Top Restaurants on Sathorn and Silom
Joel Robuchon’s dining concept for “L’ Atelier” is a professional interaction between chefs and diners. Exquisite food and best restaurant to eat truffles in Bangkok if not in Asia. Excellent wine
Renowned Australian Executive Chef David Thompson serves strong and fresh flavoured authentic Thai dishes. Must try: coconut and oxtail soup with red shallots, the panang curry of Wagyu beef with
Issaya’s serves modern Thai food in an artful unique ambiance. The restaurant, in an historical 100-year-old Thai villa, is set in beautiful tropical gardens from where Chef Ian Kittichai plucks some of
Three Michelin Star Chef Jean-Michel Lorain brought his winning recipes from Burgundy to Bangkok. An absolute must are the Pan-seared scallops served with Ibérico lomo, Jerusalem artichokes and
A menu that matches ambition with creativity, fun, and beautiful flavors. The 126-year-old house on Sathorn was at one point the Russian embassy: now it’s a destination for those seeking a unique culinary experience.
Set in a beautiful home, it delivers polished service and an approachable a la carte menu with a touch of creativity.
Bunker is a place where simplicity, quality, and attentive care come together to provide an enjoying dinning experience. Flavors are inspired by the culinary landscape of modern day metropolitan American cities like LA, SF, and NYC.
Eat Me is an award-winning restaurant in Bangkok known for its Modern-International-Regional fusion food, and arty-cool vibes and includes and art gallery. The restaurant is a deliciously hidden oasis of cool ambiance, diligent service and taste dynamics.
Sirocco located on the 63th floor of State Tower, serves exquisite, refined Mediterranean cuisine and some of the most creative cocktails we’ve seen in Thailand.
Pure, traditional Italian recipes with unparalleled creative flair, a veritable culinary tour de force that captures the essence of contemporary Italian dining. The new La Scala brings innovative