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Bangkok Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Bangkok

Restaurants Bangkok – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Bangkok. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Bangkok, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Bangkok are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotters and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Bangkok where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Bangkok with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Bangkok with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Bangkok where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Bangkok you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Baan Khanitha & Gallery Bangkok

Style: Authentic Thai Cuisine in Themed Dining Settings

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The traditional Thai setting gives diners the perfect mood to start on a wonderful traditional Thai dining experience. The themed rooms provide guests with the options of privacy levels, especially for those who have business to discuss. The menu offers a wide choice of mouth-watering Thai dishes. Meals can be accompanied by wine or a choice of various herbal teas. The Baan Khanitha & Gallery is open daily from 11 am to 11pm.

Address: Thanon Sathon Road, Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand

Area: Sathorn
Phone: +66 2675 4200
Website: http://www.baan-khanitha.com

Price: THB 1,00-2,100 tea for 2; 280-580 starters; 370-1150 main course

Cafe Claire

Style: Upscale French Bistro

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Café Claire at the Oriental Residence Hotel is a stylish upscale bistro that offers International fare in a sophisticated setting. Being next to the US Embassy and near the Dutch Embassy, it is frequented by expats and fashionable locals since it opened in January 2012. Expect to see men in designer suites and women clad in glitzy and glamorous attire.

Café Claire is open from early morning for breakfast, until late in the evening at 10:30 pm. They are renowned for offering delectable treats like madelaines, macaroons, tarts, and financiers for traditional afternoon tea. The short menu offers European, American, and local fare. Crowd favourites include eggs Benedict, tenderloin Rossinni steak, Chiang Mai Noodles, and pan fried sea bass with aubergine. Their desserts are also superb. The bar offers many international draught and bottled beers.

Address: 110, Oriental Residence Bangkok, Wireless Road, Bangkok
Area: Sathorn
Phone: + 66 2 252 5538
Website: http://www.oriental-residence.com/cafeclaire.aspx

Price: THB 1,00-2,100 tea for 2; 280-580 starters; 370-1150 main course

Giusto

Style: Fine Italian

giusto bangkokHigh-class fine Italian dishes prepared by chef Fabio Colautti; set in a stylish and modern house; good wine list.

Address: 16 Soi Sukhumvit 23 , Bangkok 10100 , Thailand
Area: Sukhumvit Road
Phone: +66 2 664 4420
Website: http://www.giustobangkok.com/

Price: Mains: starting at THB 260.-

Kuppa

Style: Hip Expat Hangout

Kuppa BangkokCafe and restaurant with industrial warehouse feel, polished cement floors and floor-to-ceiling windows; lounge chairs with a good selection of international magazines; Italian fare as well as very delicious Thai dishes; tip: “roast beef grilled loaf and sirloin”; great breakfast

Address: Sukhumvit 16 , Bangkok 10100 , Thailand
Area: Sukhumvit Road
Phone: +66 2 663 0450
Website: http://www.kuppa.co.th/

Price:Mains starting at THB 350.-

Lan Na Thai & Hazara

Style: Thai and Indian

Lan Na Thai and Hazara Face Bar BangkokThis place has two restaurants – “Lan Na Thai” and “Hazara” – serving Thai and Indian food and a bar “Face Bar”; located in old traditional Thai houses decorated with many artefacts; garden-oasis in the middle of the buzzing city of Bangkok.

Address: Sukhumvit 38, Klongtoey, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Sukhumvit Road
Phone: +66 2 713 6048
Website: http://www.facebars.com/bg/

Price: Mains starting at THB 300.-

Nahm

Style: Upscale Thai Fusion Fare

NahmNahm Restaurant in Bangkok is a chic upscale restaurant owned by Australian chef David Thompson who has been deeply passionate about Thai cuisine since his first job at an Australian Thai restaurant many years ago. The stylish restaurant located at the ground floor of the classy Metropolitan Hotel is frequented by the city’s fashionable elite and also the business crowd.

The menu focuses traditional fare that comes from century old cookbooks thoroughly researched from different regions of Thailand featuring dishes like curried jungle pla chrn fish, coconut husk smoked grilled mussels in creamy coconut curry sauce, and stir fried pork with chili and dried prawns. The traditional desserts are also must try offerings.

Delicious traditional Thai fare, stylish setting and impeccable service are the reasons why Nahm Restaurant ranks in the Top20 of the World’s Best 50 restaurant list.

Address: 27 Sathorn Road, Metropolitan by COMO Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Sathorn
Website: http://www.comohotels.com/metropolitanbangkok/dining/nahm

Price: THB 280-700 per menu item; THB 2000 for a 4-course set menu

Sirocco

Style: World’s largest all open-air restaurant

Sirocco BangkokLocated on the rooftop of “The Dome, Bangkok State Tower” (63rd floor) and film set of “Hangover” movie part two;  al fresco dining; check out the Sky Bar with its glass balustrade; breathtaking view on Bangkok and especially the “Chao Phraya river”; quality Mediterranean fare with good wine selection; live jazz music; try to avoid a table next to the sky bar as many tourist pass by; no flip-flop, no shorts

Address: Thanon Silom, Soi Wichan, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Sathorn
Phone: +66 2 624 9555
Website: http://www.lebua.com/sirocco

Price: Mains starting at THB 430.-

Smith Restaurant

Style: Hip and Happening Hotspot

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Smith Restaurant on Sukhumvit Road is more than just a fancy eatery owned by renowned Chef and restaurateur Ian Kittichai, it is also a chic and artsy place that promotes the farm to table and head to tail concept. The space is a converted warehouse that has an industrial masculine feel and each and every piece has a unique design element; even the toilet faucets are distinctive and made from beer taps! The first level is a gastro pub while the upper level has a private dining room and the chef’s table. Chef Peter Pitakwong prepares clever fusion dishes that feature fresh local produce like Verjus glazed crispy pork belly, Mexican spiced calf’s tongue, and foie gras and braised pigtail torchon while mixologist Chanond Puranda serves delish cocktails, wines and especially crafted beers.

Smith restaurant is open daily from 5pm until midnight. Making reservations are advised.

Address: 1/8 Sukhumvith Road 49, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Sukhumvit Road
Phone: +66 2 261 0515 6
Website: http://www.smith-restaurant.com/

Price:THB 180 – THB 250 for starters; THB 350 – THB 500 for main course; wine/liqueur corkage at THB 500-1000

Supatra River House

Style: Thai with a Boat

Supatra River HouseLocated in an old Thai-style house on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya river; inside and outside Thai eatery; take the restaurant-own boat shuttle at “Oriental Hotel”; have a drink (b.y.o.) during the 20 minute boat trip; strong seafood selection; traditional Thai desserts; live Thai music & dances

Address: 266 Soi Wat Rakhang, Arun Ammarin Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Chao Phraya River
Phone: +66 2 411 0305
Website: http://www.supatrariverhouse.net/

Price: Mains starting at THB 200.-

Vertigo

Style: Rooftop Dining

Vertigo BangkokSituated on the rooftop of the “Banyan Tree Hotel”; best view in the centre of Bangkok; chic moon bar for cocktail-drinking; dress smart (no flip-flop, no shorts); international fare & special steak menu

Address: Thanon Sathon Road, Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Sathorn
Phone: +66 2 679 1200
Website: http://www.banyantree.com/en/ap-thailand-bangkok/vertigo-and-moon-bar
Price: Mains starting at THB 1’000

Zuma Bangkok

Style: Modern Setting With Great Japanese Food

Zuma BangkokThe St. Regis Hotel in Bangkok has become the address for the renowned Zuma chain of Izakaya style Japanese restaurants. It is the place where the food and the people blend to create a vibe that is both modern and unique. The restaurant serves Izakaya (informal dining) style Japanese food, however, it is a place where lasting impressions are made. The menu is composed of many delicacies, and the wine cellar consists of more than one thousand bottles of the best sake and champagne. The Zuma restaurant at the St. Regis Hotel Bangkok is open for lunch and dinner.

Address: Mahatlek Luang 2, Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Ratchathewi
Phone: +66 2252 4707
Website: http://www.zumarestaurant.com/zuma-landing/bangkok/en/menu/