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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular restaurants in Bangkok?

Snigdha Jain Feb 11 2013
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All vegans and vegetarians should visit the May Kaidee restaurant in Bangkok. They have 3 branches and a must visit.

You can read more on it at http://getsetandgo.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/a-lunch-date-with-may-kaidee/

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Here’s some good news for the travellers: Bangkok has a humongous variety of food options for the veggie lovers and the meat eaters. Of course you’ll find an array of cuisines in the epicurean chaotic capital! Although every nook and cranny of Bangkok has plentiful eating options, here are a handful to make your search easy:

  • Blue Elephant

    This international chain of restaurants serves authentic
    Thai cuisine, delighting the world with its delicacies. Walk into Blue Elephant for a culinary experience fit for royalty, complete with lip smacking food and efficient service. Must Try: Pumpkin Stalks and Duck. Your food will be given such a delightful presentation, you will just want to sit and stare. But then again, you are going to eat for your life once the first bite is down! If you fall in love with Thai cuisine here, don the chef’s hat and learn authentic cooking at the Blue Elephant Cooking School!

    Eating here will cost you upwards of 900 Baht.

    Address: 233, Th Sathon Tai
    Bangkok,
    Thailand
    Telephone:  +66-2-6739353
    Official Website:
    http://www.blueelephant.com/bangkok/

  • Face

    If you are a large group and can't zero in on one cuisine for a meal, head to Face, a restaurant complex housing three restaurants and serving Thai, Japanese and North Indian Frontier cuisine. The place is packed on weekends, it might be a good idea to get a reservation! The multi level teak home  adorned with antiques set in an exoctic tropical garden and intimate dining spaces make it the perfect place for a special dinner with your  loved ones. Don't forget to try Pomelo Salad, Deep Fried Whole Sea Bass and Garlic Prawns when here!

    Eating here can be pricey and will dent you by 1500 Baht or more.

    Address: 29
    Sukhumvit Road Soi 38
    Prakanong Klongtoey
    Bangkok
    1011
    0
    Thailand
    Telephone: +66-2-7136048, experience says its a good idea to call and reserve!

  • Bourbon Street Bar & Restaurant

    Serving Creole and Mexican food, this is a good place to head to if you love experimenting with your food! The owner has his own Crayfish Farm and has even written a book on spicy Thai food. Head here for a culinary adventure which is one of its kinds! It is claimed that there is no single item on the menu here which is not appreciated by the restaurant's patrons. Do try the Beef Brisquuet, Carrott Cake and Ribs here.

    A meal here will cost you about 900 Baht.

    Address: 9/39-40 Soi Tana Arcade
    Sukhumvit 63 Road
    Bangkok
    10110
    Thailand
    Telephone:+66-2-3816801


  • Koko Restaurant


Once you enter Koko restaurant, you just can’t complain, for they have got one of the most dedicated, exclusive vegetarian menus that you can have in the whole vicinity. Lovers of vegetarian food flock to the place for tofu dishes and the best of curries, and they have much more than just
Thai curries.

Timings:  11 am to 9 pm

Address: 262/2 Soi Siam Square Soi 3
Rama 1 Road
Pathum Wan
Bangkok
10330
Thailand
Telephone: +66-2-26584094


  • Mashoor

    If this quaint looking place has you doubting its food, think again. It comes as a surprise to many, luring wanderers to its precincts by the aroma that it sends around. Dan Bahadu, a food guru from Nepal runs this place, doling out the ever so exclusive laphet thoke (the tea leaf salad of Burma). Mashoor offers a delectable mix of Indian and Nepalese cuisine that tastes notches above than any vegetarian stuff you might have tasted around here. You can also get a meat-free thali here!

You can have main course for a person for somewhere between 60 Baht to 150 Baht.


Timings: 9 am to 9 pm

Address: 38 Pan  

Bang Rak

10500

Thailand

Telephone: +66-02-22349305

A perfect holiday in Bangkok cannot end without relishing the luscious food of the land. Bangkok has numerous restaurants that offers food that you can never forget in your life. Just get your tickets and embark on a food-a-thon, when in Bangkok!

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