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6 Bangkok restaurants you should not miss!

Take a big bite of Bangkok’s world-famous restaurant scene. Together with Chope, we have searched high and low to give you 10 restaurants you should not miss when you visit the land of smiles!

1. Paste Bangkok

Helmed by famed Thai chef Bee Satongun, Paste Bangkok has gained the reputation of putting creative twists on traditional Thai dishes. Chef Bee Satongun’s philosophy of preserving 80 percent of the traditional Thai techniques while innovating on the rest is the reason behind the restaurant’s one Michelin star. Most of the items on the menu are twists on traditional favourites. The 12 Hours Braised Australian Beef Rib is perfect for diners who prefer full-bodied tastes. For those who prefer something a little more traditional, the Old Style Hot and Sour Soup is the way to go. Made with crispy pork leg, char-grilled shallots, and jackfruit seeds, this dish is best enjoyed steaming hot.

Address:   999 Phloen Chit Rd, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours: Monday – Friday, 12pm-2pm / 6.30pm – 11pm

2. Above Eleven

Another addition to the Bangkok restaurant scene is Above Eleven. Nestled on the roof of Fraser Suites, this hip Peruvian-Japanese fusion restaurant is nothing short of amazing. Expect traditional Peruvian food such as the Above Eleven Cebiche, filled to the brim with seafood such as prawns and deep fried calamari, and Beef Heart Anticucho, a Peruvian inspired yakitori. If you’re just looking for a tipple, make sure you check out its extensive drink offerings which you can enjoy while soaking in the beautiful Bangkok skyline.

Reserve a table at Above Eleven for a one-of-a-kind dining experience!

Address: Fraser Suites Sukhumvit, Soi Sukhumvit 11, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: Mon – Fri, 6pm – 2am

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3. Ginza Sushi Ichi

This 1 Michelin star restaurant has been delighting its diners with its fresh sushi crafted by the masterful hands of Ginza Sushi Ichi’s chefs. All the seafood served at this restaurant is sourced directly from Tokyo’s famed Tsukiji Market. Hence, you can rest assured that you’re getting the freshest and the best. During your meal, you’ll be treated to the sight of the master chefs delicately preparing your sushi with fish such as Salmon to and Anago. Given its popularity, this restaurant does not accept any walk-ins. However, Chope has made it easier for you to experience a Michelin star meal as it is the Official Reservations Partners for Michelin.

Reserve a table at Ginza Sushi Ichi for an unforgettable Michelin-starred experience.

Address:   494 Grand Hyatt Erawan LG Fl, Ploenchit Rd Bangkok, Thailand

Operating Hours: Tue – Sat, 12pm – 2.30pm / 6pm-11pm
Sun – 12pm – 2.30pm / 6pm – 10pm
Mon – Closed

4. Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery

The charmingly chic rustic decor and tantalising food are the reasons why Cocotte Farm Roast and Winery is a favourite among foodies. Ingredients sourced from farmers are passed straight into the competent hands of the chefs. Each supplier is even featured on the walls of the restaurant. Indulge in their signatures such as The Farmer ‘Egg Cocotte’, which features an organic duck egg cooked at a precise 64 degrees, duck rillettes, and parmesan foam. The perfectly cooked Half Farmer Chicken from the rotisserie or the Tomahawk Australian Wagyu will please the meat-lovers. If you’re looking for food that taps on the best local produce while serving hearty and homely food, this is not one to miss!

Reserve a table at Cocotte Farm Roast and Winery for a rustic meal.

Address: G/F, 39 Boulevard Sukhumvit Soi 39 Khlong Tan Nuea Bangkok Thailand

Operating Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 2.30pm / 6pm-12:30am
Fri – Sun – 11am – 2.30pm / 5pm – 12:20pm

5. Le Boeuf Langsuan

With its generous use of dark wood, rich marron fabric, leather, and brass in its decor, you’d be forgiven if you thought that you were dining at a restaurant in Paris. Le Boeuf Langsuan only focuses on one dish – Steak and Fries. Accompanied by unlimited amounts of golden brown fries and smothered by its legendary green sauce, a meal here will leave you salivating for more. Cap off the meal with the delightfully fluffy and light Mont Blanc, a dessert of pureed, sweetened chestnuts topped with whipped cream.

Reserve a table at Le Boeuf Langsuan and prepare yourself for the meat sweats!

Address:   G/F, Marriott Mayfair Hotel 60 Langsuan Lumpini Pathumwan Bangkok, Thailand

Operating Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 2.30pm / 6pm-12:30am
Fri – Sun – 11am – 2.30pm / 5pm – 12:20pm

6. Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin

Located at the glitzy Siam Kempinski Hotel, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin has been highly regarded among foodies for marrying Thai-inspired modern cuisine with Western cooking techniques. Chef Henrik Yde-Andersen takes the reins here with his small but carefully curated menu that boasts artfully plated dishes fit for the gram. Expect dishes such as Foie Gras served on a bed of ginger and plum wine foam and a delicate Maine Lobster Salad, paired with red curry flavours and a sprinkling of edible flowers and herbs. The beauty in the presentation of the food extends to the restaurant decor as well. With expansive wood-panelling and violet-hued furniture, a visit to the restaurant will be a treat for the senses

Reserve a table at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin for a meal fit for a king!

Address: Lobby/F, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok 991/9 Rama 1 Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Operating Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am – 2.30pm / 6pm-12:30am
Fri – Sun – 11am – 2.30pm / 5pm – 12:20pm

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