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31 Aug 2019

Where To Eat In Bangkok: 9 Must-Visit Restaurants and Cafes

Where To Eat In Bangkok: 9 Must-Visit Restaurants and Cafes

Apart from being a shopping haven, the capital of Thailand, Bangkok, is also a foodie’s playground. Whether you need a breather after shopping or you’re gearing up to eat your way through Bangkok, here are 9 restaurants and cafes serving up some of the most delectable eats! 

1. Benihana

Nestled within the compounds of Anantara Riverside Resort is Benihana, a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant that offers sushi rolls, sashimi and of course, teppanyaki. Be mesmerised by the fantastic shows put up by the chefs while preparing mouthwatering dishes that are served piping hot and fresh. 

Satiate your cravings with the Teppanyaki sets, picking from premium cuts of meat including Japanese Kobe Wine Rib Eye and Australian Angus Tenderloin that come with onion soup, salad, shrimp appetiser, hibachi vegetables and steamed rice. Elevate your experience and accompany your meal with some of the finest wine handpicked by the restaurant’s Wine Guru! Blending a wonderful culinary performance with fantastic food, you’ll be sure to leave Benihana on a high note. 

Address: Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort 257/1-2, Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 12pm-2.30pm, 5-10.30pm

Secure your spot for the eye-catching show and food at Benihana with Chope here!

2. Blue Elephant

Situated in a stunning traditional colonial-style yellow house on Sathorn Road, a meal at Blue Elephant is a feast for the eyes, stomach and soul. A Michelin Guide Restaurant, indulge in exquisite and authentic Thai flavours in the beautiful dining room complete with polished wood and Traditional Thai handicrafts. 

With locally-sourced ingredients and masterful execution of the dishes, expect to be blown away by the variety and quality of dishes at Blue Elephant ranging from the likes of Hot Phuketian Turmeric and Betel Crab Curry as well as Thai Tamarind and French “Landes” Foie Gras. Offering both classic and innovative food options, you won’t be disappointed but you’re sure to be spoilt for choice!

Address: 233 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 
Monday-Sunday: 11.30am-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm

Get a seat at Blue Elephant with Chope here!

3. Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery

As its name suggests, Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery is the perfect spot for those hankering for meat and wine. Sourced from local farms, the food here is as close as you can get to farm-to-table. Boasting a rural, chic and vibrant atmosphere, one can expect to be treated to the juiciest rotisserie meats and steaks grilled to tender perfection. Visiting with a voracious appetite? The Tomahawk Australian Wagyu will send you straight to food heaven but if you’re not feeling it, opt for the Truffle Risotto or Lobster Pasta that’s equally delicious. 

Wine connoisseurs won’t be disappointed by the impressive range of wines on offer here. Have your meal in the chill vibe of the eatery and choose to sit at either the normal or high tables. No matter where you are or who you’re with, you’re bound to have a great meal and time! 

Address: G/F, 39 Boulevard, Sukhumvit Soi 39, Khlong Tan Nuea, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 11am-2.30pm, 6pm-12:30am
Friday-Sunday: 11am-2.30pm, 5pm-12.30am

Snag a seat (or more) at Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery with Chope here!

4. Haoma

Haoma turns the tables and brings diners straight to its urban-farm restaurant in the heart of Bangkok. Influenced by Indian flavours and beautifully blended with local, organic Thai ingredients, Haoma offers various menu options all of which guarantees a memorable, multi-sensory dining experience. 

With fresh seasonal items from nature, sea and straight from the urban-farm, you’ll be treated to an unconventional yet comforting meal including dishes like The disappearing duck featuring curry mousse, poultry wing, sticky rice and Haoma urban farm greens. Visiting during lunch? Create your own wholesome set lunch complete with an appetiser and dessert to end off your meal on a sweet note! Dedicated to sustainability and providing the highest quality of food evident in their pursuit, Haoma promises and delivers only the best.

Address: 231/1 Sukhumvit Soi 31 wattana, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:
Tuesday-Friday: 6pm-10.30pm
Saturday-Sunday: 11.30am-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm
Closed on Mondays

Reserve your place at Haoma with Chope here!

5. Yelo Cafe

Yelo Cafe is located in a former warehouse which has been converted into a workspace for like-minded creatives. In the heart of Pathum Wan, the structure and industrial elements of the warehouse has been largely preserved but the space has been enhanced, making it the ideal place for artists to create and display their work. 

Tuck into a wide array of food here, choosing to indulge in a hearty portion of classic Thai dishes like Prawn Pad Thai or Deep Fried Pork Belly with Ma-Khwean Sauce. This cosy little cafe located just a stone’s throw away from Sansaeb Canal makes for a relaxing and laid-back time of dining while people-watching.

Address: 20/2 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 9am-9pm

Chope a seat at Yelo Cafe here!

6. Petite Audrey

A Thai-fusion bistro and cafe, Petite Audrey is also the sibling outlet of the popular Audrey Cafe and Bistro. The space, modelled with inspiration taken from a French outdoor terrace, is adorned with charming decorations and fitted with plush sofas. 

Perfect for recuperating after a bout of shopping (or fuelling up before), one can look forward to feeding their ‘gram and stomach at Petite Audrey with alluring and stunning dishes like Thai Tea Sizzling Roti served on a hot plate or Blueberry Crumble that’s sure to satiate all cravings. Pair your food with a refreshing fruity slush or get your fix of caffeine before setting off to explore the gem that is Siam Center! 

Address: 4/F, Siam Center, Rama I Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 
Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm

Reserve a place for you to satisfy your sweet tooth at Petite Audrey with Chope here

7. Greyhound Cafe


Source: Greyhound Cafe

 

Frequent visitors to Bangkok and cafe lovers need no introduction to Greyhound Cafe. While it has arrived in Singapore and is located in Paragon, why not dine at the OG in Bangkok? Whether you’ve been to Greyhound Cafe before or not, each visit guarantees a new and memorable experience. Besides, you get to slowly eat your way through the extensive menu! The EmQuartier outlet boasts a stunning interior with white, grey and black elements contributing to the clean and sleek feel of the cafe. 

Serving up Asian and Western food with a dash of fusion, you’ll have a whale of a time browsing the menu and deciding between noodles, pasta or classic Thai dishes. Can’t make up your mind? We recommend the Complicated Noodle which contrary to popular belief, isn’t all that complicated. Put some noodles, minced pork sauce and garnish on fresh, crunchy lettuce and be introduced to a beautiful marriage of flavours and textures! 

Address: Emquartier Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11am-10pm

Bring your cafe experience to a new level at Greyhound Cafe

8. Thipsamai Restaurant


Source: Thipsamai Restaurant

 

Pad Thai is love, Pad Thai is life. Where better to satisfy your cravings for Pad Thai than in Thailand itself? At Thipsamai Restaurant which has been established since 1966, it has made a name for itself as the best Pad Thai in Thailand. 

Being the first to create the Padthai Sen-Chan with shrimp oil, deep sea prawns wrapped with egg, it uses only the best quality of raw ingredients all tossed together over a charcoal stove. Offering up to seven variations including a vegetarian option, Thipsamai Restaurant truly is a Pad Thai lover’s dream. 

Address: 313-315 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 4am-1am

Pad Thai lovers, gear up to eat to your heart’s content at Thipsamai Restaurant

9. Suhring


Source: Suhring

 

A Michelin-starred restaurant, Suhring brings to the table fantastic German-inspired cuisine. Helmed by famous twin chefs Thomas and Mathias Suhring, this spot is right up the alley of fine-dining lovers. Putting a contemporary spin on traditional dishes with a European influences, one can look forward to a constant innovation of food based on the season and ingredients in the kitchen. Their wine list boasts old world wines from various cool climate regions that pair beautifully with the flavours brought out in each of the dishes. 

Located in a serene neighbourhood and featuring a glass house, dining at Suhring brings about a calm and tranquil ambience that is homely and comforting, enhanced by small mementos from the Chef’s home placed all around the house. Alternatively, impress your date with a romantic meal and choose to dine in the warmly-lit glass conservatory!  

Address: No.10, Yen Akat Soi 3, Chongnonsi, Yannawa, 10120 Bangkok

Opening Hours:
Mondays to Fridays: 5.30pm-9.30pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 11.30pm-12.30pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm

Dine in the elegant environment of Restaurant Suhring and treat your taste buds to a new gastronomical experience.

 

Ready to eat your way through Bangkok?

Apart from the great list of recommendations, we’ve got even better news for you: when you’re visiting Bangkok, you can still use Chope to book your restaurants AND also get to earn the same amount of Chope-Dollars that you would receive in Singapore with each reservation made! Off you go and don’t forget to snag your places at these restaurants in Bangkok!

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