Silom and Sathorn might be known for being a business district in Bangkok, but they are actually a heaven for food lovers, too. Here, you'll find some of the best restaurants in Bangkok from Thai and international fine dining restaurants, to cafes and street food legends, so let's find out why Silom and Sathorn are a foodie destination you cannot miss.
Best restaurants and cafes in Silom and Sathorn
Find out why Silom and Sathorn are a foodie destination for quality meals and legendary street food
The name may sound like a fancy French restaurant but the food at Le Du is stylishly inspired by local Thai fare. Armed with an education from The Culinary Institute of America and working experience in the some of the world’s best kitchens—Eleven Madison Park and Jean-Georges, included, Thitid Tassanakajohn or Chef Ton opened Le Du in Bangkok in 2013 with a mission to revolutionize Thai food.
Nooror Somany Steppe is gifted. Originally a housewife in Belgium, Nooror used her cooking talent to put up the first Blue Elephant restaurant in Brussels with her husband over 30 years ago. Ironically, the restaurant in Bangkok is the 10th branch of the global brand—it was first launched in London, Paris and Dubai before finding a place back home.
The first brick-and-mortar cafe of the country’s leading Nitro cold brew necessities suppliers sits on a happening land and comes with creative twist. Spread across the first floor of a three-story building on Soi Saladaeng 1, Euroka is a mash-up of trendy exposed brick and whitewashed interiors.
Located next to Silom Complex shopping mall, the place offers homemade noodles prepared in various incarnations, from egg noodle soup with red roast pork to dry egg noodles served with shrimp wontons, sweet pork, crispy pork belly, crabmeat, mushrooms and a slice of soft-boiled egg.
Many locals are privy to this famous yen ta fo shophouse located on Convent road right across BNH hospital. But not too many know that the owners of Yen Ta Fo Convent are distantly related to the founders of Yen ta fo Wat Khaek (said to be the original yen ta fostreet stall in the city).