Thai restaurants awarded Michelin Stars in 2018

Michelin Guide is finally revealed and here are six Thai fine-dining restaurants in Bangkok that impressed Michelin inspectors
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
By Time Out Bangkok staff |
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Michelin Guide has awards 17 restaurants in Bangkok with 20 stars in 2018. Six of them are Thai fine-dining establishments that have wowed us for many years. 

Restaurants, Thai

Bo.lan

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At Bo.lan, the finest ingredients, taken from different sources around the kingdom, deserve more praise than imported produce, and hands are valued more than cooking machines. Bo.lan has also zero tolerance for course menus and serves the dishes all-together family-style—exactly how Thai food is supposed to be enjoyed. 

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Restaurants, Thai

Chim by Siam Wisdom

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Bangkok's fine dining restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine in the classic Thai-style house.

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Restaurants, Thai

Nahm

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The well-curated menu at Nahm celebrates nostalgic tastes and fine local ingredients. Expect no frills and molecular gimmicks. Thompson and his culinary cohort, Prin Polsuk, may stick to the roots of Thai cooking but are not afraid to reinvent their dishes with a fine-dining touch. 

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Restaurants, Thai

Paste

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Paste is probably one of Thailand’s most understated restaurants. This modern dining room offers fine Thai dishes crafted with respect to traditional Sanitwonge recipes, yet also brimming with innovative confidence. 

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Restaurants, Thai

Saneh Jaan

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Tucked away behind a discreet façade and heavy wooden doors, Saneh Jaan revels in the most authentic elements of Thai food culture. Saneh Jaan’s executives are real foodies who, for decades, have traveled around the kingdom to sample its greatest dishes. The menu reads like a credits list of time-honored classic Thai dishes.

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Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin

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The Bangkok outpost of the Copenhagen-born, award-winning progressive-Thai restaurant Kiin Kiin by Chef Henrik Yde Andersen.

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