LOCATED in a spacious mansion in the Thonglor neighborhood, R-Haan was recently awarded 2 Michelin Star. Internationally acclaimed Chef Chumpol Jangprai has dedicated himself to incorporating the five tenets from ‘The Wisdom of Thai Cuisine’ to create an authentic Thai food repertoire. These five elements have elevated R-Haan on to the global stage. A symphony of taste awaits!
Call 02 059 0433
SET within the heritage home of Baan Dusit Thani, this tasteful reworking of Dusit Thani Bangkok’s famous Thai restaurant offers a fine dining experience in an atmosphere of luxury and comfort. Beautifully restored furniture and refurbished décor set the scene for a culinary journey focused on the fresh ingredients, harmony and balance of flavours.
Tel: 02 200 9009
OFFERING modern Thai cuisine with top quality ingredients, Midtown Thai is set inside Siam Paragon, one of Bangkok's busiest malls. The restaurant’s signature dishes include 24-hour marinated Grill Pork Ribs with Northeast dipping sauce, Spicy Glass Noodles ‘Midtown’ salad, and Extra Large Softshell Crab, deep fried with bird's eyes chili in basil sauce
Tel: 02 129 4516
MANDARIN Oriental, Bangkok’s famous al fresco Thai restaurant has appointed Chef Pom, Phatchara Pirapak as its new Chef de Cuisine. Her new menu is available between 5 pm and 10.30 pm nightly. Chef Pom previously worked at Saneh Jaan when it was awarded a Michelin Star. Terrace Rim Naam is located directly across the Chao Phraya River from the hotel.
Tel : 02-659-9000
The House of Smooth Curry
THE House of Smooth Curry’s décor evokes the image of a room in the private quarters of Kandhavas Palace, the residence of Princess Valaya Alongkorn. While the style is reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s, the design is given a modern vibrancy with splashes of color and vivid patterns. The menu features authentic Thai cuisine from the four regions of Thailand with a focus on recipes from royal palaces and residences. Most of the restaurant's local organic produce is from farmers in the neighbouring Bangkok provinces and from Northern Thailand.
Also on the menu are local spirits, craft beers and wines, and cocktails drawing their inspiration from the provinces.
Tel: 02 650 8800,
e-mail FB.Theathenee@luxurycollection.com or www.theatheneehotel.com
THIS new restaurant in the justopened Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit draws on the Nana area of Bangkok’s history as an international trading and meeting center to present a menu of real Thai cooking with bold spices and vibrant flavours, crafted by chefs well-versed in truly local cuisine.
Thai objects from everyday life are used to decorate the restaurant, including copper pots and vases,
together with antiques and items custom made by craftsmen in Chiang Mai.
Tel: 02 098 1234
SERVING traditional Thai specialties, inspired by owner Khun Pui’s childhood memories of the taste (Ros) of her mother’s recipes (Dara), together with western favourites, and the best coffee on the block. Located in Daraya Boutique Hotel.
Tel: 02 612 3911, www.darayahotel.com
LOCATED in Parichart Court at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, Spice Market has a new menu has presented authentic Thai cuisine since opening in 1983. Award-winning Chef Warinthorn Sumrithphon stays faithful to traditional flavours and hand-picks local produce to create dishes that pack a punch. Signature recipes include Green Curry with Braised Beef, Crispy Mackerel with Simmered Coconut Milk and Deep-Fried Roasted Duck with Chilli Jam. Set menus of family favourites to share in typical Thai style are also available. The interior evokes a timeless market feel with teak beams and new furniture along with colourful Thai textiles. A new bar has been added, serving Thai wine pairings, cocktails and international beverages.
Tel: 02126 8866 Ext.1232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATED in the heart of Chidlom shopping district, Paste Bangkok showcases Thai produce at its best, with ingredients often sourced straight from the farmers or even the Earth itself. Owner and Head Chef Bee Satongun plays creatively with Thai flavours and textures to create a clean, fresh and exciting menu for a taste sensation.
Tel: 02 656 1003.
BASED on the belief that the best Thai restaurants should be found in Thailand, Bo.Lan was founded by two chefs, Duangporn Songvisava (Bo) and Dylan (lan) Jones. The restaurant prides itself on serving modern but authentic Thai dishes. Sourcing only the best ingredients, the restaurant works closely with local farmers to find the best ingredients to bring to the table.
Tel: 02 260 2961, 02 260 2962.
Supanniga Eating Room
FOLLOWING the success of Supanniga Home Khon Kaen, Thanaruek Laoraowirodge brought her family recipes to Bangkok with Supanniga Eating Room. The idea simply started with a reminiscence of Thanaruek’s grandmother and her home cooked meals
Tel: 02 714 7508 (Thonglor)
02 635 0349 (Sathorn)
FOUNDED in 1997, OSHA is an authentic Thai restaurant that is part of the OSHA restaurant group operating in San Francisco. The restaurant offers delightful traditional Thai dishes while dining amidst a beautiful and relaxing environment’
Tel: 02 256 6555,
www. oshabangkok com
Steve Café & Cuisine
THIS restaurant offers unique tastes of authentic and home cooked style Thai food. Each ingredient is carefully sourced and selected, including a variety of traditional herbs and spices, by the expert chef to make sure the dishes are always fresh all the time. Decorated in a colourful retro style, the atmosphere of the restaurant reflects that of the 60-year-old riverside house. With outdoor and air-conditioned areas, enjoy the peaceful views of Chao Phraya River while dining on the authentic home-cooked Thai dishes is the best dining experience.
Tel: 02 164 2594-5 (Rama V1),
02 282 4003 (Phran Fa),
02 281 0915, 02 280 2989 (Dusit).
A THAI restaurant that brings fine dining, authentic traditional Thai dishes, and a traditional Thai atmosphere together as one. Ruen Mallika Royal Thai Cuisine offers the menu that is a work of art in itself. Serving traditional Thai dishes with carefully sourced ingredients by a team of expert chefs, every dish is sure to be rich and flavourful.
Tel: 02 263 3211
NAHM prides itself on serving the best Thai food in Bangkok. The restaurant offers a flexible set menu starting off with canapes, a choice of nam prik and salad, soup, nd stir fry dishes for an all-around authentic Thai dining experience.
Tel: 02 625 3333
EXQUISITE fine dining and delectable Thai dishes inspired by traditional Thai culinary wisdom in the midst of a mixture of oriental and modern Thai decor, Siam Wisdom is nestled in Soi Sawasdee (Sukhumvit Soi 31) and offers a wide range of classic and elegant Thai dishes.
Tel: 02 260 7811, www.siamwisdomcuisine.com
Issaya Siamese Club
A CHARMING Thai restaurant tucked away in a small street near Rama IV Road and surrounded by a beautiful green garden, Issaya offers a menu of traditional Thai dishes amidst the atmosphere of a Thai heritage house. Experience exquisite dining and taste delectable Thai dishes carefully crafted by the renowned Chef Kittichai and his team.
Tel :02 672 9040, www.issaya.com
NAMED after the elegant Thai stoneware known for its signature jade green tone and delicately crackled texture, Celadon at the Sukothai Hotel serves authentic Thai food based on classic recipes. Chef Rosarin Sriprathum and her team use time-honored techniques to ensure that the restaurant continues to enjoy its high-standing among local diners. Surrounded by classic Thai lotus ponds overlooking the hotel’s romantic grounds, Celadon’s two pavilions and two terraces offers elegance and sophistication in a contemporary Thai style.
Tel: 02344 8888
SIAM Tea Room definitely does tea and so much more. The restaurant offers a delightful combination of Thai and Western styles. This deli-inspired outlet spans the culinary divide. Sample a selection of freshly-baked pastries and authentic Thai cuisine alongside.
A welcoming area with comfy sofas, this is the ideal spot for a swift yet supremely satisfying breakfast, lunch or dinner. Many of their main dishes are quintessentially Thai. The special pork ribs and beef noodles come highly recommended.
Siam Tea Room opens daily from 7AM to 11PM.
Tel: 02 059 5999