49 Best Dishes to Eat in Bangkok | สุดยอดอาหารไทย 49 จานในกรุงเทพ

What to eat in Bangkok? Or, more likely, what best to eat? Where to go for the best local food? And what would be the most real, authentic, traditional original recipes of the Thai, Bangkok, local cuisines? These can be the questions of any visitors, foodie or not, heading their ways towards Bangkok. As a proud native of Bangkok (born and bred, no less), and a self-proclaimed foodie, I am here to help. :D

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Front Room – Thai-Inspired Nordic Cuisine, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok รีวิวอาหาร ไทย นอร์ดิกที่ ห้องอาหาร Front Room

Above: Chef Fae, Rungthiwa Chummongkhon – Chef de Cuisine, Front Room, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok at mise-en-plâte.  [September 2018 – Bangkok ] This is perhaps the most exciting and innovative cuisine that has recently landed on the Bangkok territory. Front Room at the newly-opened Waldorf Astoria Bangkok on Ratchadamri Road is the first of its kind to offer a Thai-inspired Nordic cuisine that, when you look around, there is not...

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50 Cheapest Michelin Meals | ร้านมิชลินที่ถูกที่สุดในโลก

Traveloka.com has recently released this article pinpointing where we can enjoy Michelin-starred meals without making too big a dent in out wallet. 😀 Michelin Guides are available in many key cities around the world, Bangkok is included. Here are the list of 50 most affordable Michelin meals you can find in Asia, Europe, the US and South America. Most of these places are gathered from their one and two stars lists. For more information...

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Japanese Seasonal Ingredients at Elements, Okura Prestige Bangkok | เมนูพิเศษ ห้องอาหาร เอเลเม้นท์ โอกุระ เพรสทีจ

Elements at the Okura Prestige Bangkok received a one-star Michelin last year. It is a place for fine culinary experience given that this is a luxury Japanese hotel establishment with a strong influence on the native land in everything they have to offer, French cuisine included. From now until 31 August 2018, Elements – the hotel’s fine-dining establishment – is offering a special menu featuring premium Japanese summer...

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Broken Eggs – Gastro Tapas Bar Ekkamai, Bangkok

Broken Eggs – named after Spanish traditional dish Huevos Rotos – is a drink-centric tapas gastro bar that offers a combination of old and new tapas creations by chef owner, a Galicia native, Jacobo Astray. Above: Burrata cheese with raspberries, pistachio and basil oil, Bt320.  Broken Eggs offers a long arrays of drinks – from Thai craft beers and Galician beers, to wines, sangria, cava and sweet wines. Also...

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‘Ocken’ Bangkok | รีวิว ร้าน Ocken

SUMMARY – The newly-opened Ocken on South Sathorn of Bangkok is the latest venture by the folks who founded The Commons, Roast and Roots. Small menu, inspired by memories and journeys of the founder and head chef whose affection and attachment to the US Pacific Northwest reflect in the looks and tastes of all the dishes. Also, their green philosophies and back-of-the-house environmental endeavours that they are doing make them one of the...

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Cafe de Norasingha Phya Thai Palace, Bangkok | กาแฟนรสิงห์ พระราชวังพญาไท

It is not everyday that you get to have lunch at a palace, and also in this case, a cafe that is the homage to Thailand’s oldest Western style cafe back in the reign of King Rama VI or King Vajiravudh (1910-1925) during which Siam was high on westernization and modernization. The cafe was called Cafe de Norasingha (กาแฟนรสิงห์) then as it is called now. But the venue has changed. From the area called ‘Sua...

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