Just two stations from Siam, the Phloen Chit BTS station is steps aways from a selection of charming restaurants and cafes offering cuisines from all the world. Phloen Chit's quiet streets and residential zones are also home to some of the best dining in the city, notably Gaggan, number one in the list of Asia’s Best Restaurants for two years running.
The best restaurants and cafes near BTS Ploen Chit
Number one on the list of Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants for 2016, Gaggan offers one of the best and most enjoyable Indian dining experiences you could have in Bangkok. Chef Gaggan Anand honed his skills in molecular gastronomy at famous three Michelin-star restaurant El Bulli, and has developed what he calls “progressive Indian cuisine.” Tucked within Langsuan, the white, two-story house is a pleasant and modest contrast to their innovative alchemic cooking style. The Chef Dining area (which is always reserved) sits right next to the kitchen’s glass window, offering diners a view of how the chefs prepare each molecular dish. Sounds good, right? They recommend the Testing Menu, a true representation of Gaggan-ness. Yogurt Explosion, bite-sized homemade yogurt with the texture of caviar, is going to surprise and prepare you for the other dishes. The following courses are all cutting-edge and fun: Mumbaiwalla, creative ball-shaped pav bhaji; Viagra, fresh oysters served with Indian mustard ice cream; and airlight truffle soup. Go and see what the fuss is all about.
If you are craving for some sugar (yes, please) and looking for a new dessert place to go, this place is for you. Chikalicious Dessert Bar is going to gives you a fine dining experience—comes in sweetness. Their signature dessert like Strawberry Dough' Ssant, a mix between donut and croissant, is perfect with Gryphon Gold Moscato tea giving you flowery scent. At the moment we visited, there were six dessert sets to pick and the open kitchen counter is where you should take a seat because you’d get to see the pastry chefs cooking. Their courses start with an appetizer called Amuse: green apple sorbet (they use Granny Smith, fresh from Australia) served with caramel soup. The main course is White Chocolate Mousse with Vanilla Wafer and Strawberry Sorbet. It goes along very well with White Zinfandel as the chef suggests. And for the last course, they serve Petite Fours which are Coconut Marshmallow, Double Chocolate Sabléé, and Strawberry Choux to complete your sweet dream.
Located at the heart of Metropolitan Bangkok, Fillets features a contemporary Edo era-inspired interiors that makes you feel at home. Randy Nopprapa (the chef and business partner), a protege of the world-renown Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, spent over a decade heading some of the best sushi restaurants in Washington DC. Opt for the Omakase Course (starting B4,500), where Chef Randy uses various techniques and flavour combinations to create a wholesome chef’s table dining experience. Not too keen on raw fish? Fillets offers a great selection of local dry-aged beef along with well-composed signature dishes.
A mixture of modern-meets-classic restaurant serving late breakfast, lunch and dinner by chef Daniel Bucher, a former Chef de Cuisine at Reflexions. Dishes include Paella de Mariscos, Spanish Hot Dog and Arroz Cremoso. Drinks range from imported wines from Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, to vermouth, and quality house gin like Martin Miller’s Gin.
This luxury family-style restaurant serves up a polished version of traditional Chinese dishes. The staple Peking duck, Dim Sum, and Stir Fries are prepared with excellence for the exceptional flavours from natural ingredients. They also offer the king of seafood, Abalone, imported and braised with shiitake mushroom, served in oyster sauce, and garnished with kailaan on the side.
Imported fresh from Tsukiji Fish Market, marbled Otoro, the most desired part of tuna is served here at Yamazato along with Chutoro, Akami and the other fresh seafood. Authentic Japanese dishes are also available as alternatives that are as enjoyable and appealing just like the melt-in-your-mouth sashimi.
Henk Savelberg, a renown michelin star chef, has just opened his fine dining in the Bangkok city center. Serving modern French cuisine, they offer a full course meal, for example, the pre starter of grilled watermelon with ham, pickle ice cream and dressing, the starter of white asparagus with quail egg, pumpkin and foie gras, langoustines salad, the main course of grilled Angus beef with red wine sauce and garlic bread, and the dessert of yogurt, chocolate, nuts, and dried fruits.