These are the restaurants/diners I planned to take a visit. Ones with short reviews are some restaurants that I guaranteed for its quality.
- Sanguan Sri (Google Maps)
Sanguan Sri is obviously a good choice if you don’t mind about a somewhat “loud” dining environment. The number of office workers can simply gurantee the quality of this time-proven restaurant.
Dish to try: Khao Shae (ข้าวแช่)
- Ma Maison (Google Maps)
Ma Maison, although is a French name, but is a lovely Thai restaurant located in Nai Lert Heritage Park. Obviously, this is a fine dining experiment in a green-surrounded environment.
Dish to try: Kang Khee Lek (แกงขี้เหล็ก)
- Chang Xing Noodle Soup (Google Maps)
- Hong Teong Long (Google Maps)
Dish to try: Xialong Bao
- Gokfayuen (Google Maps)
If Gokfayuen had been at Siam, it’d have been my frequent visit restaurant.They serve amazing crisp, angle-hair Hong Kong style noodles. Their soup’s got an amazing flavour, and I bet this is one of the best noodle you can have in Thailand.
Gokfayuen now serves at EmQuartier. Will be soon my frequent visit.
Dish to try: More of their noodles (maybe dried ones.)
- Nippon Tei (Google Maps)
One of the very good Japanese restaurant in Bangkok, close to downtown district of Siam and Chit Lom.
Dish to try: Set Lunch of the Day (served at 11:30 on weekdays.)
- Ramen Tei (Website)
Dish to try: Salt Ramen
- Misawa Ramen (Facebook Page)
- La Vie, VIE Hotel Bangkok (Google Maps)
Dish to try: 590THB Set Lunch
- L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Google Maps)
Dish to try: 1099THB Set Lunch
- La Dotta (Google Maps)
Dish to try: One of their pasta dish.