Latin American steakhouse offering grilled meats, seafood starters and pasta dishes overseen by Chef Mateo Roberson. Handsome, masculine décor.
Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok 10110
Consistently popular since opening in 2004, Antonio’s features a menu originating from owner Antonio Armenio family’s recipes in southern Italy. His signature dish, home-made ravioli filled with porcini mushrooms, topped with a cream of black truffle sauce, has been rated Recipe of the Year.
26 Sukhumvit 29, Bangkok 10110
Tel: 095 110 1105
The List Bangkok’s favorite restaurants, according to readers of The BigChilli. Part 2.
Explore every delicious dimension of Thai cuisine with Chef Jasvir Sanghera (Chef Mama Duu), a spirited lady chef with a deep love and respect for the national dishes who practices her art and craft at Pirom Restaurant, InterContinental Hua Hin Resort.
As someone who always strives to do better, Jasvir picks up coveted prizes along the way. There was the Silver Medal she won at the Culinary Art Exhibition, her appointments as Honorable Chef presiding for Thai Airways International and the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and her Bronze Medal in fruit carving at IFHS. And she still found time to satisfy the rigorous standards of the Society of Public Health Inspectors, Singapore.
A Taste of Thai
Entertaining guests from overseas or just fancy great Thai food in restaurants the locals use? Here’s the pick of the best Thai outlets in Bangkok.
New on the scene- March 2020
ALATi is located on the lobby floor of Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok and opens daily for an à la carte lunch from 12:00 to 14:30 anddinner from 18:30 to 22:30.
Tel:+662 162 9000 or email email@example.com.
SURF by Seafood Express
SURF by Seafood Express started as a Delivery Premium seafood more than four years ago but has now become a restaurant serving fresh seafood such as Canadian Lobster, Sri Lanka Prawn, Large Crab from and Oysters from Surat Thani.
Open : 10:00 -22:00 (Closed on Wednesday)
Delivery Line: @seafoodexpress
FB : theseafoodexpress / FB : SURFseafoodrestaurant
Jamie Oliver’s international restaurant business has launched an all-day dining concept - Jamie Oliver Kitchen – featuring food from a diverse menu that celebrates the famous British chef’s culinary journey over the past 20 years.
Jamie Oliver Kitchen in Bangkok has a contemporary feel, with key features that will include a welcoming open kitchen, flexible seating with both larger tables for sharing and soft seating areas to lounge in. The decor also echoes the fabrics and glassware native to Thailand.
Whether it’s a casual lunch, a quiet coffee, drinks with friends, a simple supper, or a selection of sharing dishes or full-on dinner, the restaurant covers all the bases with a host of enticing, tempting dishes, using only the best ingredients.
Menus tap into the best of Jamie Oliver, and offer dishes that have been adapted to local tastes, allowing the menu to evolve alongside changing consumer desires.
Jamie Oliver said: “Over the past 20 years, I have travelled around the world to discover exciting flavour combinations, picking up incredible influences along the way. The new restaurant brings those inspirations to life and serve some of my absolute all-time favourites.”
Located at Siam Discovery, Jamie Oliver Kitchen Bangkok is operated by franchise partner HPL and joint venture partner Siam Piwat. This site was previously Jamie’s Italian.
“We have loved serving our guests under the Jamie’s Italian banner for the past three years and are now really excited to be introducing this brand new concept to Bangkok,” said General Manager Sarah Smith.
Dishes using local inspiration include a soft shell crab burger with a green papaya salad and Sriracha mayo created specifically for the Bangkok restaurant, and a low and slow short rib cooked in massaman spices.
Other menu highlights include Salmon fishcakes, featuring lemongrass and ginger served with a chilli dipping sauce or Chicken skewers with a spiced peanut sauce; slipper-shaped pizzas including the locally inspired seafood Tom Yum pizza featuring tomatoes, prawns, mussels, clams, squid and mozzarella cheese, served with scissors for easy sharing; a range of salads for those looking for healthier options including a Seafood and noodle salad, a prawn, salmon and octopus seafood skewer with a crunchy vegetable noodle salad.
The sweet dishes have everything from a Roasted pineapple and coconut panna cotta to a zesty Lemon curd bar with a buttery biscuit base, raspberries and pistachios. The beverage menu includes a wine list curated by Sarah Smith the General Manager, to offer old-world classics, new-world favourites and a few quirky labels for those looking to try something new. A range of craft-beers and ciders, cold-press juices from local artisan juicers, MeJuice Press and Italian roasted coffee ensure something for everyone.
Head Chef is Alex Barman, www.jamieoliverkitchen-th.com
New on the scene of december
A True Nightlight Gem
Tango Tonight Group is proud to present Crimson Room, a hidden gem in Langsuan inspired by the Roaring Twenties after World War I. With luxurious design in the Great Gatsby style, the stadium-style seats and crafted centre stage reveal stunning jazz performances Wednesday to Saturday and live DJs, creating a one-of-a-kind hangout spot, offering great cocktails and a well-curated selection of wines.
tel: 062 259 252
Top of the World Lunch
Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar, Thailand’s highest modern brasserie and bar in the heart of Sathorn, is now open for lunch with signature dishes starting at 850 baht net. Starters include Cured Norwegian Salmon and Grilled Naan Province Pork Jowl while signature mains include Grilled Pork Loin and Seared Andaman Seabass. All two-course meals include coffee or tea. There’s a new signature drink collection as well. Open daily 11.00 - 15.00hrs and 17.00 - 01.00hrs.
tel: 02 677 8722
In this monthly column, The BigChilli celebrates restaurants in Thailand that excel in their design as well as their cuisine. Dining in beautiful surroundings is regarded by many as a key element in their choice of restaurant for lunch or dinner.
It sets and maintains the mood for a memorable dining experience – and is often the main reason for a return visit. The purpose of this photo feature is therefore to pay homage to those owners who have invested in creating a Beautiful Restaurant for the pleasure of Bangkok’s diners.