Bangkok Restaurants

There’s thousands of Bangkok restaurants to choose from – not only countless Thai dining establishments, where you can eat for less than 100 THB, but a broad choice of first-rate international restaurants too. Costs for international cuisine at these Bangkok restaurants is usually high by Thai standards, but low-cost by global standards – with a good quality meal unlikely to cost more than 300 THB, although there are a growing number of high end dining establishments (mainly in hotels) where you can easily spend much more than this.

Sukhumvit, without a doubt has the very best choice of Bangkok restaurants, though prices have the tendency to be high. Almost every worldwide cuisine is represented here, be it French, Lebanese, Mexican, Vietnamese, or fusion integrating much of these together in an eccentric, but tasty mix. Bangkok’s Italian town is Soi Ton Son near Siam Square. Of course, for those on a budget plan, street side dining restaurants are plentiful, with basic Thai dishes costing around 50 THB. There are specifically plenty of budget style Bangkok restaurants in the Khao San Road area.

Vegetarian

There are plenty of vegetarian Bangkok restaurants in the more tourist-friendly parts of town – specifically in the district of Khao San Road. Thai vegetarian food is one of the tastiest and most versatile in Asia, providing a huge variety of salads, soups, curries, seafood and delicious deserts, infused with an amazing series of spices. Bangkok restaurants really are a food lover’s paradise – offering the best in Thai dining, while vegetarian food from virtually each country worldwide is never too far away.

High-Rise Dining

High-rise Bangkok restaurants are provide a high end dining experience with stunning views of the city. But perched 61 floors above the city on the roof of the glamorous Banyan Tree Hotel is Vertigo Restaurant. Enjoy the gentle breeze at your table while overlooking the cities skyline. Dine alfresco at the stylish and advanced rooftop, outdoor grill and bar, the first of its kind in Asia. Open throughout the week, you can enjoy a dining experience with a difference. For more information and to make a table reservation at the Vertigo Restaurant, click here.

River Cruise Dining

Another option for dining in Bangkok is to take a dining river cruise. Some offer Thai set menus and other are buffet style – all represent the very best of what Thai food has to offer. The selection of dishes will please even the taste of the most discerned tourist where an ideal mix of scents and flavours are served in an intimate setting. As you sail upstream of the Chao Phraya River, numerous famous landmarks will be magnificently illuminated. From the enforcing Temple of Dawn, Grand Palace and Royal Barges Boat House, to striking bridges, glittering temples and other splendid landmarks – with vivid images of standard Thai river life unfolding between. Click here for more information about the best dinner cruises in Bangkok.