Bangkok's best afternoon tea
Why not pleasing your indulgence at one of these venues serving some of the best scones, finger sandwiches, snacks and tea.
The best brunches in Bangkok
Brunch has become serious business in Bangkok. The city's best restaurants and cafes have expanded their breakfast menu to include more than just eggs and bacon — a plethora of options now include poached eggs, stacked pancakes with fruits, avocado on toast, fried chicken on waffles, coffees, teas, and hangover-busting smoothies. We scour the city for the best options for this extended breakfast affair.
The best sushi restaurants in Bangkok
Freshness and seasonality plays a pivotal role in making great sushis. Here, we have some of Bangkok’s best sushi restaurants that receive their sea bounties, flown from the best sources around the world, at least twice a week.
The best organic restaurants in Bangkok
Exercise is important but so is what you eat. If you’re looking for a healthy option of clean and organic food, you come to the right place. Here, we gather you the best organic restaurants in Bangkok and don’t forget to check other best restaurants and cafes in town.
The best European restaurants in Bangkok
Hot pasta with tomato sauce, smoked ham with chesse, chunks of lamb and many more you can imagine in European kitchen, we gather you the best places to eat from sophisticated French dining to savory Mediterranean cuisine of Spain and Italy.
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Niche from our previous experiences, was that typical hotel restaurant that served overpriced beef burgers and pork pad kra pao. Thanks to the new executive chef, James Norman, however, the sheer banality of its menu has been given a quirky edge. The new Niche is all about simplicity. Norman, who previously worked the kitchens at Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi and Grand Hotel Kempinski in Geneva, turns out a menu with zero pretension by putting the spotlight on a particular main ingredient. All a diner needs to do is choose whether you want it cooked in an Asian or Western style, and then leave the kitchen to work on some magic. To our surprise, each dish we were served was a winner. Seared scallops were served with cauliflower purée and couscous for a non-Asian appetizer option (B340), and then fried and coated with crunchy coconut crisps (B340) for those who prefer a more Asian flavor. Recommended for mains are baked snowfish served with douchi black bean sauce,crisps and guava chive salad (B690) and a butter-soft wagyu sirloin spiced with piri piri (B790). We capped off our meal with oversized eclairs, one filled with bittersweet banoffee cream and topped with candied pecans (B250), and another stuffed with Thai milk tea and topped with whipped cream and chewy tapioca pearls (B250). The bar also follows the same Asian/Western rules. If you’re into gin and want something with Western leanings, ask for the lychee cocktail with elderflower liqueur and fresh lemongrass (B2
It has been four years since renowned seafood haven Laemgate landed in Bangkok thanks to the hard work, sweat and tears of second-generation restaurateur Apichat Bowonbuncharuk. Heavy fashion- and celebrity-related marketing promotions have earned this à la carte buffet restaurant a huge success in recent years. FYI, an à la carte buffet is where you order what you want from the menu instead of picking from sad-looking, ready-made stuff in a buffet spread. And this is where Laemgate’s claim to fame began: all-you-can-eat fare, fresh sea ingredients and affordable prices. Laemgate has now moved to a new address on Lat Phrao intersection. This new home, designed by rising interior design firm, Studio AOK, takes inspiration from the circus and features a massive carousel hanging from the ceiling. To complement the restaurant’s whimsical and festive interiors, staffers are clad in extravagant dresses influenced by French fashion. A larger space means Laemgate can now accept up to 250 diners at a time, with four buffet rounds (11:30, 13:30, 17:30 and 19:00; 90minutes/round for B666 net). Its interiors may be fancy but Laemgate’s menu remains simple with 23 seafood dishes, including their best-selling—and our favorite—fresh oysters from Sri Racha, served with chili paste and deep-fried red onions. We’re also into the hot and spicy nam prik khai pu (Thai chilli paste with crab roe), the chewy and tender au suan (Teochew-style oyster omelet), and, last but not least, the crispy
In an area thoroughly dominated by Bunker and Suppaniga Eating Room, the smart way to put up a new restaurant is to keep things simple. And the guys from Mazzaro, the Italian- Thai fusion place in Charoenkrung, are smart. They’ve opened Charm, a new casual restaurant and bar serving up delightful and reasonably-priced (according to Sathorn standards, that is) Thai dishes. The charming two-story dining room fuses colonial-style furniture (we’re talking dark brown wood and colorful Spanish tiles) with a touch of industrial chic. The food is as pleasing as its interiors—it’s hard to find anything bad about the menu. The deep-fried seabass with sweet-and-sour and spicy herbal sauce (B380) was on point, while the stir-fried glass noodles (B180) with sa-tor (smelly beans), cha-om (acacia leaves) and garlic, three ingredients notorious for their pungent smells, was surprisingly delicious. However, the sous vide pork chop (B340), served with Isaan-style jaew dipping sauce, was slightly below par. The pork was succulent and tender, but they could have done better with the sauce. The dessert options, on one hand, were all impressive. The red velvet cake, filled with cream cheese lava and topped with sugus ice cream (B320), won’t disappoint. Led by Thananya Samumma, the former bartender at Hyde and Seek, the bar puts a focus on whiskey with extensive Scottish single malt selections and a smooth Monkey Shoulder (a mix of three different single malts). The cocktails, and their Thai nam
Starting as a food truck, this beloved pizza place has upgraded into a proper sit-down restaurant on Soi Ruam Rudee. Pizza Massilia combines Italian flavors with the tastes of southern France and other Mediterranean countries. Created by Frederic Meyer, the man behind Issaya Siamese Club, and Italian chef Luca Apino of La Bottega di Luca, the new Pizza Massilia differs from other pizzerias with interiors inspired by the love for baroque-style motifs, colorful walls and a shiny parquet floor. The restaurant also has a wood-fire oven imported directly from Naples in Italy. This gigantic monster is responsible for making each pizza’s crust crunchy yet still chewy. The kitchen is supervised by Chef Flavio Argenio, who is passionate about giving his customers only the best dining experience. The menu is not too large but has everything from starters and classic pizzas to pasta and dessert. Start with the octopus carpaccio (B390). The octopus, imported from Spain, is slow-cooked overnight and served with fresh black pepper, olive oil, fresh lemon dressing and a touch of almonds. Follow it up with the clam spaghetti (B420), made with fresh Hokkaido clams and baked in the wood oven. The pizza, of course, is the highlight of the menu. There are plenty to choose from, including the best-selling burrata and culatello (B590). Culatello, the best part of the pork leg, is dry-cured, its saltiness going perfectly well with the creamy softness of burrata cheese. Imported tomato sauce a
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Restaurants in Bangkok by area
The best restaurants and cafes in Aree
Less than 10 minutes (by BTS) from Siam, Aree is best known for a home of best restaurants and cafes for food lovers. From artsy Laliart Café to fashionable Vick’s and delicious Fatbird, Aree shows the world that this area has what it takes and offers you the best cuisine as well as other hip areas of Bangkok.
The ten best restaurants and cafes in Ekkamai
Sister to Thonglor, the popular area for best cuisine and fun nightlife – Ekkamai is known for its up-and-coming spot for good food, yummy dessert and nice coffee. Why don’t you drive here (or take BTS, of course) and stop by one of the hottest restaurants and cafes such as Peace for some hot oriental tea, The Burger Factory for some juicy meat or Perhaps Rabbits’ for its surreal atmosphere with some delicious cake you couldn’t resist.
The best restaurants and cafes in Rattanakosin Island
Surrounded by Chao Phraya River and small canals dug to serve as moat for city center in the past, Rattanakosin Island is a home to Royal Palace, temples, museums and many historical places. It also offers one of the best authentic Thai cuisine as well as up-and-coming restaurants, cafes and bars in the nostalgic atmosphere and the beautiful riverview of Bangkok.
The ten best restaurants and cafes in The EmQuartier
The EmQuartier, the latest shopping mall located in the heart of Bangkok, is not only famous for high-fashion stores but also wide range of food around the world. Less than a minute walk from Phrom Phong BTS Station, The EmQuartier is a home to restaurants, cafes and famous franchises such as Taiwanese chicken Hot Star, French patisserie Fuchon and BAKE Cheese Tart from Hong Kong waiting for you to try some.
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The best ice cream cafés in Bangkok
As the weather is getting hotter and hotter, nothing beats a nice cone of fresh ice cream. Whether you like healthy ice cream or fluffy Japanese yoghurt, Bangkok offers you the best ice cream café you shouldn’t miss and don’t for get to visit other best dessert cafés we have gathered for you.
The best afternoon tea in Bangkok
As one of the most well-known British gastronomic culture, afternoon tea becomes more and more famous in Bangkok as the cafes who offers the treat expand more and more shops for us to enjoy. Whether you love having scones with butter and jam or just a sip of tea with small bites of dessert, we pretty sure you would enjoy a nice afternoon tea in one of the best dessert cafes in Bangkok.
Purr Cat Cafe Club
Attention cat lovers. Let us introduce you to the cat café owned by kitty-adoring model and actress, Petch-Rattanarat. Purr Cat Café Club is a vintage-style café separated into two sections: an outside lobby featuring a salon and a shop, and, inside, a cafe. Here, the cats welcome you to their world – you can touch and play with them, and they jump and sit on your lap! We know you love cats and don’t want to hurt them so there are rules that you need to follow in order to protect these cute kitties – and yourselves. In the off chance you’re not enjoying the company of cats, you can opt to indulge in their menu offerings. The café serves delicious cakes, ice cream and sandwiches with your favorite beverages. All in all, Purr Cat Café Club is heaven for cat and dessert lovers like you.