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Thailand is throwing its hat in the fine-dining ring with the arrival of the Michelin guide, making it more attractive to discerning, high-spending tourists and business travellers 

Food has long been a major component of Bangkok’s appeal to tourists and locals alike, but for many years this meant the dizzying variety of eats available from street stalls and humble shop houses throughout the city. The flash and sizzle of the wok, the pungent hit of chilli and shallot, were as much a part of the Bangkok experience as Chang T-shirts and traffic jams. These days it’s possible to pick up a decent pad krapow or tom yam in most major cities in the world but few would argue that they can beat what you get in Thailand.

By Wanida Tardivel & Luxury Society Asia Team 

Tofu proves to have many health benefits including reducing the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes. A great source of protein, calcium and iron, tofu is also low in calories, saturated fats and contains no cholesterol making it a popular replacement for meat products in vegetarian and vegan diets. Many people don’t value the merits of Tofu and ignore its benefits or see it as an average tasteless meal. You may have to open your mind to a new Tofu experience at Mihara Tofuten Bangkok.

The restaurant entrance features open wall that lead into a small Zen garden before you enter main restaurant. this reflects the modern minimalist style of the place.  Mihara Tofuten Bangkok is Gaggan Anand’s new venture with his good friend Goh Fukuyama, whose fine dining restaurant, La Maison de La Nature Goh, ranked in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant list. Read more 

Saawaan means “Heaven”, to me this place is heaven on earth. This is the kitchen theatre of chef Sujira Pongmorn(Chef Aom is what people called her by short) and her crews used to modernize and innovate the modern Thai authentic cuisine for their diners.

A new Thai fine dining with the progressive twists, Saawaan sets on main road Suan Plu Soi 2 , a little alley of Sathorn Road, one of the main Bangkok’s central business districts in Bangkok, Thailand. Read more 

OCKEN -A top notch new dining experience with fun hosts in Sathorn. Discover a crowd of fun, young, local thais and expats with couples, group of friends….in a vibrant and chic casual settings.

The food is inspired by owner’s memories, travel experiences and cultures, both near and afar. A casual chic dining experience with every plate full of flavors, stories and delights for the eyes and palate. Read more

Eat Me was opened by brother and sister team Darren and Cherie Hausler in May 1998 and has thrived amongst the competitive central Bangkok restaurants. A perfect restaurant to spend your time to enjoy gastronomical innovations, sip wine and view arts with friends or business partners.

Under supervision Tim Butler, head chef and co-owner of the restaurant has create modern international cuisine that is influenced by Asian especially Japanese, tastes and styles. The dishes are product driven with top quality ingredients sourced with sustainability in mind from around the world. The cuisine is essentially Tim’s, and has evolved in a distinctive manner since he joined the team in 2010 which resulted in the restaurant being listed in “Michelin Plate” in Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018, Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants from 2013 to 2018.  Read more 

Bunker is New American restaurant in Bangkok for the social pleasure of dining out with friends and loved ones. New American cuisine takes themes and techniques from the multicultural, metropolitan cities of America and adds exotic ingredients from just about anywhere. Bunker is in appearance very much like its name, with a scorched concrete exterior that looks like it has just taken a direct hit, and a recessed doorway that leads into an interior of raw concrete beams and distressed concrete walls.  Bunker is a place of secure refuge from a harsh world outside, and once within you are amongst good friends and generous hospitality. Read more 

Cochon Blanc means “White Pig” in English. Located on Sukhumvit Soi 31, Le Cochon Blanc serves a creative menu by Chef Chandler Schultz with not only an American inspiration like the crab cakes, BBQ ribs or chowder but also a French touch with mussels pot, homemade pate, beef tartar and some great vegan dishes. The cold cuts are imported directly from France and the sausages are made from the best ingredients by French sausages maker Emmanuel Chavassieux. US-style smokehouse using pine wood for grilled meats, seafood and more.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand is a destination restaurant for diners to enjoy Japanese “Kaiseki” cuisine,   a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The term also refers to the collection of skills and techniques that allow the preparation of such meals and is analogous to Western haute cuisine. Located in Thonglor Soi 8,  the hospitality with relief and trust and served 300,000 groups since the establishment 80 years ago in Ginza. Read more 

Canvas opened its door to local foodies about a year ago, this was my first visit. It has been recommended by many of my colleagues so could not miss it any longer…

“Ingredients that are very interesting to me in new ways , the inspiration for the menu overall is to give guests a full experience, a variety of textures, colors, flavors, and techniques represented. It’s all about the ingredients” Read more 

Karmakamet Conveyance At Lhong 1919 

This one-of-a-kind culinary experience brings food and history together at Lhong 1919, a heritage venue founded in 1850 with the modernisation of Siam liberalisation of foreign trade as a steamship terminal on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Read more 

What makes Urbani Truffle Bar & Restaurant’s cuisine so unique and special? From world’s leading Italian Truffles business leader to restaurant in Bangkok. Everything you want to know from restaurant designs, food concept, services and more!

Urbani means truffle, is the fabulous Italian truffles that Urbani family directly imported from Italy. The Restaurant area inspired by the elegant Italian style, sophisticated by stylish fine dining and decorated by vintage made in Italy furniture. Read more 

Jamie’s Italian is all about beautifully sourced ingredients and simply cooked Italian comfort food. The restaurant was founded by Jamie Oliverand his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo. The restaurant is perfect place for catch up with friends for lunch or dinner, casual food sharing, as well as comforting bowls of pasta, beautiful fresh salads and grills.

The restaurant known for its casual Italian fare, is located in Siam Discovery Bangkok. Jamie’s Italian is updating its popular lunch and dinner sets and weekend roast with brand new health-focused options. Read more 

One of newest destination restaurants in Bangkok, adjacent to BTS Phrom Phong Station. The first Akira Back restaurant in Thailand opened the door to Bangkok foodies  in early 2018. Founded by Akira Back, the award-winning Korean-born, American-raised chef redefines Asian cuisine with a new experience. A dramatic hidden on 37th floor that takes diners on a culinary and sensory journey. The restaurant led by Chef:Chef Yoon , Chef William, Chef Anang and their service team promised to make your night with “WOW” experience. Read more 

Tenshino opens the door for foodies to experience Japanese innovative cuisine, celebrating the diversity and seasonality of the produce. Japanese chef creates contemporary dishes with respect for traditional Japanese techniques and culinary heritage.  Designed with a French bistro and the Japanese tradition for natural materials and textiles in mind, Tenshino features a rich design scheme with bold colours and at times quirky elements to create excitement and a hint of surprise. The restaurant is divided into five main sections, each with slightly different aesthetic. Read more 

We will continue to update the list, please stay tune!

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