartments, Chit Lom
- BTS: Chit Lom
- Tel: +66 (0)2 652 0207, +66 (0)2 672 1230 (bookings are recommended)
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/leboeufgroup/
It seems odd that a small white colonial house on a small backstreet off Langsuan Road serves some of the most daring Indian food this side of Calcutta, which, incidentally, is the hometown of chef Gaggan Anand, the mastermind behind the impressive dishes. His credentials are impressive: cooking for Bill Clinton and interning at the world famous El Bulli in Spain before finally opening the doors to the restaurant that shares his name in late 2010. Since then his innovative molecular Indian cuisine has been delighting restaurant goers in Bangkok. Gaggan is located on a quiet, unassuming side lane off Langsuan Road, but be sure to book ahead if you want to sample these delights. Even on a Tuesday night both floors of the restaurant were packed full of foodies.
- Opening Hours: 12:30 – 14:30 and 18:00 – 23:00 Monday to Sunday
- BTS: Chidlom or Ratchadamri
- Address: 68/1 Soi Langsuan (opposite Soi 3)
- Tel: +66 (0)2 652 1700
- Cuisine: World
Medici Sunday Brunch
The latest Sunday brunch to hit Bangkok – and now one of our absolute favourites – is the Italian menu at Medici Restaurant at Hotel Muse, offering an all you can eat buffet of gourmet temptations as well as an entertaining show of live opera or flamenco style guitar. Running from 11:00 to 15:00, the four hour Sunday brunch at Hotel Muse costs 1,500++ baht with soft drinks or 1,900++ with free flow Prosecco, wine and an impressively long list of cocktails.
- Opening Hours: Sunday 11:00 – 03:00
- BTS: Chit Lom or Ratchadamri
- Address: 55/555 Langsuan Road
- Tel: +66 (0) 2 630 4000
The Ninth Cafe
Combining a coffee shop, restaurant and a ladies' boutique for ready-to-wear and made-to-order dresses, The Ninth Cafe offers an elegant atmosphere as well as extensive menu including appetizers, salads, soups and European and popular Thai dishes. It is an ideal place for business meals or intimate dining.
- Opening Hours: Tues - Sun 11:00 - 22:00
- Location: 59/5 Soi Langsuan
- BTS: Chidlom or Ratchadamri
- Tel: +66 (0)2 255 7125-7
Su Tha Ros Restaurant
Su Tha Ros is a fantastic Thai restaurant which serves tasty and traditional dishes with a modern twist, in a chic dining room with a view. Located in the stylish Hotel Muse on Langsuan Road, a ten minute walk from the BTS at Chit Lom, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner every day, with the set lunch menu offering exceptional value. You can’t miss the hotel with its distinctive turrets and gothic styled grand entrance on the left hand side of the road as you walk from the BTS. The restaurant is on the 19th floor of the hotel and offers impressive views towards Wireless Road and the leafy grounds of the American and Dutch embassies. Not all the tables have views so we recommend that you book ahead if you want dinner with a vista.
- Opening Hours: 06:00 – 22:30
- BTS: Chit Lom or Ratchadamri
- Address: Chit Lom or Ratchadamri
- Tel: +66 (0)2 6304000
Ugolini Italian Restaurant
The number of Italian restaurants and pizzerias in Bangkok is testament to the popularity of Italian cuisine and proves that dishes created with simple flavours and premium quality ingredients are appreciated all over the world. Ugolini Restaurant in Bangkok keeps with this tradition and really excels by serving Italian specialties with an effortless style that is as authentic as anything you’d find along the cobbled backstreets of Rome. The management team at Ugolini has plenty of experience having owned restaurants in Phuket and Bangkok for over a decade and while they have wide-ranging plans to modernise in other locations, Ugolini Restaurant will stay squarely in the traditional Italian model. The restaurant is located on Soi Langsuan, a fairly prestigious address in downtown Bangkok. The restaurant is a 500 metre journey down Langsuan Road from Chit Lom BTS station. It is easy to find on the right hand side, just before a small side street called Langsuan 1.
- Opening Hours: 11:30 - 14-30 and 17:30 - 22:30
- Address: 59, 59/6 Soi Langsuan, Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Patumwan Bangkok
- Tel: +66 (2) 252 8108