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Do you need anymore, they won't be as long but I will try and make them interesting. Our Top 5 Places to eat in Bangkok Whether you’re in Bangkok on holiday then it’s always great to know where the best restaurants are and if you are a foreigner living in Bangkok then there’s no doubt in the world that there are eateries just around the corner that you’ve never heard of. BestRestaurantsBangkok.com has a vast database of Bangkok dining spots with something for everyone from Thai food to Western food and food from all over Asia, from Vietnam to the Middle East. Many people traveling to Thailand travel here on a budget and so want to eat like the local’s do buying food off a stall, on a stick or eating off a polystyrene tray with makeshift chopsticks others love the dining experience that Bangkok has to offer. If you love dining out in top restaurants with fine cuisine then we have compiled a list of 5 restaurants that we think you will enjoy.

1. Soul Food

This wonderful Thai restaurant just a 5 minute walk along soi Thong Lor from the BTS restaurant is err…owned by an American but if you’re looking for a great night out with delicious Thai food then Soul food is definitely the place to go.

There is a bar on the ground floor as you enter if you’re just out for a drink but it’s really worthwhile taking a look at the menu which hosts a variety of dishes from the North east to the South of Thailand. The owners love for Thailand not only reflects in the care they take in preparing your delicious food but also in the simple décor of original etchings of artwork depicting the busy alley ways of Bangkok.

2. La Table de Tee

If you’re looking for great French dishes then look no further than La table de Tee, Silom, providing delicious traditional food from France in a romantic setting. Located in a small alley on Soi Sala Daeng just a few minutes’ walk from the BTS station and of course the famous Patpong district la Table de Tee offers high quality food in a great atmosphere and their 5 course set meal is only 950 baht per head plus service charge.

3. Enoteca

Italian food is popular in every major city in the world and Bangkok is no exception and boasts some great Italian restaurants but none are more successful than the Enoteca Italian restaurant. Located down the alley at the end of a very narrow street this wonderful restaurant is a sanctuary in the infamously noisy business district of Sukhumvit. The restaurant is surrounded by a beautifully kept lawn and the décor within is very Italian with wall racks of great wine and food that ranks high in most cuisine and travel guides. The restaurant is busy every day so it’s best to book the day before to make sure you get a table for your romantic night out.

3. Enoteca

Italian food is popular in every major city in the world and Bangkok is no exception and boasts some great Italian restaurants but none are more successful than the Enoteca Italian restaurant. Located down the alley at the end of a very narrow street this wonderful restaurant is a sanctuary in the infamously noisy business district of Sukhumvit. The restaurant is surrounded by a beautifully kept lawn and the décor within is very Italian with wall racks of great wine and food that ranks high in most cuisine and travel guides. The restaurant is busy every day so it’s best to book the day before to make sure you get a table for your romantic night out.

3. Enoteca

Italian food is popular in every major city in the world and Bangkok is no exception and boasts some great Italian restaurants but none are more successful than the Enoteca Italian restaurant. Located down the alley at the end of a very narrow street this wonderful restaurant is a sanctuary in the infamously noisy business district of Sukhumvit. The restaurant is surrounded by a beautifully kept lawn and the décor within is very Italian with wall racks of great wine and food that ranks high in most cuisine and travel guides. The restaurant is busy every day so it’s best to book the day before to make sure you get a table for your romantic night out.

4. Zuma

Designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu of Tokyo’s ‘Studio Glitt’ fame and located on the ground floor of Bangkok’s prestigious St. Regis Hotel this trendy Japanese restaurant and bar has an enormous floor space with subtle lighting giving the tables a cosy feel. Zuma offers several ways for diners to enjoy Japanese food from its sushi bar to its robata where customers can enjoy the site of the chef skillfully cutting and cooking meat while seated around the cooking table. The restaurant also offers an outdoor terrace where diners can enjoy cocktails before or after their meal. Later on the evening warms up with their own in-house DJ mixing the hits.
5. Long table

The long table is one of the coolest sky bars in Bangkok city, not a rooftop bar but it has some brilliant views of the city. Located just off the Asoke-Sukhumvit intersection the long table serves drinks at happy hour two for one prices from 5-7pm and delicious Thai food that looks incredible. The Long Table restaurant and bar boasts the longest table in Thailand and double story floor to ceiling windows so you can enjoy great cocktails while appreciating the Bangkok sunset while sat in one of its relaxing booths With a massive sign stretched across the front of the building just look up, you can’t miss it! These are just a few of our favourite restaurants in Thailand’s booming capital but if you’re a fan of great dining come back and visit us for some more great dining tips.


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