Emporium Food Hall, situated on the fifth floor of Emporium Bangkok, is a sleek, modern food court that has handpicked food stalls for their excellence in particular dishes. This expansive and air-conditioned food court focuses on everyday Thai food, although there are also Arabic, Korean, Indian, and Vietnamese stalls available. Several mid-range patisseries, Japanese and Chinese dining outlets surround the food court, offering slightly higher priced dishes, and Cafe G drinks bar serves pastries and cakes, as well as coffee and tea, fruit juices, smoothies, and alcoholic beverages. It is certainly a great place to stop for lunch in the Phrom Phong area of Sukhumvit.
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Emporium Food Hall operates with a credit card system, which you are given when you enter the food court. The card has 3,000 baht of credit on it, which you use to purchase your food and drinks. You pay for your meal at the end, when you return the card. The food here, though slightly pricier than most food courts is very high quality and comes in satisfying portions, plus the interior design is far more stylish than your typical canteen style food court in Bangkok.
Priced between 60 and 100 baht per dish, choices include classic Asian offerings such as steamed chicken with rice, Indian curry, roast duck with noodles and wonton (120 baht), papaya salad (65 baht), fried rice with Thai sour sausage (65 baht) as well as fusion delicacies including tom yum goong spaghetti (90 baht) and Thai-style sukiyaki with beef slices (110 baht). Drinks-wise, Emporium Food Hall serves a wide range of teas, coffee and fruit juices such as espresso mochaccino (150 baht) and lemongrass juice (60 baht) as well as a selection of alcoholic beverages.
While Emporium Food Hall gets rather packed during peak hours, service is rather prompt and tables are quickly cleared to cater to hungry shoppers and office crowds. Around the periphery of Emporium Food Hall there are Japanese franchise restaurants which spill out into the centre of the mall, and there is a large Tops supermarket next to the exit. Overall, Emporium’s stylish interior and extensive food-and-beverage offerings provide a satisfying experience for Emporium Bangkok’s upmarket clientele.
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Emporium Food Hall
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 22:00
- BTS: Phrom Phong
- Address: 5F, Emporium Bangkok Shopping Centre, Sukhumvit Soi 24/26
- Tel: +66 (0) 2 269 1000