We will share with you some of Asia’s best food, especially Bangkok cuisine, from many street stalls, outdoor markets and exclusive restaurants. Whether you come to Bangkok for a day or a week, you will have a variety of options to suit your taste and budget for each meal. You can not decide where to eat first? If you would like to find out more about Bangkok’s best restaurants and eateries, use our Bangkok Dining Experience and plan where to dine the best dining venues of Bangkok city.
Walking along the breathtaking Chao Praya River in Bangkok at night is an indispensable thing to do. Let’s try a picnic in Bangkok to see that’s true. While you enjoy wine and dinner in a luxurious space, you will be able to see the beautiful city at night with temples and skyscrapers.
The most famous restaurants in Bangkok Street
Silom Soi 20
Silom is a great place to enjoy street food in Thailand. Silom Soi 20 is located near one of Bangkok’s most famous mosques, serving Bangkok cuisine, Thai, Chinese and Muslim dishes. The prices are reasonable and most menus come in both Thai and English.
Yaowarat (China Town)
Yaowarat, Bangkok’s Chinatown, is famous for its tempting cuisine in Bangkok. Try walking from one street to another and stop at a diner along the way or enjoy a great dinner in one of the Chinese restaurants.
Lumpini park is not just a place to escape the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, it is also among the best places to enjoy culinary Bangkok and try a variety of street food lasted from afternoon to evening late. You can walk from BTS Ratchadamri station towards the park to find a place to eat.
The food on Khao San Road is considered to be the cheapest, but it is located at the farthest point in the area. Take a short walk to Banglamphu market to shop for clothes and accessories then enjoy a variety of dishes on the street.
Wang Lang Market
If you are visiting the Grand Palace or Wat Pho, take the ferry across the river to Wang Lang Pier (N10) and visit Wang Lang Market. It is famous for its excellent Southern Thai food, and the markets on this street offer a variety of tempting street food for you to enjoy.
Restaurants that serve Thai traditional dishes
Isaan Rod Det
Located on Soi Rangnam, a short distance from Victory Monument Villa, this is a small and simple restaurant serving great Isaan food (Northeast Thailand). Do not forget to try grilled chicken; som tam – gai yang and papaya salad.
Baan E-san Muang Yos
This seductive Isaan restaurant is located on Sukhumvit Soi 31. Although it is surrounded by other fine international restaurants, this is still an attractive destination for crowded travelers. Baan E-san Muang Yos serves a variety of Isaan dishes with chicken and pork BBQ.
This is perhaps Bangkok’s most famous seafood chain.Somboon Seafood opened many branches throughout Bangkok. Take a look at Ratchada or Silom to try some of the best seafood in Bangkok especially the famous curry crab.
Note that there are some “Somboon” fake restaurants operating in Bangkok, they work with taxi drivers to trick tourists into eating. Check Somboon Seafood’s website before booking to make sure you have the right address.
Sabai Jai Gai Yang
This Thai BBQ restaurant, located on Sukhumvit Soi 63, attracts local residents every evening with its excellent BBQ chicken. Here you can enjoy the classic dishes of Isaan as well as a variety of other attractive Thai dishes.
The Phuket town of Soi Thonglor offers a variety of Southern Thai curries, snacks and fast food. Set in a charming class even you are not in Phuket.
Chain of food outlets in Bangkok
Siam Paragon Supermarket
Bangkok’s shopping malls may not be as well known for their food as street food, but the intriguing array of eateries within Siam Paragon can not be ignored. This vast array of gourmet food outlets offers a variety of booths serving Thai, Malaysian, Chinese and Japanese cuisines at affordable prices.
Platinum Food Center – Fashion
Platinum Fashion Mall is more famous for its clothing than for food, but the 6th Floor Food Center is a great place to sample Thai street food in a cool space. Like the array of food outlets inside Siam Paragon, here also use the card system, when you need to use, you will swipe cards at each booth.
Pier 21 Restaurant (Terminal 21)
Opened in 2011, Terminal 21 is one of Bangkok’s most unique shopping malls. On the upper floors, you will find a range of restaurants and one of Bangkok’s tempting gastronomy areas with lots of delicious Thai food for 25 baht.
MBK Food Center
Newly renovated recently, the food court of MBK Center is no longer as chaotic as before. You will enjoy many delicious Thai food at very cheap prices here.
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