On 177 Thanon Narathiwat, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok.
For nearly two decades, our guests and friends have always ‘felt at home‘ while enjoying good company and fresh authentic Thai cuisine... using only the very best fresh products without preservatives or chemical such as Monosodium glutamate as well as organic fruit & vegetables straight from our very own Baan Panalai Organic Farm... and served welcomingly...Thai-style. Our home is your home...
Experience the very best in Thai hospitality and cuisine at Blue Elephant, Bangkok. With a reputation of authenticity and excellence, Blue Elephant stays true to the culinary culture and influences of Thailand. Typical of a classic, our restaurant in Bangkok is housed in a century-old building, creating a feeling of time travel in addition to the exquisite dining experience that awaits you. The menu at Blue Elephant, Bangkok is a palette of traditions and novelties, and delights even the most discriminating palate. You can choose from a variety of unique dishes, from the past, present and future of Thailand’s gastronomic culture. Having travelled the world, Master Chef Nooror Somany-Steppe, her daughter Chef Sandra and her team, use their experiences to take you on a culinary journey, the Thai way.
On 233 Thanon Sathorn, Yan Nawa, Sathon, Bangkok.
Bo.lan is founded on the belief that the best Thai restaurants should be found In Thailand. With that in mind the two chefs Duangporn Songvisava and Dylan Jones started Bo.lan. The name Bo.lan comes from Chef Duangporn’s nickname Bo and the second half of Dylan’s name Lan. It is also a play on the Thai word for vintage or ancient, which sounds the same but is spelt slightly different. Bo.lan prides itself for working closely with local farmers and feels that it has a social responsibility to the local community. Bo.lan advocates the use of bio diversified produce and this is reflected in the ever-changing menu. Bo.lan is constantly trying to lessen its environmental impact with the goal of achieving a zero carbon restaurant by 2018
On Soi Sukhumvit 53, Bangkok.
In addition to being the first restaurant to specialize in royal Thai cuisine, Bussaracum likewise was the kingdom’s very first fine-dining Thai venue. Soon after opening in 1982 the restaurant quickly established itself as essential on any dining itinerary. For instance when visiting heads of state came to Bangkok, such as Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and the King of Sweden, dinner at Bussaracum featured as a scheduled culinary highlight. Over the years, Bussaracum has gained numerous accolades from international publications and received much praise from highly regarded food critics.
Welcome to Cafe de Laos Restaurant. We offer you the dishes from the past. Our chef uses only best preparations to let you indulge our exclusive menus. We open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.
On 55 Sukhumvit 63 (Ekamai), Bangkok.
MahaNaga is Modern Thai restaurant set in a magnificent architecture where oriental and western décor blend harmoniously. On the inside our clientele gets close to nature through glass walls overlooking the lush garden courtyard decorated with a fountain. MahaNaga’s menu offers dishes that combine the uniqueness and the specialty of various Thai cuisines that satisfies our customer’s need, especially visitors who are curious to experience Thai culinary in a more creative way without compromising its identity.
On 2 Sukhumvit Soi 29, Bangkok.
On 569/1 Thanon Pracha-Uthit, Sam Sen Nok, Huai Khwang, Bangkok.
On 189 Soi Sukhumwit 22, Thanon Sukhumwit, Khlong Toei, Khlong Toei, Bangkok.
Ruen Urai - “the House of Gold” - combines fine Thai culinary art with the elegant ambience. Inspired by Thailand’s diverse regions, cultures, and lifestyles, our gastronomic creations vary from royal Thai cuisine to refined home-cooking. The restaurant is set in a restored century-old traditional Thai house built from golden teakwood, originally owned by an herbal medicine practitioner during the reign of King Rama V. This rustically elegant Thai house is ideal for either a romantic dinner or a private party. Savour sumptuous signature dishes and sip cool drinks in this urban oasis, hidden in the lush tropical garden by the Rose Hotel’s swimming pool, right in the heart of Bangkok. Experience our finest delicacies and exotic flavours at Ruen Urai, open daily for lunch and dinner from 12 noon to 11 p.m.
On 118 Thanon Surawongse, Bang Rak, Bangkok.
On 4 Thanon Charan Sanit Wong, Bang O, Bang Phlat, Bangkok.
It has been over 40 memorable years for ‘Savoey’. Our restaurant is reputable and favoured for the authentic Thai cuisine from Pad Thai Sen Chan, Honey-roasted pork spare ribs, Savoey’s signature spring rolls, Thai green curry with fish balls, Special baked-pineapple fried rice and many more delectable dishes served under a warm and welcoming atmosphere where our patrons can enjoy contemporary setting and friendly service. Today, we are still inspired and aspire to create ‘Fresh and Delectable’ dishes from Savoey’s very own recipe that has been passed on from generation to generation. Our cooking philosophy highlights the importance of top quality ingredients and seasonings, delicately prepared by our experienced chefs. 40 years and counting, our hope is still for everyone to enjoy Savoey’s flavourful dishes and friendly service, just like always.
On 33/4, 28th Floor, The Ninth Tower Grand Rama 9 Building, Thanon Rama 9, Huai Khwang, Bangkok.
The name 'terrace61' comes from the design of this restaurant having a long terrace along the building which makes this place looks comfortable and amicable. For the number '61', it's the address where this big house is located. Founded from long time experience of the owner of Pongsri Thai Restaurant, one of the most popular Thai restaurants in New York, terrace61 is a well-decorated, cozy, home-style restaurant provides you with our wide range of menus and services. This restaurant is compounded of different function rooms and areas that can perfectly hold parties and meeting of all sizes. Other than the place, we give priority to quality food as well. Our experienced chefs will select only finest ingredients to cook your favorite dishes to make sure you will enjoy your special moment at terrace61.
On 61 Moo 7, Thanon Ramindra, Khan Na Yao, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok.
Thanying is a conversational address to the title of Mom Chao Ying (Her Serene Highness Princess, the usual rank of granddaughter of a king ). The Thanying Restaurant is named in honor of H.S.H. Princess Sulabh–Valleng Visuddhi who was once the head cook in the Sukhothai Palace kitchen for her half-sister, Queen Rambhai Barni of King Rama the Seventh. Specializing in the kind of recipes which Princess Sulabh would once used there, it is run by the princess’s son, M.R. (Mom Rajawong, the fourth royal generation) Sorut Visuddhi and his business partner, Mr. Kriangkrai Unhanandana, a renown Thai actor. The Thanying first opened some 20 years ago on Soi Pipat and three years later has moved to an old house on Pramuan Street ever since. Since the Thanying was recommended in the New York Times and other leading local and foreign magazines as one of the Bangkok ’s best restaurants, it has attracted a number of foreign visitors. For such people, unfamiliar with the food, there are set menu which serve such typical fare as TOM YAM GOONG and there is also a long and thoughtful compilation of traditional favorites at moderate prices. There is only one Thanying Restaurant – no branches.
On 10 Thanon Pramuan, Bang Rak, Bangkok.
Thonkrueng Restaurant, a Traditional Thai Restaurant, has been founded since 1981. From a small restaurant with less than 20 tables, now it has been growing and expanding and now provides more than 70 tables with private rooms, outdoor section and also air-conditioning area. The famous menus are Hor-mok-kanomkrok, Yum Tawai, Kangsom Pohtak, and many more.
On 211/3 Sukhumvit 49/13, Sukhumvit 49, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok.
On 4, 4/5 Thanon Rajadamri, ZEN World @CentralWorld, Pathum Wan, Bangkok.
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