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    Where and What to Eat in Silom

    Silom is home to countless local and international restaurants, cafés, bistros, food stalls and food courts. Eat with the city's bourgeoisie at lofty rooftop restaurants like Sirocco or Breeze. Queue for fast-foods at the likes of Burger King and McDonalds. Or join the man-on-the-street, literally, by patronising one of Silom's delectable curbside food stalls.

    In Soi Convent, directly opposite Soi 4, is an exciting mix of international cuisines such as French, Japanese, Mexican, Thai, English and Italian located right to next one another. Even traditional sleaze pit, Patpong, has its fair share of quality fare, including that served at French bistro Le Bouchon. See Thailand Tatler reviews for the area's best. Dotted along both sides of Silom Road are the usual mix of fast food chains and street food stalls. If you love Japanese food, go to Soi Thaniya for authentic Japanese food. 

All Restaurants on Silom

22 Kitchen & Bar Bangkok has replaced the longstanding French fine-diner D’Sens on the top floor of Dusit Thani Hotel in Silom, bringing a refreshing change to one of the capital’s oldest hotels with its impressively creative menu of Pacific-Peruvian fusion food.

Twenty two floors up (hence the name), the old decor has been swapped for some bright turquoise and cream furnishings to evoking a distinct coastal theme, in-fitting with the seafood-heavy menu that encompass flavours stretching across the Pacific from Peru, to Mexico, Japan and Hawaii. Another winner here is the view, overlooking the greenery of Lumpini Park and Bangkok’s CBD from the (almost) floor-to-ceiling-windows. Ladies night is worth looking out for too, with girls getting freeflow cocktails and sparkling wine every Thursday from 19:00-23:00. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Bar 16:00 - 24:00 daily, Dinner 18:00 - 22:00 daily
  • Address: 22/F, Dusit Thani, 946 Silom Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 (0)2200 9000 (#2345)
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Aalto Kitchen

Located on the walking street Sun Square between Silom Soi 21 and 23, Aalto Kitchen serves up a feast of authentic and popular dishes of Nordic cuisine. Highlights include beef meatballs, smörgås(Danish open sandwich), karelian pies and mama’s pancake (Finnish-styled pancakes from the owner’s mother’s recipes).

Thai and Finnish lunch sets are available at irresistible prices. Simple but stylish, the restaurant features a laid-back atmosphere making you feel like dining at home. The bar corner offers an array of quality and imported beverage. Happy hours starts from 15:00 – 18:00 and 21:00 – 23:00, daily. Free Wi-Fi.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 23:00
  • Location: 1035/6 Sun Square, Silom Road (Between Soi 21 and 23)
  • BTS: Surasak
  • Cuisine: Scandinavian
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Aubergine

A hidden jewel in Bangkok’s international dining scene, Aubergine is an intimate restaurant that looks and feels as if it would be right at home on Paris’s Left Bank. Complete with the Edith Piaf background music and a French native working his magic in the kitchen.

  • Opening Hours: Open daily, Lunch 11.30 - 14.30, Dinner 18.00 - 23.00
  • Location: Sala daeng soi 1/1, silom
  • Cuisine: French / Mediteranean
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Beirut Restaurant

Only a few steps from Silom Soi 4, this Lebanese-run restaurant offers excellent Middle East classic dishes at inexpensive price. Greek salad, lamb barbeque, chicken shwarmas and all kinds of kebabs are popular. Main dishes usually served with choices of rice, potatoes, or roti with a few dipping sauces. Beirut Restaurant has two branches. The other one is located on basement level in Ploen Chit Centre, Sukhumvit Soi 2. 

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
  • Location: Ground fl, J City Tower, Silom Road.
  • Cuisine: Middle East
  • Price Range: Affordable

Breeze is a fine-dining restaurant for a special occasion. Serving delectable Chinese-inspired cuisine on a stunning terrace – 51 storeys above the Chao Phraya River – this is a Bangkok restaurant with added ‘wow’ factor. The menu here spans the entire Asian continent and the kitchen boasts talented staff who mix tradition with modernity to create truly unique offerings. Add to this the most remarkable cocktails in Bangkok and you can see why Breeze is packed almost every night of the week. Read More...

  • BTS: Saphan Taksin
  • Address: 51st floor, lebua Hotel, Silom Road, Bang Rak
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2624 9999
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Bug & Bee

Bug & Bee is the easiest 24 hour café to find in Bangkok, as it occupies three floors of a narrow shophouse in a prominent location at the foot of Sala Daeng BTS Skytrain Station. Their coffee is sourced from northern Thailand, with plenty of smoothies and teas available too. The menu specialises in sweet and savoury crepes, with western and Thai dishes on the sizeable menu (kitchen closes at 22:00. After that it is cakes and baked goods only). Floor-to-ceiling windows from every floor look out over Silom Road, and as it is close to both Patpong red light district and Silom Soi 4 gay street, it attracts a diverse (and polite) late night crowd. Free Wi-Fi.

  • Location: 18 Silom Road
  • BTS: Sala Daeng
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2632 8883
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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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Concerto Italian Restaurant

The restaurant is located on the second floor of Niu’s on Silom Jazz Club, Wine Bar and Restaurant. Concerto Italian Restaurant serves you with arguably the finest Italian Cuisine in town, by the world-renowned and Bangkok’s famous Italian Chef Marco Cammarata, the executive chef and Kitchen Artist. Also, the restaurant offers selected Thai dishes as well as some of the best wines from around the world.

  • Opening Hours: 17:00 – 01:00
  • Location: 661 Floor 1-2 Baan Silom Arcade, Silom Road (between Soi 17 and 19)
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 266 5333
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Step inside Daimasu Izakaya and travel to Tokyo without having to leave Bangkok! This tiny Japanese restaurant just off Surawong Road, not far from Silom, is exactly what an Izakaya looks like in Japan. A warm and lively little place serving a large choice of grilled meats, fish and veggies along with salads, snacks and lots of drinks. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:30 - 14:00 - Dinner 18:00 - 23:00
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 634 1477
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Dean & DeLuca

From New York’s SoHo district to Silom, Bangkok, Dean & DeLuca is a true epicurean haven. The lofty glass box, decked out in black, white and buffed concrete, sets the stage for a laid-back dining experience. Like its New York counterpart, the café features a selection of gourmet sandwiches, cakes, pastry and coffees, alongside its collection of premium treats for personal indulgence back home.

  • Opening Hours: 07:00-20:00
  • Location: Mahanakorn Pavilion, at the foot of BTS Chong Nonsi
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 234 1434
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Half restaurant, half gallery, Eat Me will succeed in both appeasing your appetitive and enlightening some senses. Featuring a menu of great fusion dishes, including tuna tartar and spicy lemongrass chicken, for many the food surpasses the art, which is mainly for commercial purposes. The gallery setting means the ambience is decidedly minimalist, with exposed beams and indirect lighting. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 15:00-01:00
  • Location: 1/6 Pipat Soi 2, Convent Rd, Silom
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 238 0931
  • Cuisine: International
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Il cielo Dusit Thani welcomes you in with the warm colours of Tuscany to this modern Italian restaurant and serves plenty of Mediterranean food prepared with imported ingredients in their open kitchen. Lunch time offers some fantastic deals, but most impressive is the appetiser buffet. Here you can have your fill of Italy’s best antipasti, creamy buffalo mozzarella, cured meats, fresh salads, roasted vegetables and mini chicken pesto burgers to name but a few. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday - from 11:30 – 14:30, Monday to Sunday - from 18: 00 – 22:30
  • MRT: Silom
  • BTS: Sala Daeng
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2200 9000 ext. 2299
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Indian Hut

Generally considered one of the best Indian restaurants in Bangkok (a fairly huge claim) Indian Hut is a place to be experienced. The extensive menu offers authentic Indian cuisine from Mughlai, North Indian dishes from Jaipur, and also Nawabi cuisine. Favorites include the Tandoori Chicken and Chicken Malai Tikka. 

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Location: 418 Suriwongse Road Next to Ma Hotel Bangkok 10500
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 635 7876-7
  • Cuisine: Indian
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Situated at the end of the soi (facing Molly Mallones) this converted Thai house, has a beautiful garden area, complete with umbrellas, tables and chairs, perfect for a spot of brunch. Serving authentic French fare, the polished wooden floors and understated décor feel every little bit like a Parisian brasserie. Reasonably priced, with an extensive wine list and mouthwatering dishes, Indigo will not fail to impress. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 - 02:00
  • Location: 6 Convent Road (at the end of a small soi opposite Molly Molones), Silom
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 235 3268
  • Cuisine: French
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Jok Prince is very well known to both Thai and foreign residents of Bangkok for its porridge – congee, to some – a simple rice soup served here only with pork, so we had to go and try it. Getting near Jok Price is not very difficult as it is located opposite Robinson Bangrak, an old shopping mall notorious for creating permanent traffic jams next to Shangri La Hotel. With such a reputation you might expect to find at least some kind of restaurant, but Jok Prince is nothing more than two rows of cheap tables tucked in a rather unattractive and narrow covered alley between two shophouses that used to lead to an old movie theater called 'Prince'. At the entrance, a small iron counter is all they need to do their trade and despite this modest setting, the queue for take-away is long at meal hours, not to mention all the tables are fully occupied. Read More...

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 950 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. 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 Bouchon

This classic bistro-style restaurant serves very good food at reasonable prices, plus good value wines by the bottle, carafe or glass. Daily specials. A favourite with Bangkok's expatriate French community and many regular visitors. Booking ahead is definitely recommended.

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 18:30 - midnight (last main course order 21:30)
  • Location: 37/17 Patpong Soi 2, Surawong Road
  • BTS: Saladaeng
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 234 9109
  • Cuisine: French
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Le Du Restaurant is a new rising star on the culinary scene of Bangkok and you better go there now before the word is out and seats become hard to get. Despite a French sounding name, Le Du is not a French restaurant at all… Le Du means 'Season' in Thai and categorizing its cuisine is a bit difficult. It could be defined as Young Creative Cuisine with Thai Roots with touches from many international origins. And here ‘Young’ doesn’t mean amateur - both head chefs at Le Du have a surprising culinary background. Read More...

  • Location: 399/3 Silom Soi 7
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi exit 4
  • Tel: +66 (0)92 919 9969
  • How to get there: The restaurant is hidden but very close to Chon Nonsi BTS. Take exit 4 and walk few meters to the 7-11. Enter the small street and walk 20 m.
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Mango Tree

Located in an 80 year-old Thai house, where the sound of Thai classical music produced by local musicians wafts from room to room, the restaurant serves up classic dishes like Gai Hor Bai Toey (chicken wrapped in Pandanus leaf), grilled river prawns and steamed seafood custard. There's also an outdoor dining area, set amidst the restaurant's landscaped courtyard.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30 - midnight (daily)
  • Location: Soi Tantawan, Surawongse Road
  • BTS: Saladaeng
  • Cuisine: Thai

Towering 65 floors above the rest of Bangkok, Mezzaluna at Lebua State Tower is one of the city’s most revered restaurants (and most expensive at that). The chic art deco setting is accompanied by a breathtaking view and world-class food, with every little detail of ingredients being imported from Italy.

Even the water for the pizza dough. The exquisite Italian menu features some Iranian Caviar, which comes highly recommend. While dinner at Mezzaluna won’t be cheap, you will not forget your time spent there in a hurry. A truly memorable experience to be had in Bangkok.  Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 13:00 – 15:00 / 18:00 – 23:00
  • Location: 1055 Silom Road, State Tower
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 624 9555
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Price Range: Luxurious
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One of Bangkok’s most instantly recognisable restaurants (it’s set in a bright pink house), Namsaah Bottling Trust opened in 2014 and is the creation of Thai celebrity chef Ian Kittichai. ‘Chef Ian’ is a Thai food expert and entrepreneur who has already set up restaurants in New York and Mumbai. He is also the brainchild behind Bangkok’s critically acclaimed Issaya Siamese Club, just a short drive away in Sathorn.

As for Kittichai’s brightest creation to date, the food, just like at Issaya, is classic Thai with a twist. With the menu featuring the likes of pad Thai with foie gras and their interesting phad kapraow (fried Thai basil) burger, ‘classic Thai with a twist’ could well be interpreted as ‘fusion food’. However, don’t let that put you off: Namsaah’s creations work superbly well, impressing both foreign guests as well as local diners with more discerning opinions on Thai cuisine. Away from the food, Namsaah has an equally innovative range of cocktails and hosts live DJs on the weekends Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 17:00 - 00:00 (daily)
  • Address: 401 Soi Sirijullassayvok (aka Silom Soi 7) Silom, Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 2 636 6622
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This cosy establishment joins a score of French restaurants tucked away in tree-lined Soi Saladaeng. The eclectic interiors are fashioned in the styles of European country and southern Thailand’s plantation house, with sleek concrete floors, leather seats and Southeast Asian objects d’art. For the menu, expect a lot of traditional French fare and regional dishes as well as an extensive wine list. Come here for the set lunch and live lobsters. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 15:00, 18:00 – midnight
  • Location: Sala Daeng Soi 1/1
  • BTS: Sala Daeng
  • Tel: +66 (02) 233 1990
  • Cuisine: French
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Scarlett Wine Bar and Restaurant on the 37th floor of the Pullman Hotel Silom serves great international cuisine with superb views of the ever changing sea of skyscappers in Bangkok. From the moment you enter the vast restaurant you are instantly immersed in a warm atmosphere, and the tension of the outside world fades away under soft lighting. Occupying almost an entire floor, the dinning room is cleverly designed to create islands of lights, making the place cozy without the need for walls or partitions. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Everyday 6pm to 1am
  • Location: Pullman Bangkok Hotel, 37th Floor, 188 Silom Road
  • BTS: Chong Nongsi
  • Tel: (+66) 2238 1991
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Somboon Seafood

If you're craving for some freshly cooked seafood, head to Som Boon on Surawong Road and you won’t be disappointed. With branches located all over Bangkok (Silom, Bantadthong Road, Ratchada and Bang Na) for over 40 years, Somboon is without doubt one of the best restaurant in town. The keyword here is quality. Don’t miss its signature dish, crab with yellow curry. Other popular Thai and Chinese dishes are also available. Advance reservations are highly recommended.

  • Opening Hours: 16:00 – 23:00
  • Location: 169/7-11 Surawong Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 234 4499
  • Cuisine: Seafood and Thai-Chinese
  • Price Range: Affordable

Som tum (pronounced 'som tam') is one of the pillars of Thai food and is usually found in anonymous street shops and basic carts. But things are changing: a new generation of Thai chefs takes great pride in bringing this excellent dish to a brand-new level and Somtum Der is a good example of this. Located on Soi Sala Daeng in Silom not far from Patpong, Somtum Der is a small but attractive-looking two-storey restaurant serving great som tum that doesn't compromise on the original taste. Read More...

  • BTS: Sala Deang
  • Address: 5/5 Soi Saladaeng, Silom Rd.
  • Tel: 02-632-4499, 084-764-4291
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Taling Pling

Taling Pling is one of the few places in Silom that offers a truly authentic Thai dining experience. Its menu offers a wide selection of Thai food – all delicious, and you can’t go wrong. The house specialties include green curry with roti, roast duck red curry, crispy lemongrass spicy salad. Don’t miss Classical Thai deserts and creamy banoffee pie after the meal.

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 - 23:00
  • Location: 7, Baan Silom Arcade, ilom Road, Silom
  • Tel: (0) 2236 4829-30
  • Cuisine: Thai
  • Price Range: Affordable
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Thanying restaurant is one of the very few places in Bangkok serving 'Royale Cuisine', a term often used without real grounds to attract tourist. This discreet restaurant on Pramuan street is easily missed, but is worth finding. Try 'Khao Chae' the only Thai dish actually created in a Royal kitchen, a very light and delicate taste specially created for hot summer days. Note that you should call in the morning if you wish to try it. Also recommended are their 'Nam Prik Mun Poo Kai Khem', boiled veggies dipped in a salty eagg and crab egg creamy sauce, and 'Yum Tawai', a delicious eggplant salad. Prices are very affordable 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: Three minute walk from Surasak BTS Station
  • Tel: (66) 02-236-4361, (66) 02-235-0371
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Comprising six multi-national restaurants and bars, and with sweeping views of the cityscape and riverside from the 65th floor rooftop, The Dome at Lebua State Tower is the place to impress your date. The setting is as eclectic and mesmeric as the food, whether the outdoor terrace with 360-degree panoramas, glass sky-bridge suspended mid-air, under the signature golden dome, or inside the tastefully decked out lounge. If you have only one night in Bangkok, and would rather prefer to spend it in style, The Dome is the place to be. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: varies, depending on the restaurants; 18:00-01:00 for the bars
  • Location: Westernmost end of Silom Road, where it meets with Charoenkrung Road
  • BTS: Saphan Taksin
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 624 9555
  • Price Range: Pricey
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The Square – Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom

Located in Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom, this lively all-day dining venue features a theatre kitchen concept, with a live grill station for fresh, imported seafood and meats from Australia and New Zealand. It also offers a delectable range of international fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner, including the Tandoor station, which roasts up a range of fine meats and vegetarian specialties in traditional Indian style, served with crisp Naan bread.

  • Opening Hours: 06.00 - 10.30 (breakfast); 11.00 - 14.30 (lunch); 18.00 - 22.30 (dinner)
  • Location: 6th floor, Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom, on Silom Soi 34
  • BTS: Chong Nonsi (call ahead for free shuttle service)
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 206 9100
  • Cuisine: International buffet and a la carte menu
  • Price Range: Affordable
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The Water Library at Chamchuri has been one of the key players in Bangkok’s fine-dining since opening six years ago. Not only has the brand survived this modest test of time (along with the stigma of being located in a shopping mall) but they’ve also gone on to open up half a dozen other venues around the city. It’s this Silom spot that still remains the Water Library’s flagship restaurant, and probably the most exclusive. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:30-14:00; 18:00-22:00 daily
  • Location: The Water Library Chamchuri, Level 2 Chamchuri Square, Rama IX Road
  • Tel: +66(0) 2160 5188
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Zanotti

Flying the flag for Italian cuisine in the heart of Silom is Zanotti - or to give it is full name - Zanotti IL Ristorante Italiano. As with any top Italian restaurant in Bangkok, the vast majority of the ingredients here are made in-house every day, including handmade pastas, slow cooked risottos and light Italian breads.

Dubbed as one of the best Italian restaurants in Bangkok, the lunchtime and evening crowds that Zanotti draws in speaks for itself. Its popularity might also be partly due their rather economical deals as well: a set two or three-course lunch costs around 300-350 baht, meaning you can have a totally delicious lunch in some rather plush surroundings - all on the cheap! Zanotti IL Ristorante Italiano restaurant is at the base of Saladaeng Colonnade Condominium on Soi Sala Daeng, just off the busy Silom Road.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30-14:00, 18:00-00:00 (daily)
  • Address: 1/F, Saladaeng Colonnade Condominium, 21/1 Soi Sala Daeng, Silom Road, Bangkok
  • Tel: +66 2 636 0002
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