Restaurants in Thailand

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Taught by expert chefs in an antique wooden house, the Oriental Hotel’s cooking school was the first to open in Bangkok back in 1986. The four-course... Read More

The scene at Park Society on the 29th floor of the Sofitel So Hotel is an instantly cool mix of sleek black and metal accents. Patrons seeking a V.I.P... Read More

While not exclusively vegetarian, this upscale eatery has an impressive meat-free menu that won’t leave vegetarians feeling like an afterthought. Dishes... Read More

Chef Paolo Vitaletti is serving Neopolitan pizzas that truly delight. Peppina boasts an imported pizza oven and a dough recipe developed by a Neopolitan... Read More

This rooftop Indian restaurant boasts traditional live music and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over Sukhumvit Road. For eats, try the tandoori... Read More

Rang Mahal is one of the few Indian spots that has matched the flavorful and authentic cuisine that I fell in love with when I was living and working in... Read More

Steps from Bangkok’s top malls, the Red Sky Bar on 55th floor of the Central Grand Hotel is part wine bar, part martini bar. Order vino from the two... Read More

At this lantern-lit spot, young Dutch chefs make everything from tapas and Turkish dips to mojitos and steamed mussels. Read More

Housed inside the upscale Ma Du Zi Hotel, La Truffe serves southern French cuisine crafted by chef Yuya Okuda. Signature dishes include the duck foie... Read More

Ruen Mallika, with a menu as thick as the Talmud, is as much a restaurant as a veritable encyclopedia of Thai food. A traditional nobleman's teak house,... Read More

The stunning views of Wat Arun draw in first-time visitors, but what keeps people coming to Sala Rattanakosin are the dishes prepared by British Chef... Read More

The stunning views of Wat Arun aside, what keeps both locals and visitors coming to Sala Rattanakosin are the dishes prepared by British Chef Tony... Read More

The phrase “dinner theater” ordinarily conjures images of tacky revues and bad buffets, but the classical Thai dances preformed at this Mandarin... Read More

At his Bangkok restaurant, Holland native Henk Savelberg serves French food meticulously presented. For the full Savelberg... Read More

Scarlett is frequented by Hi-So (high-society) diners and has a laidback European vibe with sweeping views of the city that will leave you starry-eyed.... Read More

Patrons of this well-priced eatery in the Nihonmura Mall rave about the salmon belly sushi, wagyu beef, and kama toro. Grab a seat at the conveyor belt... Read More

At this sleek fine-dining Italian restaurant, chef Christian Martena dishes up beautiful seven-course dinners for less than $60. Grab a seat at the... Read More

The culinary wisdom at this upscale-yet-low-key restaurant is that of its local celebrity chef, Chumpol Jangprai (who recently won Thailand’s Iron Chef... Read More

For the 1,000 Baht (around $30) fee, you’ll shop for ingredients at a local market and learn to prepare a full Thai meal in four hours. Classes at the... Read More

This quaint grocery-turned-café serves up homemade juices, along with a menu featuring locally sourced and organically farmed ingredients. But what... Read More

Head to the 63th floor of the Lebua Hotel and you’ll find smartly dressed patrons taking in the impressive views while sipping craft cocktails. The... Read More

While rumblings of this iconic street food area’s closing were making a lot of noise in early 2015, these cheap eat stalls are still going strong.... Read More

This humble place, with a fast-food sheen that could be at home in any L.A. strip mall, features Isan food, from Thailand's northeast. From raw mango to... Read More

Sra Bua is the Bangkokian cousin to Copenhagen’s famed Kiin Kiin, the only restaurant in the world to receive a Michelin star for Thai cuisine. Serving... Read More

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