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Bo.Lan
9
$$$
Asian
Thong Lor & Ekamai
8 reviews
Bo.lan aims high with smooth service, a wine list to pair with Thai food, and degustation menus to demonstrate their considerable kitchen skills. — Time Out
Nahm
9
$$$
Asian
Sathorn
6 reviews
Chef Thompson and his team mix all-time favorites with a smattering of more obscure offerings, served in an elegant dining room reminiscent of a Sukhothai-era temple. — Condé Nast Traveler
Le Normandie
8
$$$
European
Silom
8 reviews
Said to be the finest French restaurant in Asia, Le Normandie offers an elegant setting in Mandarin Oriental’s Garden Wing. — DK Eyewitness
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
8
$$$
Asian
Siam
5 reviews
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 — Travel + Leisure
Appia
8
$$
Italian
Sukhumvit
4 reviews
Appia combines original Roman food with southern Italian recipes. Interesting, right? Both the handmade pasta and the gnocchi (Italian-style dumplings made from potatoes and flour) are musts. — Time Out
Supanniga Eating Room, Thonglor
8
$$
Thai
Thong Lor & Ekamai
6 reviews
The kitchen here is known for bold flavors, large portions of traditional Thai comfort foods, and a heavy dash of creativity — Condé Nast Traveler
Issaya Siamese Club
8
$$$
Asian
Thung Maha Mek
6 reviews
An avant-garde dining experience from one of Thailand’s most respected chefs—that’s pretty much enough said for Issaya Siamese Club — Time Out
Ginza Sushi-Ichi
8
$$$
Japanese
Lumphini
3 reviews
Fish is flown in daily from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market which makes this one of the most authentic places for sushi in town — Frommer's
Breeze Restaurant
8
$$$
Asian
Silom
5 reviews
The Le Bua hotel has brought to Bangkok a unique Asian seafood experience that will amaze anyone who braves the giddy heights of this alfresco restaurant. — Frommer's
Soi Polo Fried Chicken
8
$
Asian
Silom
6 reviews
Here you'll get world-class fried chicken, flavored with black pepper and plenty of golden-brown garlic; the best way to sample it is with sticky rice and a plate of som tam. — Fodor's
Kuppa
8
$$
Dessert
Sukhumvit
5 reviews
One of Bangkok's most spacious cafes has the city's first in-house roaster, plus premium blends from Peru and beyond — Condé Nast Traveler
Sala Rim Naam
8
$$$
Asian
Silom
6 reviews
Sala Rim Naam’s lunch consists of a lavish buffet, while evening diners are treated to a set gourmet dinner menu and a performance of traditional Thai dance. — DK Eyewitness
Soul Food Mahanakorn
8
$$
Asian
Thong Lor & Ekamai
5 reviews
Soul Food Mahanakorn serves some of the best Thai food in the city. — Fodor's
Mei Jiang
8
$$$
Chinese
Riverside
6 reviews
Elegantly simple Chinese decor that doesn't overwhelm and delightful private rooms give it an edge over the city's other -- more showy -- Chinese restaurants. — Frommer's
Medici Kitchen & Bar
8
$$$
Italian
Lumphini
3 reviews
Eclectic and cool, the Hotel Muse is an artsy boutique that plays on colonial themes and the roaring 20s — Fodor's
Sühring
8
$$$
German
Chong Nonsi
4 reviews
Delicious spätzle (a German pasta) is a highlight, as is a dish called “heaven and earth” that combines potatoes, black pudding, and green apple. — Frommer's
Mezzaluna
8
$$$
European
Silom
3 reviews
The food is good, if not great, but more importantly the view is peerless. Don't come, though, unless you're ready to spend. — Fodor's
Blue Elephant Restaurant
8
$$$
Asian
Sathorn
4 reviews
This Belgium-based Thai chain converted the century-old Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce building into a nostalgic restaurant with intimate nooks and grand dining rooms. — Time Out
Raan Jay Fai
8
$$
Thai
Rattanakosin (Bangkok Old City)
5 reviews
The lump crabmeat fried with curry powder, though not as wildly popular, is also recommended. — Fodor's
Erawan Tea Room
7
$$
Dessert
Lumphini
5 reviews
Afternoon tea set at Erawan tea room is different from other places as here they serve Thai style set — Time Out
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