Restaurants in Thailand

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Thailand's best-known celebrity chef, Ian Kittichai, is famed for signature dishes like Mussuman Curry Lamb Shank (Mussuman Gae) and Jasmine Flower... Read More

In a two-story house off Rama IV, this well-hidden restaurant is a top contender for my favorite Thai food in the city. Before dinner, cozy up on an... Read More

The seaside restaurant at the Rayavadee hotel serves yum talay (spicy seafood salad) and chu chi goong (prawns in red curry) are the dishes to order. Read More

Chef Joël Robuchon boasts 28 Michelin stars across 20 restaurants, and in Bangkok, executive chef Olivier Limousin, plucked from London, is translating... Read More

At Lady Brett, a spinoff of Rocket coffee bar next door, chef Patrick Martens and his team barbecue satisfying mains, like the fire... Read More

Thai chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn honed his craft in Michelin-star restaurants The Modern and Jean-Georges before returning to Thailand. At Le Du,... Read More

Providing haute French fare with a view, this four-star establishment at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel overlooks Bangkok's Chao Phraya River and... Read More

Head chef Francesco Lenzi made a name for himself at other local Italian hotspots before striking out on his own—with great success. The menu is built... Read More

A new Sukhumvit favorite, serving Western dishes accented with Eastern spices. Read More

This super-modern, super-chic restaurant, set on the 25th floor of an office tower, boasts one of the (yes) longest dining tables in Thailand: 25 meters... Read More

Businessmen from Tokyo crowd the restaurant on Tuesdays and Fridays, when the fish arrives fresh from Japan. Order the freshwater unagi eel and... Read More

Businessmen from Tokyo rank among the top patrons here, and they crowd the restaurant on Tuesday and Friday when the fish arrives fresh from Japan. Your... Read More

The Metropolitan Bangkok is urbane, with a streamlined glass and concrete facade that includes different textured finishes and several serene water... Read More

Outsmart the traffic on Sathorn and arrive at the Banyan Tree Hotel pre-sunset for one of the best views of the city. Since none of the nearby... Read More

Absolutely worth the splurge, the menu at this upscale restaurant changes daily based on what type of fish has arrived fresh from Japan. Rub elbows with... Read More

Worth the splurge. Rub elbows with fellow diners at the long bar, where you can watch the master chefs prepare signature dishes like toro tataki and... Read More

Mugendai’s sister restaurant is kinder on your wallet, but doesn’t shy away from bold flavors worthy of the rave reviews it’s received. The tabloid... Read More

Some of the best veggie food in the city is served at this restaurant, which occupies a small 1940s villa at the Ariyasomvilla Hotel. Visitors often... Read More

Austrian-born chef David Thompson is serving up some of the best Thai food in Bangkok, including an array of relishes and curries. Of course, be ... Read More

“Wow.” That was the only word my husband and I could utter as we indulged in the designed-to-share tasting menu (2,000 Baht each). At the helm of Nahm... Read More

Chef Ian Kittichai has converted a 100-year-old house into a wildly decorated Thai restaurant, serving Asian comfort food (pad Thai with foie gras and... Read More

When an Instagram-worthy sunset is calling my name I head to the 54th floor of the Marriot Hotel for a drink at OCTAVE. Any good night out on Sukhumvit... Read More

Chances are good that by the time you get to Bangkok, you will already have heard of Opposite Mess Hall. The popular canteen-style venue serves up fun... Read More

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