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100° East – Anantara Bangkok Sathorn

Thrill your senses with the electric mix of "East meets West" fusion dishes offered at 100° East, Sathorn Heritage Hotel. Surrounded in a relaxing atmosphere with indoor and outdoor seating, enjoy an extensive selection of international dishes or simply chill out with refreshing cocktails in one of the outside Salas, set in a lush surrounding. Whether you desire a feast or an intimate dinner for two, 100° East offers a range of options that cater to the discerning palate.

  • Location: 36 Narathiwat-Ratchanakarin Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 210 9000
  • Cuisine: Fusion, International
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Baan Kanitha

If you want to experience traditional Thai cuisine at its most diverse, in a traditional setting then Baan Kanitha should be high up on your agenda. The grand converted Thai house makes for an unbelievably romantic and interesting setting, with its antique furniture and numerous paintings.

The seafood here is definitely something to savor, particularly the soft shell crab in tamarind sauce and grilled cotton fish. You should expect to pay a bit more than you usually might for your average Thai meal but it’s worth it, especially having the opportunity to dine in such an authentic setting it is impossible not to be bowled over by the venues inherent charm.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-14:00 – 18:00-23:00
  • Location: 69 South Sathorn Road.
  • BTS: Sala Daeng
  • Tel: (+66) 0 2675 4200-1
  • Cuisine: Thai
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This well-known chain of Thai restaurants already had branches in Europe and the Middle East before opening a venue in Bangkok. You might know the Blue Elephant for being one of Bangkok’s most famous cooking schools, where during the day you can learn the secrets of the spectacular dishes you savor during the evening. Set within a gorgeous colonial home, the food featured on the menu is reminiscent of ‘Royal Thai Cuisine’ sealing the restaurant a place on the ‘must-eat list’ for Thai culinary enthusiasts.

Classic dishes we recommend include the larb salmon – a spicy tartare with fresh Thai herbs that complement the fish very well. To carry on that refreshing feeling, choose wing bean and pomelo salad or rock lobster with green apple. Read More...

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The Capital by the Water Library is the latest restaurant in the ever-expanding portfolio of The Water Library, a group of restaurateurs currently taking the Thai capital by storm. Prior to their latest opening in Sathorn, the prolific brand had already established fine dining spots in Thonglor and Chamchuri, as well as a couple of more laid back bistro-style venues at Central World and Central Embassy.  Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 11:30 - 24:00
  • Location: The Capital by Water Library, Empire Tower/F3, Narathiwas Road
  • Tel: +662 286 9548
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Capsicum

Facing a tropical garden, this restaurant is an ideal place to enjoy a romantic lunch or dinner. At the helm is native French master chef Patrick Escribe, whose signature dishes delight your palate.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30 – 14:30 (lunch), 18:30 – 23:00 (dinner), closed on Mondays
  • Location: 1st floor, Lumpini Residence Sathorn, on Narathiwas Road (100m from MAKRO)
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 286 6191
  • Cuisine: French and Mediterranean

The Celadon at The Sukhothai Hotel Bangkok is an award-winning restaurant that strikes the perfect balance between a refined, fine-dining atmosphere alongside delicious and rather artistically presented classic Thai cuisine. Their generously sized set dinner menus start from 1,500 baht per head – quite reasonable considering the luxurious setting within a Thai pavilion set around a lotus pond, as well as the quality and freshness of each dish coming out of the kitchen. The Celadon has consistently won over diners - and food critics - from around the world, welcoming a mix of both hotel guests and visitors from outside. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 12:00-15:00; Dinner 18:00-23:00 (Daily)
  • Address: The Celadon Restaurant, The Sukhothai Bangkok, 13/3 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2344 8888
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Walking into the Chocolate Tales is like entering someone’s living room. In fact if it wasn’t for the counter you might not even know that it is anything out of the ordinary; there is only a small sign outside. A baking team works on a batch of orders on one of the tables, surrounded by packets of chocolate curls and jelly sweets and the smell of freshly baked cake drifts out from the open kitchen. As well as serving a variety of delicious cakes (with a focus on chocolate) it is this cosy atmosphere that makes The Chocolate Tales so great. Read More...

  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Address: 399/4 Silom Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 234 0210
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This gallery-cum-restaurant has been casting a magical spell on Bangkok’s contemporary dining scene for more than a decade. The predominantly white dining space doubles as an art gallery for showcasing the works of upcoming talents from nearby H Gallery. But come not for the art on the wall but for a taste of its head chef’s brilliant culinary creations, a creative fusion of flavours, textures and colours from the eastern and western hemispheres. Pair your selection with a bottle of New World wine from the cellar, and don’t forget to leave some room for excellent homemade desserts. Read More...

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Glow Restaurant

It is very easy to overdo things in Bangkok, a city with of a thousand and one temptations. This is especially true when it comes to the food; sometimes you need to give your body as well as your taste buds a treat, and there is no better place to do this than at glow at the Metropolitan hotel. The concept may sound a little too preachy to some, advocating organic and raw dishes, but one glance at the menu and any apprehension is put to rest. There are no wimpy salads on this menu, with highlights including grilled wagyu steak with olive and thyme tapenade and vegetables cooked in fragrant spicy tomato & turmeric sauce with chickpeas and quinoa.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30 until 20:30
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Address: 1st floor Metropolitan Hotel South Sathorn Road, Sathon, Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 2 625 3333
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Issaya Siamese Club is a charming Thai restaurant so well hidden on a small street near Rama IV Road, even with a map it's not easy to find. 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...

  • Opening Hours: Daily 11:30am-3pm, 6pm-midnight
  • Location: 4 Soi Sri Aksorn, Chuaphloeng Rd.
  • Tel: 02 672 9040-1 (reservations for dinner strongly recommended)

Just One

Well known for its seafood, Just One is a particular pleasure to dine at due to its outdoor setting in a courtyard, complete with a man-made lake and water cascading down its walls. The food here is incredibly reasonably priced. Dishes average from 80 to 100 baht each and, true to Thai form, rice is served in the shape of a teddy bear.  

We recommend getting a whole fish with chili sauce (seabass or king fish, known in Europe as dorada) and really huge river prawns, grilled with their own Just One sauce.
One of the great things about this restaurant is that guests have more than ample space in which to dine with friends and not be distracted by noise from other tables. In fact you almost feel as though you have the restaurant to yourself, although getting hold of a waiter can be something of a chore. Cocktails for just 100 baht are a good way to begin and end the evening. 

  • Opening Hours: 10:20-02:30
  • Location: 58 Sathon Soi 1
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 679 7932
  • Cuisine: Thai
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The Kitchen Table at W Bangkok offers a generous all-day a la carte selection in some rather funky surroundings, fitting in perfectly with this chic design-hotel. The far-reaching menu is full of contemporary western favourites alongside more delicate Asian classics, all with an emphasis firmly on ‘shared dining’. They also have some rather tempting drinks promos (including free flow cocktails when you spend enough), as well as a pretty cool design-your-own-burger concept.  Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 - 22:30 Daily
  • Location: Level 2, W Bangkok Hotel, Sathorn Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2344 4000
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Kom-Ba-Wa is one of the latest high-profile openings to join the emerging dining scene on Soi Suan Plu, just off the busy Sathorn Road in Bangkok’s financial district. The two-story restaurant, framed by a large set of floor-to-ceiling windows, serves up modern Japanese food in some of the funkiest surroundings we’ve seen since eating at Issaya and Namsaah Bottling Trust – two of restaurateur Fred Meyer’s other acclaimed venues in the city. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:30-14:00 and 18:00-01:00
  • Address: 39/19 Soi Suanphlu, Sathorn Road
  • Tel: 02-679-3775
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Ku De Ta was one of the most high profile openings Bangkok has seen in years, creating a buzz right across the city. This lifestyle and entertainment brand is rightfully world-famous for their elegant restaurants, bars and nightclubs spread across the hot spots of Asia, and Ku De Ta Bangkok is the newest addition to the collection. Located on the 39th and 40th floors of the mammoth Sathorn Square Building the views are suitably impressive, with an uninterrupted cityscape from the nightclub section and views to the Chao Phraya River and beyond from your dinner table. Read More...

  • Location: 39th and 40th floors, Sathorn Square Complex, 98 North Sathorn Road
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2108 2000
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L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Bangkok opened in early 2015 and sent shockwaves through the dining scene in Thailand. Serving French haute cuisine with a focus on meticulous preparation of taste, texture and style, this is the latest addition to the prestigious restaurant group run by Joel Robuchon, a man who has been called ‘Chef of the Century’ by the Gault Millau guide – and with an unparalleled 28 Michelin stars awarded to his restaurants across the world it’s hard to argue with his pedigree. Although Joel himself is not in the kitchen on a daily basis (he visits frequently and has famously high standards), the kitchen is headed by Executive Chef Olivier Limousin, who previously ran the kitchen at the two Michelin starred restaurant L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in London. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30 - 14:30, Dinner 18:30 - 22:30 Everyday
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi, exit 3
  • Address: 5th Floor, MahaNakhon CUBE
  • Price Range: Lunch set starts from 950 baht, 5 course degustation menu from 5,000 baht
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La Scala

Situated inside the Sukothai Hotel La Scala sways towards the upscale end of Bangkok dining where you can expect to pay western prices and more! Nevertheless, it is a beautiful restaurant with impeccable service and a menu that speaks for itself. Although it is pricey the Italian cuisine which changes seasonally is absolutely superb, especially the pizzas that are prepared in a traditional wood-fired oven.

Beyond pizzas you have all your typical Italian dishes each prepared with unique twists, tasting different from the typical Italian fare you might be expecting. 

  • Opening Hours: 12:00-15:00 – 18:30-23:00
  • Location: 13/3 South Sathorn Road, Sukhothai Hotel
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 344 8888
  • Cuisine: Italian
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La Table de Tee restaurant is a real find: somewhere you can enjoy well-presented, delicious French food in an intimate romantic setting. What sets it apart from the crowd is that the five-course inspired set menu is only 1,150 baht per person (not including service charge). We’ve searched high and low but no-one matches La Table de Tee for quality, value and atmosphere in Bangkok. The small restaurant is situated down a back alley on Soi Sala Daeng, just a few minutes from the BTS and MRT stops on Silom Road. The street outside is typical for this area, slightly run-down and a bit grubby, but once you step inside the glass-fronted restaurant, you soon forget about the city noise. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 18:30 to 22:00
  • MRT: Silom
  • BTS: Sala Daeng
  • Address: 69/5 Soi Sala Daeng, Silom Rd., Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 6363220
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Le Pre Grill

Relocated from its former location in Soi Lang Suan, Le Pre Grill continues to offer an authentic French cuisine in an intimate and charming ambiance. The restaurant's Master Chef, Alain Geistlich, flew directly from Le Pre Grill, Paris to take charge in food preparation to ensure consistency in the taste of finest authentic French cuisine that allow you to indulge yourself, without having to travel across continents. Many exquisite signature dishes include 'crepe de saumon' (pancake salmon), 'boeuf bourguignon' (stew beef) and 'blanc manger' (vanilla cream). A carefully chosen wine list is also available to compliment the fine dining experience.

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Sat, lunch 11:30 - 14:30, dinner 18:00 - 22:30
  • Location: 2 Narathiwas Road, Suriyawongse, Bang Rak
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 266 5899
  • Cuisine: French
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Adhering firmly to the unwritten law of decent Bangkok eating which states that no frills eateries often serve up the most intriguing food, is Lek Seafood. A resolutely unglamorous restaurant nestled just underneath Chong Nonsi BTS station, what it lacks in the way of presentation it more than makes up for with culinary gusto and flair. In fact, the distinct absence of decor speaks volumes: here at Lek it's the delicious, fresh scrumptious seafood, cooked up open-air merely a few yards from where you sit, that does the talking.

With little more in the way of furniture than fold-up tables, plastic chairs and Narithiwat Road's roaring traffic within earshot, its lowly, veering on humdrum surroundings could threaten to underwhelm if it weren't for the quality on offer. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 17:00 - 01:00
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 636 6460
  • How to get there: Take the Skytrain (BTS) to Chong Nonsi station. It's located beneath the skytrain platform that goes towards Saphan Taksin, at 156 Soi Phiphat, Narathiwatrachanakharin Road, Silom.
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The Lido

One of Bangkok’s best kept secrets on the international dining scene, the Lido has a legion of loyal customers who have been coming for years to eat the thin-crust pizzas and pasta based dishes. Sweet and simple the restaurant is decked out in red checkered table cloths, while the walls are laden with mementoes of Italy. Here we have a little slice of Italy in Bangkok.

  • Opening Hours: 12:00-12:00
  • Location: 34/3, Soi Sribumphen (off Sathorn one)
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2-677-6351
  • Cuisine: Italian

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...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch - 12:00 – 14:00, Dinner 19:00 – 22:30
  • Address: Ground Floor, The Metropolitan Hotel, 27 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 (0) 625 3333
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Namsaah Bottling Trust is a cultured bar and restaurant in Silom that is hard to ignore. The bright pink exterior is certainly a head-turner, but it’s the intriguing gastro bites and signature cocktail list that makes Namsaah such a popular hangout with Bangkok’s cosmopolitan set.

The menu at Namsaah Bottling Trust is designed by Chef Ian Kittichai, the most prominent chef in Bangkok and a celebrity in his own right. Unlike his previous fine-dining restaurant, Issaya Siamese Club, the menu here is a combination of gourmet gastro bites downstairs and a more refined dining experience upstairs in one of the two dining rooms. Read More...

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Opus Wine Bar

With a walk-in wine cellar containing some 400 labels and an elegant setting – a two-storey restored Thai villa – Opus Wine Bar is ideal for enjoying a sumptuous Italian wining and dining experience. Matched with the classic ambience is the menu of traditional Italian with a contemporary flair, from tapas and antipasti dishes to homemade pasta and imported meat and fish grilled to perfection. The extensive wine collection covers all regions of Italy and French Champagnes, while the Cigar Lounge features a large selection of Cuban cigars and fine spirits.

  • Opening Hours: 18:00-midnight
  • Location: 64 Pan Road (opposite Myanmar Embassy)
  • BTS: Surasak
  • Cuisine: Italian fine dining
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Pandanus

Popular with Bangkok’s high-so set, you should expect a trendy crowd of twenty something’s here. The striking interiors offer an eclectic atmosphere, blending contemporary lines and classic furniture pieces. The menu is predominantly Thai with exciting Italian fare designed to showcase the chef’s culinary creativity. Leave some room for desserts, before heading upstairs to the glitzy bar for a chilled out evening and live DJ mixes.

You can dine on either one of the floors or, outside on the polished terrace. With excellent service, this cosy eatery is ideal for impressing your date.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 01:00
  • Location: 50, Sathorn one, Sathorn Road
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 287 4021-2
  • Cuisine: Thai and Italian
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Park Society is a bar, but you can order a small selection of tapas, starting at 1,100 baht. No happy hours here, but the first glass of wine starts at 290 baht, which is a lot cheaper than Vertigo at Banyan Tree or the Sky Bar at Lebua. Music is good, not intrusive, and it is just so fascinating to watch the city lights appearing as the  natural light dims. The view from the Hi-So terrace located above the Park Society is probably even nicer, but it will cost you a additional 500 baht per person to enjoy the privacy of alcoves, perfect for small parties with friends. Read More...

  • Location: 2 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak, Bangkok
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Tel: (+66) 2 624 0000
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Patara

Elegant and popular with local office types for group parties. Some interesting cross cultural combinations like rack of lamb with chilli sauce, tuna with lime and lemongrass vinaigrette in addition to the more traditional favourites.

  • Location: South Sathorn Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 212 6420
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Red Oven Restaurant Bangkok offers one of the most impressive all-day dining set ups in the city, with well prepared dishes appearing from the unique scarlet stove. Food from around the world is served here: from fresh sushi to homemade ice-cream. Although it is set up like a buffet, this restaurant also serves a la carte options for those who aren’t in the mood for multiple course dining.

The selection on offer for dinner from Sunday to Thursday is up there with many of the famous brunches served in Bangkok, and at a much better price (only 1,200 baht ++ per person). The restaurant opens at 6:30 for breakfast and keeps serving fresh hot and cold options throughout the day until 22:30. On Saturdays and Sundays a classic brunch is served from 12:00 until 15:00. This is a great all-you-can-eat option in a refined setting. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 06:30 until 22:30
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Address: 7th Floor, Sofitel So Bangkok, 2 North Sathorn Road, Bangkok, 10500
  • Tel: +66 2624 0000
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Fantastic views, delicious food, a warm atmosphere and friendly service come together at Saffron Thai restaurant, ensuring that every visitor gets an authentic taste of Thailand and a chance to experience Dusit Thani’s special brand of hospitality. The restaurant is split over two levels, high above the city on the 52nd floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel on Sathorn Road. The closest station is Lumphini MRT, but we recommend taking a taxi; the hotel is well known to taxi drivers. There is a smart casual dress code at Saffron restaurant, so no flip flops, shorts, sportswear or open shoes for men. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 18:00 – 23:00
  • MRT: Lumphini
  • Address: 21/100 South Sathon Road, Bangkok 10120
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 679 1199
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Reminiscent of an English tea-room, the Secret Garden is both charming in choice of interior and culinary character. The menu is comprised of French inspired sweets and traditional Thai treats including fresh fish dishes and delicious chicken wrapped in pandan leaves. With both indoor and outdoor seating options, smokers are well catered to and the heat-shy can rest assured that a well air conditioned inside, waits.

The dress code is informal and the staff both attentive and pleasant. Worth visiting if you want to experience traditional food in an unusual setting. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 12:00-23:00
  • Location: 117/1 South Sathorn Road
  • BTS: Sala Deang
  • Cuisine: Thai
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Sensi Bangkok ticks all the boxes for a modern, creative Italian restaurant: urbane décor, crisp white table clothes and some of the most charming service we have experienced in Bangkok. Classic Italian dishes are approached from surprising angles here and guests are sure to experience well-known dishes in a new, innovative ways. Sensi Bangkok is a family affair and while the Italian chef is busy in the kitchen, his wife takes care of the front of house, and their passion comes across impressively. Proof of this is a fully packed restaurant at 19:00 on a Thursday. Diners are free to choose a la carte or from a five or seven course tasting menu priced at 1,890++ baht and 2,690++ baht (which changes daily according to produce). Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 18:00-24:00 (closed on Sunday)
  • Location: Narathiwas Soi 17 Yaek 5, Sathorn (the Soi runs down the side of the Bangkok University of Technology
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 117 1618
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/sensibangkok
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Signature is the flagship restaurant at Kudeta Bangkok. Labelled as ‘Japanese-influenced modern cuisine’ this is a fine-dining experience to impress the most particular of connoisseurs. The menu is split into cold, tempura and hot, served in a Japanese style and intended to be shared. Portions are small but exquisite in preparation and plating. The menu here is heavy on ocean delicacies and we loved the oyster trio (400 baht), fine de Claire oysters served shucked and ready to devour, with three toppings of sweet, sour and a little Thai-inspired spice. The cut of hon maguro tataki – blue fin tuna with shallots, seaweed and a Tosazu vinegar reduction – is a real treat (600 baht). The fish is cut extra fatty and is fresher than anywhere else in Bangkok, judging from the texture and unmistakeable ‘meaty’ taste. Fish is imported three times a week at Ku De Ta and then held in a special -80 degrees freezer (the only one in Southeast Asia) so the flavour and freshness is sublime. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 18:00-23:00
  • Location: 39th and 40th floors, Sathorn Square Complex, 98 North Sathorn Road
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2108 200
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The perfectly titled ‘Something Sweet’ cafe in Bangkok has been satisfying those with a sweet tooth for over 12 years now, making this one of the city’s longer-running independent cake shops. With a wealth of experience under their belt, as well as a professionally trained cake-connoisseur owner, Something Sweet Bangkok offers substance as well as innovation, setting it above the rest of the younger competition. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Everyday 10:00-22:00 (close 23:00 Fri/Sat)
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Address: 47/4, Sathorn Soi 8
  • Tel: +66 2 636 9440
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Sukhothai Hotel

The Sukhothai takes afternoon tea to a new level with a three-and-a-half hour buffet every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 17:30. The focus is on chocolate, but there is a great variety of sweets and savouries on offer, as well as pots and pots of tea. It would be wise to skip lunch if you are planning a trip, as after this experience you’ll have eaten enough that you won’t want dinner either. The Sukhothai hotel is located on South Sathorn Road, around ten minutes’ walk from Lumpini MRT. Afternoon tea is served in the lobby of the hotel – a cosy green room separated from reception by a series of arches with a view of Sukhothai’s calming water feature, and you are welcomed in to a soothing sound of the khim, a traditional Southeast Asian instrument. It’s always busy so be sure to book ahead, the chocoholic crowd are a keen bunch.

  • Address: 13/3 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 344 8888
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Think Tank (third place)

Bare brick, tall ceilings and large arched windows give Think Tank (third place) a definite European charm. The location is a little out of the way, quite far down Narathiwas Road, primarily for the university students from nearby Rajamangala University of Technology. It’s geared towards groups who come to study and it’s not unusual to see groups of university students tapping away on their laptops long past midnight. Private room available for 100 baht per hour. Free Wi-Fi.

  • Location: Narathiwas Soi 17
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0)8 6784 9384
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Taihei Japanese Restaurant serves remarkable sushi and teppanyaki over two floors of the Banyan Tree Hotel on Sathorn Road. Perfect for a business lunch or romantic meal, the restaurant is arranged in a number of small rooms which creates an exclusive vibe and the floor to ceiling windows from the 53rd and 54th floor add a touch of awe to proceedings. Guests can choose to sit upstairs at a live cooking station, downstairs in a private room laid with tatami mats, or up at the sushi counter to watch the skilled sushi chefs in action. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:30 to 14:30 – Dinner: 18:00 to 23:00
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Address: Banyan Tree Hotel, Sathorn
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2679 1200
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Tenyuu Grand on Sathorn

Tenyuu Grand is an upmarket Japanese restaurant set in a beautiful old house with a large manicured garden, a feature rather unusual in Bangkok. The room inside is less surprising but but what makes Tenyuu Grand special is the quality of the imported meats and fishes. Try some Matsutaka beef but check the price first, it's more expensive than Kobe Beef. The choice of Japanese dishes is impressive, as well as the bill.

  • Location: 66 Soi Pipat, Sathorn Road (Main entrance is actually right on Sathorn Road)
  • Tel: 02 632 1777
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So you heard of Royal Cuisine and are wondering where to find the real thing and not end up in a tourist trap? Or if this one meal is going to cost such royal sum you will have to eat plain rice for the rest of your holiday? If you're not careful it could! 

Fortunately, we know a small restaurant hidden in Silom area which serving exactly what you are looking for and it won't even cost you an arm and a leg: Thanying, a delightful restaurant owned by M.R. Sorut Visuddhi, son of Princess Sulabh. Royal cuisine doesn't mean overly complicated dishes, but requires using only the best fresh ingredients, an elegant presentation and everything cut so that a guest never has to use a knife, the fish should be absolutely boneless and many other details that help to make the distinction between food and cuisine. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: daily from 11:30 hrs and last order is at 22:00 hrs
  • Location: 10 Thanon Pramuan (Pramuan St.), off Silom Rd. (between Silom 17 and 19)
  • BTS: 3 mn walk from Surasak BTS Station
  • Tel: (66) 02-236-4361, (66) 02-235-0371
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Trajai Steak House

A popular choice with Bangkok expats, the Trajai Steak House features a meat and fish based menu, with everything from salmon, dory fish and ostrich to New Zealand pork chops available. Other than steaks there is a great selection of salads and some Thai classics including Tom Yum and green curry. What really attracts much of its custom is the cheap wine, which is something of a rarity in Bangkok.

The interior is eclectic to say the least with umbrellas hanging from the ceiling and palm trees decked out in fairy lights, you get the feeling this could only be in Thailand. What really stands out about Trajai is the excellent wait staff, who anticipate your every need.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Location: Soi Sribumphen (Off Sathorn one)
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Cuisine: Steaks
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If you’re after world-class dining when in Bangkok, step 61 floors up to Vertigo where the endless panorama is enough to distract you from the food, although it’s not as though you’d want to be. The superb cuisine on offer comprises Pan-Asia and international treats catering to a global clientele while still carrying accents of Thailand. Before dinner the adjacent Moon Bar is the perfect pre-dinner drink venue to enjoy a cocktail before settling down for a breezy moon-lit feast.

The menu features culinary wonders including chilled green mango soup and broiled maine lobster in chardonnay sauce. For dessert we recommend a sampling plate, essential for those who want to taste everything on offer. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 18:30-23:00 (weather permitting)
  • Location: 21/100 South Sathon Road, The Banyan Tree Bangkok
  • MRT: Lumpini
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 679 1200
  • Cuisine: Italian
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