Sathorn is known for its combination of high-end restaurants, hipster cafes and street food stalls. Whether it's Scandinavian food from Rocket Coffeebar or New Zealander cuisine at Kai, this up-an-coming food lover's haven has a wide range of Asian and European food to offer. Brunch, coffee, dinner and late-night drinks — Sathorn's definitely got you covered.
The best restaurants in Sathorn
This venue satisfies early risers by serving all-day breakfast starting at 7am. Apart from serving seven different kinds of green smoothies, Not Just Another Cup has nutrient-rich salads packed with superfoods such as rocket, beets and quinoa. Fruit-topped French toasts are also served and nicely complement steaming cups of hot chocolate.
A perfect place for gatherings with friends or family, The Lucky Room serves a mix of Japanese and Western plates. Enjoy their Big Breakfast, a plate loaded with selections of sausage and eggs, or their special homemade pancake for something lighter. The Tokyo Stamina Beef Set (onsen egg and beef-topped rice served with salad and miso soup) is a perfect for satisfying Japanese cravings.
Literally translated as “the cafe of trainees,” Le Café des Stagiaires works with the concept of hiring trainees who want to learn how to run a restaurant. Part of these their job is to serve appetizing fare such as Planchette, a cold cut platter with cheese, foie gra and liver paté, and mince. Delve into the mains for a bigger meal; the rare Spanish dish, tortilla de patatas con chorizo (egg omelette with potatoes and chorizo) is recommended. Take it with a bottle from their selection of some of the finest lagers from all over the world.
Most of the main ingredients used in creating the traditional Kiwi dishes at KAI, which means “food” in Maori, are imported from New Zealand. The Muldoon, a sandwich named after New Zealand’s former president, is a juicy treat that combines the finest home-smoked ham with avocado. The pan-seared snapper is another dish that will make your mouth water.
Rocket is a Swedish artisan that serves exceptional food and freshly brewed coffee. They recommend the homemade silky tofu, served cold, topped with aubergine, cherry tomatoes and fresh tangy dressings. Or you can enjoy Swedish Meatball, served with a portion of mashed potato. Don’t forget to spare your tummy for Ichigo, strawberry and raspberry sherbets topped with mousse, meringue and zesty rhubarb.
Revolucion spices up your night as it does your palate. The eponymous cocktail is definitely one to try. Combining Cuban rum, Havana Club, with apple and passion fruit, the Revolucion cocktail is for those who like their drinks both sweet and sour. The Casse-noisette is a deadly mix of coffee-flavoured vodka with hazelnut and cream, and is perfect for those who like sweet and unassuming drinks that give a slow-creeping buzz.
Authentic French cuisine focusing on fresh seafood headlines the menu at Marcel. The crispy shrimp, wrapped in rice noodles, deep-fried and served with mango salsa and ginger cream cheese is a great way to start a meal, while their signature cocktail, Madame Marcel, made of white cacao liqueur, raspberry, and a zesty lime, is the perfect way to prolong it.