A cosmopolitan city, Thailand’s capital is home to some of the world’s best restaurants; an eclectic and exciting mix of International gourmet foods and indigenous menus of appetising delights, served with world-renown Thai hospitality. Dining experiences in Bangkok always promise service with a smile! Here are our Top 5 best restaurants in Bangkok for your next holiday getaway in the city.
Bangkok’s Top 5 Restaurants you want a reservation at
Voted one of the top restaurants in the world, and No 1 in Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants in 2015, Gaggan bridges the culinary divide between East and West with innovative, molecular cuisine; classic Indian cooking reinvented with state-of-the-art techniques; an exciting culinary adventure. Gaggan is set in a beautiful, white-washed walled colonial house with small romantic dining areas and bigger spaces for a perfect family holiday meal in elegant, evocative surroundings. The owner is renowned for cooking for former president, Bill Clinton and learnt his skills at elBulli in Spain, just about one of the most famous restaurants in the world.
Nahm serves up century-old recipes of authentic Thai cuisine. The creation of Aussie-born David Thompson, who set up the only Thai restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star, in London, the dishes are wonderfully balanced with indigenous flavours; a subtle yet robust blend of spicy, sour, sweet and salty. The menu has flashes of innovation, enhancing the traditional Thai food at this must-visit restaurant.
The sister restaurant to a Thai eatery in Denmark which was the only the second in the world to receive a Michelin star for Thai cuisine, Sra Bua is a master of culinary deconstruction. Traditional Thai dishes are recreated with refreshingly modern flair to create a visually stunning menu of dramatically presented dishes, in a classically opulent setting; a culinary journey of theatre and magic.
Complex, sophisticated layers of authentic Thai flavours; Bo.lan promises to take diners through the culinary culture of Thailand, with bold dishes that embrace all the rich ingredients of Thai cuisine and offer a truly authentic dining experience. Set in a converted house, with warm, dark woods and touches of retro, vintage style, Bo.lam grows many vegetables on site and takes an eco-friendly, local community approach to its indigenous Thai menu.
Set in a stunning 1920s house, Issaya Siamese Club is headed by celebrated chef, Ian Kittichai, who blends Thai ingredients from his own organic garden with an expressive Western twist from his experience in the US and Europe. Old Siam meets modern-day style to create a chic, charming menu that is wonderfully unique and incredibly impressive.
Why not stay at our Club Resort Anantara Bangkok Sathorn, a luxury resort right by many of the city’s fine restaurants and exciting eateries.