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Hemlock

Thai 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The extensive and wide-ranging menu, which includes several vegetarian options, combined with a relaxing atmosphere and very reasonable prices, makes this a hot favorite for young Thais. — Frommer's

A stylishly small, air-conditioned place, Hemlock is popular with Thai elite and artists who often host art and photography exhibitions here. — DK Eyewitness

Taking full advantage of its cosy shophouse location, this perennial favourite has enough style to feel like a special night out but doesn’t skimp on flavour or preparation. — Lonely Planet

Small, stylish, air-con restaurant that’s very popular with students and young Thai couples. — Rough Guide

A pioneer of this hip bar/restaurant strip, Hemlock maintains a near-Mediterranean breeziness (whitewashed walls and a rock-strewn interior). — Time Out

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Breeze Restaurant

Seafood 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Breeze serves Pan-Asian seafood on a terrace, accessed via a sci-fi style bridge. Booking is essential. Premium prices. — Time Out

This ultra-hip eatery is where you'll spot international jet-setters and Bangkok's moneyed set. — Fodor's

The breathtaking panoramic views from the 52nd floor of this Chao Phraya riverside tower are outdone only by the sky-high menu prices. — Condé Nast Traveler

The breathtaking panoramic views from the 52nd floor of this Chao Phraya riverside tower are outdone only by the sky-high menu prices. — Concierge

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

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Cabbages & Condoms

Thai 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Standouts include the deep-fried chicken wrapped in pandanus leaves, the fried fish with mango sauce, and the crispy duck salad. — Fodor's

Run by Thailand’s Population & Community Development Association (PDA), Cabbages & Condoms’ menu includes Thai classics, seafood, and other regional dishes. — DK Eyewitness

Diners are treated to authentic Thai food in the Condom Room, and relaxed scoffing of barbecued seafood in the rainforest beer-garden. — Rough Guide

The restaurant Cabbages & Condoms serves tasty Thai food in a theme-styled restaurant. — Afar Magazine

Don't let the name fool you into thinking that this is a hot spot in the red-light district. Cabbages & Condoms is in fact a quirky, tasty restaurant in the fish market district run by a wholly respectable Thai charity. — Concierge

Nahm Restaurant

Thai 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Master chef David Thompson won accolades for his Thai eatery in London, and his newly opened outpost in Bangkok has been called one of the world's best restaurants. — Fodor's

Australian chef-author David Thompson is behind what is quite possibly the best Thai restaurant in Bangkok. — Lonely Planet

The fiery green curry lobster with coconut milk and Thai basil is a standout from Australian chef David Thompson. — Travel + Leisure

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

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Mei Jiang

Chinese 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The best dim sum is at Mei Jiang, the Cantonese restaurant located inside the Peninsula Hotel. — Afar Magazine

It may be a hotel dining outlet, but Cantonese fine dining restaurant Mei Jiang has a following that extends well beyond guests of The Peninsula Bangkok. It is a regular fixture in local... — Forbes Travel Guide

Probably Bangkok’s best Chinese restaurant, with beautiful views of the hotel’s riverside gardens night and day, and very attentive and graceful staff. — Rough Guide

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Appia

84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Styled as a Roman trattoria, the Italian cuisine here is rustic, featuring homemade pastas, stews, and roasted meats such as porchetta stuffed with fennel, garlic, and rosemary. — Frommer's

Italian food is served in a cozy atmosphere decorated with wood and stucco accents. — Travel + Leisure

Handmade pastas, slow-roasted meats and a carefully curated and relatively affordable wine list are the selling points of this restaurant serving Roman-style cuisine. — Lonely Planet

Menu standouts include fresh-off-the-rotisserie porchetta; organic pork rolled with fennel, rosemary, and garlic; oxtail stew with herb gremolata; and divine Caprese in Puglia made with burrata cheese — Fodor's

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Kuppa

International 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hangar of blond wood and metal, which is dominated by a working coffee roaster, has the scale and feel of a major international restaurant, and the menu is consistently good. — Time Out

Kuppa offers traditional Thai fare as well as many international dishes, and it has attracted a dedicated following because of its coffee (roasted on the premises) and its impressive desserts. — Fodor's

Located off the Asok BTS in a former warehouse (reputedly a CIA hangout), this laid-back Western cafe-restaurant boasts a chic, minimalist interior with plenty of polished concrete and artworks. — Frommer's

For Bangkok’s ladies who lunch, Kuppa is something of a second home. — Lonely Planet

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Taling Pling

Thai 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This homely, buzzing restaurant combines bright decor with tasty rural cooking. — Time Out

Locals and tourists feel equally at home at this cosy Thai restaurant. — Lonely Planet

A two-story restaurant in a converted family home, Taling Pling is located between Silom and Sathorn roads. — DK Eyewitness

I've just one word for this friendly low-end Thai diner: Go! Because it's packed with office workers at lunchtime, it's better to try for a table after 1pm or in the evening. — Frommer's

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Vientiane Kitchen

Thai 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Isan food is generally very spicy, and adventurous eaters have ample opportunities to sample something out of the ordinary here. — Frommer's

This open-air restaurant, named for the capital of Laos, is set under thatched roofs and has a slightly gritty feel. — Fodor's

Just a short swerve off Sukhumvit and you’re transported into a little piece of Isaan (northeast Thailand), where the menu’s stocked full of northeastern delicacies. — Rough Guide

You feel almost upcountry in this soi of Lao/Isaan eateries. — Time Out

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GAGGAN

83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

More appropriate for an English-themed tea house than a restaurant serving self-proclaimed ‘progressive Indian cuisine’, Gaggan is all about incongruity. — Lonely Planet

Promising "progressive Indian cuisine," chef Gaggan Anand titillates Bangkokian palates with a molecular gastronomy take on his native dishes. — Condé Nast Traveler

Bangkok has a significant Indian population. Indeed, the city even has its own ‘Little India’ around Phahurat Road. The best Indian dining options, however, can be found around the main... — Afar Magazine

Gaggan Anand’s Indian restaurant rose to fame after claiming the top spot at S. Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2015 and taking 10th place at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.... — Travel + Leisure

The street food of his home town of Kolkata and a formative stint at El Bulli are the twin inspirations behind chef Gaggan Anand’s boundary-pushing restaurant in downtown Bangkok. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants

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Bo.Lan

82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Professing a belief in old-fashioned cooking techniques and fresh produce, chef Duangporn Songvisava—a student of David Thompson's—seeks to preserve Thailand's rich culinary heritage as... — Condé Nast Traveler

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

The restaurant is striving to have a zero-carbon footprint within a few years—the owners grow their own vegetables, recycle organic waste, and purify their groundwater. — Fodor's

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Eat Me Restaurant

International 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Aussie establishment is both a high-end eatery and a swanky art gallery where rotating exhibits provide just the right atmosphere. — Fodor's

A little bit of Sydney has blossomed here off Th Silom, helping to give Bangkok more cosmo cred. — Lonely Planet

Eat Me is all about exposed industrial beams, dark wood, and indirect lighting on walls of an ever-changing exhibition space. — Frommer's

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Chote Chitr

Thai 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The unassuming Chote Chitr, located near Wat Suthat, is a century-old, family-run establishment popular with locals for its authentic, flavorful takes on traditional Thai cuisine.en, shrimp, and banan. — Travel + Leisure

A favorite of legendary Bangkok food writer Bob Halliday, this simple, diminutive restaurant near Wat Suthat specializes in recipes handed down from the royal palace. — Fodor's

No Bangkok restaurant has garnered so much praise from the cognoscenti, yet managed to retain its unique character. — Time Out

A five-table clean, hole-in-the-wall restaurant, Chote Chitr prides itself for serving Thai food cooked as per ancient royal recipes using rare ingredients. — DK Eyewitness

This third-generation shophouse restaurant boasting just six tables is a Bangkok foodie landmark. — Lonely Planet

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Celadon

Thai 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lotus ponds reflect the city's beautiful evening lights at this romantic restaurant. — Fodor's

Order the banana blossom, chicken, and shrimp salad at this hotel restaurant. — Travel + Leisure

The Sukhothai hotel's signature restaurant offers a calming ambience of teak, ceramics, and Thai silk in a room that appears to float over a pool of lotus blossoms. — Condé Nast Traveler

Consistently rated as one of the best hotel restaurants in Bangkok and a favourite with locals, serving outstanding traditional and contemporary Thai food. — Rough Guide

The delicately steamed white snapper with lime juice and only a hint of chile is proof that Thai food need not be spicy to taste special. — Concierge

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Kaloang Home Kitchen

Thai 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Don’t be alarmed by the peeling paint and dilapidated deck – the owners at Kaloang Home Kitchen certainly aren't. — Lonely Planet

The food transcends the riverside setting; sure-handed spicing and faultless freshness informs each sizeable dish. — Time Out

The generous grilled seafood platter is a bargain, as is the plate of grilled giant river prawns. — Fodor's

Flamboyant service and excellent seafood attracts an almost exclusively Thai clientele to this open-air riverside restaurant. — Rough Guide

Although a little hard to find, Kaloang Home Kitchen is worth a visit. Tucked away behind the National Library, this alfresco, riverside venue serves excellent and inexpensive Thai cuisine. — DK Eyewitness

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Rang Mahal Restaurant

Indian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn 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 India. Enjoy the live music, and... — Travel + Leisure

Savory food in a pleasant setting with great 26th-floor views of the city brings people back to this upscale Indian restaurant. — Fodor's

Fine dining and Indian cuisine are not often found together in Thailand, but this rooftop restaurant is elegant and chic, and offers a sumptuous selection of culinary delights from every corner of India. — Frommer's

Couple views from this restaurant’s 26th floor with an all-Indian buffet and a live band, and you have one of the most popular Sunday destinations for Bangkok’s South Asian expat community. — Lonely Planet

Superb city views and rich, north Indian dishes make this palatial setting worth a splurge, but do reserve a window table. — Time Out

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Koi Bangkok

Japanese 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

LA celebrity hangout Koi opened this über-chic bar and California-Japanese restaurant, followed by an Italian eaterie in the artfully lit garden. — Time Out

This upscale Japanese restaurant is a stunning addition to Bangkok’s increasingly eclectic dining scene. — DK Eyewitness

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Candles flicker against the dark wood walls and tables, and plush pillows encourage you to settle in with your dining companions for healthy California-Japanese fare. — Condé Nast Traveler

Models eat for free at this sexy, low-lit sibling of the original Koi in Los Angeles. That explains the appealing eye candy lounging on crimson couches by the swank bar. — Concierge

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Soi Polo Fried Chicken

Thai 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

There's fried chicken and there's fried chicken from Soi Polo. Its oily, crispy, aromatic, fleshy balance has won devotees. — Time Out

On the access road to the snobby polo club, Bangkok’s most famous purveyor of the ultimate Thai peasant dish, fried chicken. — Rough Guide

Finger-licking chicken, shredded papaya salad (available extra spicy upon request), and bamboo baskets of sticky rice. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Cafe De Siam

80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The half-French, half-Thai menu does a decent job living up to the luscious setting. — Time Out

The French and Thai food, with main courses starting at B250, is superb, served in a relaxing ambience that subtly blends Chinese and French styles. — Rough Guide

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Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin

80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The popular Bua is frequented by both locals and foreigners, drawn to its elaborate menu of delicious Thai dishes at reasonable prices. — DK Eyewitness

Luxurious and utterly unique, this restaurant upends the conventional wisdom about Thai cuisine and technique. — Fodor's

Putting local ingredients through the wringer of molecular gastronomy, the couple have created unconventional Thai dishes such as 'warm lobster with frozen curry pearls'. — Lonely Planet

The deconstructed Thai dishes at Sra Bua are clever twists on classic street food with a well though out focus on the Thai cooking tenets of sour, salt, spice, and sweet. The service here... — Travel + Leisure

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