What to eat in Bangkok? Or, more likely, what best to eat? Where to go for the best local Thai food? Thai food repertoire is so much more than Pad Thai and green curry, so here are 26 Thai dishes you need to try when in Thailand.
Category - Western
This is a story of how Thailand's capital has become a foodie paradise as it now is. A little bit of Thai food history, how our street food came about in the first place. Also with a small listing of where to eat Bangkok.
The Loft of one of Bangkok's best enclosed rooftop bars. It is located at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok on Ratchadamri Road, Bangkok CBD.
I have been hearing a lot about the scrumptious breakfast at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok. It has been a rave by visitors from around the world as one of the best offered by luxury hotels in Bangkok CBD. So, here I am taking my time enjoying their full spreads of breakfast. One of the best eating experiences for me to date :D
Sunday Brunch at The Okura Prestige Bangkok is served at Up & Above on 24th. This is one of the best Sunday Brunch in Bangkok with delicious selections.
From London's Mayfair to Bangkok, Thailand, Burger and Lobster at Gaysorn Village satisfies cravings for those looking for the classic surf and turf meal.
It was a media lunch, a house-full, prior to the real pop-up events, which were all sold-out. The chef was the award-winning, out-going, and friendly Dave Pynt. Hailing from Perth, Australia, Chef Pynt of Burnt Ends in Singapore (small, excruciatingly difficult to book) offers modern Australian BBQ. Burnt Ends is a holder of one Michelin star, and ranked #10 on San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019. With Waldorf Astoria Hotels, Dave...
For almost a year since its debut of creative and delicious Thai-inspired Nordic Cuisine, Front Room at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok has just released its new seasonal menu. The seven-and-ten-course degustation takes us deep into the woodland with earthy and somewhat wild things that appear on the plates. A must-try, a very creative and delicious cuisine in Bangkok.
This can be Bangkok's best place for wine-tasting, Riedel Wine Bar and Cellar at Gaysorn Village features Riedel's 'grape varietal specific stemware' specifically designed to enhance wine's four key sensations: bouquet, texture, flavours and finish. Their 'Wine Emotion' machine that features 40 artisanal wines is a great place to start your wine journey with the right type of glass that can elevate your drinking experience.