Bangkok is a vibrant and beautiful city with some of the most delicious restaurants in the world. From Thai food to international cuisines, Bangkok just doesn’t disappoint. If you are after some French cuisine, we have compiled a list of the best places to head to in Thailand‘s capital.
L’Atelier De Joel
At L’Atelier de Joel, Chef Robuchon has created a highly interactive atmosphere between the chefs and his guests, allowing chefs to better craft their food to the likes and tastes of their customers. The atmosphere is incredibly relaxing and enjoyable as diners are seated around the open kitchen watching chefs experiment and create great gastronomic masterpieces. Sit back and let your chef do all the thinking with one of their exquisite tasting menus or go à la carte to go down the safer route. Either way, guests will not be disappointed.
5F MahaNakhon CUBE, 96 Narathiwas Ratchanakharin Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 2 001 0698
Step into the cozy ambiance at La Table de Tee and experience a delicious French and Thai fusion. The restaurant is quite small, which creates a private dining atmosphere. The food is spectacular and the risotto comes highly recommended, though they change their menus weekly so be prepared to be pleasantly surprised. Expect grand dishes that are beautifully presented using only local ingredients to sculpt the creative French cuisine. The service is warm, friendly and always happy to help.
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