Siam Restaurants

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After You Cake Shop

After You Dessert Café is diminutive in size, but massive in reputation; this bright and airy café is located next to the Gourmet Supermarket and is recognisable by the queue of people lined up outside. The cakes and desserts, obviously, are mouthwateringly good, and they also serve a limited selection of savoury food including fried breakfasts, pancakes with bacon and waffles with smoked sausage. The ice coffees and frappuccinos look as though they've been crafted into shape by a sculptor. Owing to their success, After You has maximized their floor space so tables leave scant room for elbows, but it all helps to create an atmosphere that is lively and exciting.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon

Au Bon Pain

This Boston-owned bakery ('Au Bon Pain' meaning 'the place of good bread') gives customers the option to design their own sandwich through ticking off preferences of bread and fillings via a clipboard, so fear not any language barriers. Beyond sandwich design you can opt for a tailor-made treat or choose from the delicious selection of pastries (both sweet and savory) on offer. Even if you’re not feeling that hungry, the coffee here is great; both iced and hot.

  • Opening Hours: 07:00-22:00
  • Location: G Fl. Siam Discovery
  • Cuisine: Coffee, cakes, pastries and sandwiches

Known previously as Baan Khun Po, this delightfully Thai establishment has been around since 1998. It has achieved quite a reputable status over the years as a place that serves up conventional Thai dishes from all four regions of Thailand. The atmosphere, blending retro-style interior décor and old wooden furniture, transports you back some 50 years, when dining out was considered a rare luxury. Apart from the extensive a la carte menu, the restaurant offers a set menu for two, catering mainly for foreigners, with classical Thai music performances from 19:00 to 21:00 daily. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 8
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 250 1953, +66 (0)2 658 4112


Belguardo’s head chef Marco Camarrata sums the restaurant's ethos up as, "fresh, simple, and imported". The open kitchen and predominant use of natural light lends an extra sense of space to the restaurant – Belguardo fittingly translates as 'beautiful vista'. The menu features all your typical Italian treats from pastas, pizzas, steaks to risottos and Belguardo also rustles up some mean desserts.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Location: G Fl, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama I Road
  • Cuisine: Italian

Brasserie Europa at the Siam Kempinski Hotel serves a delicious lunch and dinner brunch buffet in a chic dining room with views of the hotel’s inner courtyard. The freshness and the quality of ingredients is top notch here, so it’s easy to go back to beautiful displays of seafood, salads, cold cuts and desserts for more. Unlike other brunches in town, the restaurant serves the main course a la carte from a menu comprised of gourmet ingredients from all around the world. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 12:00 to 15:00, Dinner 18:00 to 23:00
  • BTS: Siam
  • Address: Brasserie Europa at Siam Kempinski Hotel, 991/9 Rama I Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2162 9000

Cafe Chilli

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.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon

Chabuton Ramen

For those serious about Japanese ramen, this noodle house offers award-winning recipes whipped up by the 2002 TV Champion’s Best Ramen Chef, Yasuji Morizumi. The menu features eight types of ramen, including the signature shoyu zaru ramen, plus a selection of side dishes such as gyoza and chicken tatsuta-age. Besides the pedigree title, what makes Chabuton different is the perfectly cooked noodles that goes so well with the complex taste and aroma of the soup.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 3, Rama I Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 635 7930 press 1

Crystal Jade

As Chinese restaurants go in Bangkok this is a contemporary and up-market affair, offering no compromise on food, quality and service, unlike some of the cheaper Cantonese venues around the city. In between shopping we recommend a pit stop here where you can sample the array of Hong Kong-style dim sums on offer at lunchtime. The menu offers a large selection of mains from seafood, lobster and prawn dishes to specialty bird's nest and shark fin soup.

  • Opening Hours: 11:000-22:00
  • Location: G fl, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama 1 Road
  • Cuisine: Chinese

Doo Dee

A favourite haunt among university students and office workers, Doo Dee is best known for its spicy, flavourful noodle soups. The signature dish, glass noodle tom yam, is a perfect blend of fiery flavours, plus a tangy note of lime, while other tom yam noodle dishes are equally tasty. The portions are quite generous for the price that you pay. There’s also an extensive menu of Vietnamese fare and made-to-order Thai dishes for those who prefer something less spicy, but the taste may disappoint you.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00 – 21:30
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 4

Four Seasons

Specialty roast duck restaurant originally from London, this is only the second branch worldwide 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 600baht or a whole duck for 1,100baht. 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.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00 every day
  • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon

Greyhound Cafe

Fast, friendly and efficient, the cafe presents an imaginative selection of Thai food, pasta, great sandwiches, and a few Western favourites. All are reasonably priced with generous servings, accompanied by a hearty choice of beers, wine and many creative cocktails.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 - 22:00
  • Location: Siam Centre, Ground floor.
  • BTS: Siam
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2658-1129-30
  • Cuisine: Italian/Thai

The Grill Tokyo

This Japanese fusion restaurant features an array of imported meats including red whale meat, horse meat, kobe beef, and Matsuzaka beef. For a fusion touch, try grilled foie gras sushi, or romaine lettuce and cheese salad. The extensive sushi menu comes highly recommended as does the prime tuna belly and spring onions.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-22:00
  • Location: Ground floor Siam Paragon
  • Cuisine: Japanese/Italian

This is not the place to venture out to if you are looking for Thai cuisine. Tex Mex, burgers and steaks fresh from the grill are the order of the day here. One of the Hard Rock's most redeeming features is the nightly live entertainment, which ranges from live reggae, pop, soul and rock performances. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 - 01:00
  • Location: 424/3-6 Siam Square Soi 11
  • BTS: Siam
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2251-0797
  • Cuisine: International

Hong Kong Noodle

Two decades old, this 30-cover restaurant has Hong Kong-style noodles with grilled duck or pork. Homemade egg noodles, shrimp wonton soup and khao moo deang (rice and grilled pork topped with red sauce) are other specialties.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
  • Location: Siam Square, Soi 3
  • BTS: Siam
  • Cuisine: Asian


This sweets café serves up a range of delectable a la carte ice creams, waffles and cakes. Housed inside a tastefully decked out shop, with DIY chandeliers, rough-painted brick walls and buffed concrete floors, iberry is a welcome alternative to existing ice cream chains like Swensens, Baskin Robbins and Haagen Dazs. For starter, it offers a creative selection of flavoured ice creams, most with a local touch, such as santol sorbet, Thai iced tea, green mango, pandanus, and a whole lot more that will keep you going back for more. There’s also an array of themed ice creams, such as the high-tea ice cream set, which you can share with your friends.

  • Opening Hours: 10:30 – 22:00
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 2
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 658 3829


Fusing culinary techniques of the East and West, this cosy dining establishment is all about creativity and freshness. The menu highlights an exciting range of colours, tastes and textures, presented as edible art on a plate. Ingredients are selected daily and prepared according to traditional Japanese cooking style, whereas Western techniques are applied to enhance the flavour and presentation. The atmosphere is laid-back and contemporary, with sakura blossoms painted on a deep red background, black leather chairs and bright yellow sake wall. Coupled with impressive service, Izuya has all the elements for a pleasant dining experience.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30-22:00 (Sun-Thurs), 11:30-23:00 (Fri-Sat)
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 7, opposite CU Book Store
  • BTS: Siam

Possibly one of the nicest places to eat in Siam, the café is surrounded by water and greenery along with exotic butterflies and birds. A tour of the teakwood mansion after or before a meal is definitely a great way gain an insightful glimpse at the silk trade in Thailand and the life of the American who led it to be so prevalent on a global scale, Jim Thompson. The café features both Thai and western dishes, cooked and presented to perfection with pretty good coffee, too. It goes without saying that the café interior décor is completely delightful. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:00-18:00
  • Location: Opposite the National Stadium on Rama I Road
  • BTS: National Stadium
  • Cuisine: International

Kalpapruek Restaurant

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!

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Location: Basement of Siam Paragon


Feast away on spring greens with fried shrimp, beans, pork crackling with herbs and a tasty pork dip. Savoury gourami fish salad is highly recommended, with its explosion of spicy onions, lemongrass, mint and other piquant ingredients spread on crispy pieces of fish. Bean curd and mixed vegetables with minced chicken in gravy is served in a big bowl alongside baby corn, carrots and thinly sliced mushrooms that balance with extremely soft chunks of tofu.

  • Opening Hours: 11:000-22:00
  • Location: G fl, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama 1 Road
  • Cuisine: Thai

Marina HK

This quick-and-easy eatery is a good place to drop by for a casual meal. With wooden square stools and tables, the place almost feels like a dim sum joint in Hong Kong, except for the sleek white floors and brightly lit interiors. The menu offers everything from roasted duck noodle soups, barbecued pork over rice and congee to a whole spectrum of Issan dishes like som tam, bamboo shoots salad and grilled marinated chicken. Service is quick and efficient.

  • Opening Hours: 24/7
  • Location: Between Siam Square Soi 1 and 2, Rama I Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 251 1568

Bangkok's legendary Mah Boon Krong (MBK) has two food courts: Fifth Food Avenue on the fifth floor, and the more frenetic MBK Food Centre on the sixth. One of the most popular shopping malls among locals and tourists, MBK's food halls are geared to keep these hungry shoppers energized at any time of the day or night. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Location: MBK Shopping Mall

Who would have thought that one of the best noodle soups in Bangkok could be found next to the escalator of the largest and most luxurious shopping malls in town! Of course noodle soup comes in so many forms and everyone has a preference and an opinion: what it should taste like, how it should be done, not to mention how much it should cost, but Nuer Koo is without a doubt our current favourite. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
  • Location: 4th Floor at Siam Paragon
  • BTS: Siam

Outback Steakhouse

  • Location: 6nd Floor, Siam Discovery Center, Patumwan
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 658 0202

Pepper Lunch

Fusing fast food and casual dining concepts, Pepper Lunch serves up sizzling sukiyaki, teriyaki, steaks (Australia and New Zealand imported beefs) and meat over rice dishes on an iron hot plate. Your order arrives at the table raw but slowly cooked through as you season the dish with either honey brown sauce (amakuchi) or garlic soy sauce (karakuchi). The innovative concept has proven popular among new-generation Thais, who enjoy an element of fun, even while eating. Pepper Lunch is a franchise of the Japanese chain with the same name.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 21:00
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 3, Rama I Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 252 9352

Red Sky is one of the newest rooftop bars and restaurant in Bangkok. While it doesn't offer striking riverside or treetop views that other rooftop bars enjoy, it has pretty impressive 360-degree panoramic vistas from its 55th floor, one of the most convenient locations in town. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 5 pm to 1 am
  • Location: 55th floor of the Centara Grand, Central World
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2100 1234

Rot Dee Det

Rot Dee Det (which translates to Tastes So Good) is slap bang in the centre of Siam Square, the fashion centre of Bangkok, and attracts an intriguingly eclectic mix of Bangkok society all drawn by the rows of Thai dishes presented in metal trays, and a noodle station with dark, dense and flavoursome broth. Items start from 40 baht and the white tiles and barren interior design is a clear sign that Rot Dee Det is a local Bangkok restaurant with its focus clearly on the food. Dishes here are served on the small side but come bursting with flavour so we recommend ordering at least a couple of options. Come around lunch and you will struggle to find a seat, as local restaurants are slowly pushed out of Siam Square with Japanese and American franchises taking their place.

What to Order: Browse the cooked selection for anything that takes your fancy, and a bowl of beef noodles.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 20:00
  • Location: 420-420/1 Siam Square Soi 7

Shabushi by Oishi

This shabu-shabu franchise is a ubiquitous presence in shopping malls across Bangkok, often with lines of people waiting to get inside to feast for 1.5 hours for 350 baht. Each Shabushi branch is designed in the same way, very much like a sushi train restaurant. Stools are lined up along a revolving conveyor belt which delivers the variety of ingredients to your seat, which you then boil in your pot of either spicy tom yum flavour broth or a lighter, salty broth. Ingredients range from fish, clams and shrimp, to beef, chicken and all manner of vegetables. There is also a sushi area, free soft drinks and ice cream.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-21:00
  • Location: MBK/CentralWorld/Siam Center

Siam Boat Noodles

If you like the taste of your noodle soup complex and spicy, then sample a bowl of original boat noodles here. The portions are small enough to allow for a few bowls, and the prices are also minimal. Decked out with wooden square stools, tables and the signature rowboat out front, this compact-sized eatery is always packed with diners. With early success, the restaurant now offers additional items on the menu, including som tam, Issan-style spicy pork rib soup, Thai-style sukiyaki, phad thai, and more.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 21:30
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 10
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 560 1700

Siam Center food court – or Food Republic, to use its proper name – is a welcome addition to Bangkok’s already plentiful supply. This stylish, gun-metal grey collection of food and beverage stalls has one of the best spreads of world cuisine of any in the capital and a modern décor that blurs the line between food court and restaurant. It’s cool, clean and bustling with a varied clientele of locals and tourists. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10.00-21.00
  • Location: Siam
  • BTS: Siam

Given the fact that Siam Paragon has proclaimed itself as the 'Pride of Bangkok', its Food Hall accordingly lives up to the hype. Covering a good half of the mall's huge ground floor, the Food Hall is divided into three different zones: Food Hall Food Court, Food Hall Gallery, and Food Hall Take Home. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Location: Siam Paragon
  • BTS: Siam

Before the arrival of Som Tam Nua, the best place to go get a bite of zesty Isaan cuisine was at one of the street-side stalls across the city. Som Tam Nua, the brainchild of a group of local art students, was among the very first to place the entire som tam parlour inside an air-conditioned room and has since shot to fame. Famous for its fiery offering, from som tam lao (raw and spicy papaya salad) to laab moo (pork salad) and fried chicken with ‘jaew’ sauce, Tam Nua is not the place for the faint-hearted – even seasoned veterans can expect to shed a few tears. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:45-21:30
  • Location: Siam Square Soi 5
  • BTS: Siam
  • Cuisine: Northeastern Thai

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. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 – 15:00 amd 18:00 – 23:00 Daily
  • BTS: Siam
  • Address: 991 Rama 1 Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 162 9000

European finesse and cultured cuisine awaits at Tables at Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, a restaurant offering the only tableside-cooking brunch in Bangkok. Offering a refined menu of classic international dishes, cooked ‘a la minute’, the Tables Sunday brunch is the best opportunity for visitors to try a little bit of everything the restaurant has to offer, including a comprehensive range of meat, seafood, salad, pasta...and a whole room dedicated to dessert. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 12:00-15:00
  • Location: Mezzanine Level, Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, Rachdamri Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2254 1234
  • Price Range: Price: 1,600 baht per person (not including tax or service charge) with ice tea, water, tea and coffee. 900 baht for children under seven. An additional 580 baht for the free-flow beverage package for unlimited Prosecco, wine, beer, orange juice

Vanilla Industry

Vanilla Industry in Siam Square announces its presence with an intriguing old fashioned wooden door front that stands out amongst the fashion boutiques in this part of Bangkok. Step inside and you are greeted by a vintage looking counter that displays some of the tastiest cakes we have seen, from banoffee pie to crumbly cookies. This bakery opened in 2004 and has been delighting customers ever since with their blend of yesteryear, delicious sweet treats and excellent prices.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 daily
  • BTS: Siam
  • Address: 422/1-3 Siam Square Soi 11
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 658 4720

As the name suggests, Yellow Tail Sushi Bar is an exceptional Japanese restaurant for anyone looking for premium cuts of the best sushi and sashimi, flown fresh from Japan three times a week. There are so many Japanese restaurants in Bangkok serving tuna belly and wagyu steak nowadays that some people have mistakenly started to lump them all in together – but mark my words, the quality of the produce here is far higher than any of those shopping mall franchise bento box restaurants. Open every day for dinner between 18:00 and 22:00, and 11:30 to 14:30 on weekends, this is an excellent option for a special occasion when only the best is good enough. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 18:00 to 22:00 – 11:30 to 14:30 (on weekends only)
  • BTS: Ratchathewi
  • Address: 117/39-40 Phaya Thai Rd
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2309 3939

Zuma is a beautiful and exquisite Japanese Restaurant designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu of Studio Glitt Tokyo. It’s set on the ground floor of the St Regis, one of the trendiest hotels in Bangkok. Zuma is actually more an Izakaya lounge than a traditional Japanese restaurant and it combines in a very large space several ways of enjoying Japanese cuisine. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily Lunch 12 :00 – 15 :00, Daily Dinner 18 :00 – 23 :00
  • Location: G/F, 159 Ratchadamri Road
  • BTS: Ratchadamri
  • Tel: 66 2252 4707
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