Chinatown’s streets are lined with seafood over melting ice. If hungry patrons don’t want to cook these items themselves, there are plenty of street-side vendors cooking up whatever it is they have on display. While the cleanliness of it all is questionable, visitors of Chinatown in Bangkok will certainly experience an authentic, traditional meal at any one of the food stalls located there; all you have to do is pull up a plastic stool, chow down and enjoy.
Laemgate Infinite has over 30 years of experience when it comes to cooking the most delicious seafood cuisine. This buffet just recently relocated to the second floor of the SJ Infinite Tower, and its new interior design will have even the hungriest of guests stopping in awe. The design of the restaurant is changed every six months, and the current theme is ‘Dancing Ocean.’ The ceiling is lined with white flowers and green foliage with contrasting red accents in the surrounding furniture. Serving up both lunch and dinner, seafood lovers should not miss out on this delicious buffet that starts at ฿666.
With a slogan like, ‘if it swims we have it,’ it is no wonder the Seafood Market makes one of the top destinations to chow down on some fresh seafood. Try a dish from its recommended menu, including its stir-fried crab with curry and tum yum kung (spicy shrimp soup). Speedy service in combination with the delicious cuisine makes this one of the most popular restaurants in Bangkok. This food court can seat more than your average restaurant, so bring your friends and your appetite to this delicious seafood spot.