Dining in Thailand Blog Posts

  • Le Cafe Siam Restaurant Bangkok
    on Sep 1, 2009 in French Thai/French
    A gorgeously restored, two-storey old building which exudes home comforts amid a French colonial ambience. Magnificent French and Thai tastes which go far beyond the usual snails and foie gras emphasised at other French restaurants. Mille feuilles o...
  • Le Beaulieu Restaurant Bangkok
    on Aug 31, 2009 in French
    Classic French cuisine makes many demands of the chef - adherence to strict rules, an understanding of special methods and techniques, skills acquired after long apprenticeships in the kitchens of great restaurants. At Le Beaulieu, Chef Herve Fre...
  • Le Bouchon Restaurant Bangkok
    on Aug 31, 2009 in French
    Le Bouchon restaurant is located in the heart of Patpong, the famous entertainment area in Bangkok. It is located in a one floor shop-house with a large bar, small dining room, and an even smaller kitchen and toilet. The amicable owner, Serge Marti...
  • Le Banyan Restaurant Bangkok
    on Aug 31, 2009 in French
    Le Banyan Restaurant Bangkok is a Thai house splashed in yellow and red with a bar on one side and traditional table settings. For 18 years chef Michel Binaux and partner Bruno Bischoff have continued a legacy that keeps Le Banyan a respected French...
  • D'sens Restaurant Bangkok
    on Aug 31, 2009 in French
    Right at the top of the hotel, D'Sens's full-length glass windows provide breathtaking views of the city. Michelin-star twin chefs Jacques and Laurent Pourcel have created a menu that is modern French inspired by the Mediterranean influences of thei...
  • The Deck By The River
    on Jul 2, 2009 in Thai/European
    Adding to its strikingly impressive setting is a delightful menu that ranges from French, Italian to Thai dishes, delicately crafted by executive chef Charoen Wongputhorn. Among the eatery's signature creations for starters is pumpkin soup, served in...
  • To Die For Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 2, 2009 in European
    To Die For is considered one of the coolest places in town, whether you come for a drink at the bar or for its cuisine. This modern eatery offers an array of innovative European dishes. A complimentary bread basket with tomato salsa is offered at the...
  • Zeist Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 2, 2009 in European
    Some nice dishes are available here. The menu focuses on a small number of choices, which ensures maximum attention to detail. Home-made smoked duck makes a divine starter with sprouts, mushrooms and other meticulously selected ingredients under slic...
  • Comtesse Du Barry Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 2, 2009 in French
    On offer here are minimalist dishes for high prices. Begin with caesar salad for a modest-sized, adequate item adorned with bacon bits and fragments of parmesan cheese. Frog legs is tasty but leaves you wishing for more. Agnolottis ravioli arrives in...
  • C'est Bon Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 2, 2009 in French
    Smooth flavours which may taste bland to some who favour sharper, bolder recipes, this is the place for nice, unchallenging meals. Caesar salad is adequate and very mild, with its romaine lettuce, anchovies, egg, parmesan cheese and croutons free of...
  • Witch's Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 2, 2009 in International
    Witch's is still renowned for its fresh oysters, and they really are a must-try. But the menu moves on to include fish and seafood dishes, as well as a variety of imported red meats. There are scores of warm and cold appetisers that go with after-wor...
  • Tessa Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in French
    The menu reveals that this is no ordinary restaurant and shows a variety of unique dishes. The food is French in origin and comes in very sizable portions. For starters, frog legs salad is delectable: served hot, with a balsamic dressing and fresh ga...
  • Indus Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in Indian
    Indus serves northern Indian cuisine with a healthy twist and a slight moderation of the spices. The chef's recommended menu changes weekly and there are more than 10 vegetarian dishes available. The complimentary samosa and papadum served in the beg...
  • Provence Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in Thai/European
    Appetisers and salads are superb, entrees less stellar. Chicken liver and bacon in red wine sauce is a trio of tender morsels wrapped by meaty flavourful bacon in an aromatic sauce. Spicy wing bean salad with shrimps is authentically spicy with a nam...
  • Monopoly Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in European
    The food served here is modern Euriopean cuisine. Starting off with smoked snow fish salad will definitely perk up one's appetite; the fish is soft and succulent, and is drizzled with a light lemon dressing. Everything in this dish - grapes, salmon r...
  • The Cup Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in European
    The Cup is comfortable and the menu reflects this. There is Bangkok's perhaps only hydroponic salad bar to start with, which is why The Cup provides a litany of salads from classic caesar, greek and tuna to a smoked duck breast salad with blackberry...
  • The Andaman Restaurant Bangkok
    on Jul 1, 2009 in European
    Fondue may be the highlight here, be it the seafood or Bourguignonne variations, but the foie gras, pasta and steak are not to be dismissed either. Baked Alaskan scallops with cheese that slowly melts in the mouth is a delight, or go for leafy rocket...
  • Evergarden Restaurant Bangkok
    on May 22, 2009 in Chinese
    In a word: excellent. The restaurant makes its mark with food that is well prepared and presented. One only need look at the well-heeled Chinese and Thai clientele to know that you will get nothing but the best here. Seafood gets top billing on the m...
  • Crystal Jade Restaurant Bangkok
    on May 21, 2009 in Chinese
    Do not expect the renowned Crystal Jade Shanghai cuisine here. At this branch the menu is dominated by Cantonese fare with the exception of shao long bao. The impressive array of Hong Kong-style dim sum on offer at lunch is freshly made and authentic...
  • Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant Bangkok
    on May 21, 2009 in Seafood Chinese
    This is a large, functional, non-descript restaurant with circular tables, recessed ceiling lights and wood-panelled columns. The middleclass, utilitarian decor is typical of Chinese restaurants elsewhere.This is a place to take a break for a meal on...
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