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The Best Thai Restaurants In Bangkok
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The Best Thai Restaurants In Bangkok

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Updated: 9 February 2017
You’ll never go hungry in Thailand‘s capital, Bangkok. From street food to international chains to high-end restaurants, the city has a wide range of tastes. We pick some of the best places for a memorable meal here.
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Issaya Siamese Club

Sitting in a 100-year-old villa, which has been renovated and redecorated to a beautiful standard, visitors can enjoy one of the best Thai meals here in Bangkok. The service at the Issaya Siamese Club is impeccable and the staff are well-trained and very happy to give advice about the food or to offer explanations. The tasting menu is excellent and filling and covers Thai food interpreted by their famous chef.

Chuea Phloeng Road, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 2 672 9040

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Sala rim Naam

Hop aboard a ferry to get to this magical restaurant, named Sala rim Naam. Here, guests can dive into one of their delicious tasting menus filled with seasonal Thai food that are incredibly well presented. The food is absolutely authentic and they use first-class fresh ingredients. At Sala rim Naam, they even make their own coconut milk for their curry. Besides all the delicious food, the restaurant puts on a show with traditional Thai dancers.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 48 Oriental Ave, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 2 437 3080

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Although it is difficult to find, Tealicious is worth hunting down. This restaurant serves delicious and authentic Thai food for really low prices. You have to book a table in advance as the restaurant is hugely popular with lots of walk-ins. With so much variety on the menu, once you have a meal there, you’ll want to go back everyday.

492 Trok To, Soi Charoen Krung 49, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 2 630 7710

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Bo Lan

Enter through a beautiful courtyard decorated with an authentic Thai flair; this restaurant is sure to put you in a romantic mood. The staff can speak both English and Thai and are very welcoming. There is a great variety of food where the chef has perfected the art of mixing color, flavor, texture and aroma. The presentation is beautiful and the speed of the meals allows diners to relax between courses. If you are looking to dine in an old, traditional Thai setting, Bo Lan is the place to be.

24 Sukhumvit 53 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 2 260 2961

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Le Du

Le Du is one of the most beautiful Thai restaurants in the city. The lunch is reasonably priced and quite quick, while the staff are incredibly helpful and are happy to explain all the unfamiliar terms in the menu. Keep in mind that the food is a Thai fusion so expect it to be very western as well. This is a great date spot as the entire atmosphere is lovely and very romantic.

399/3 Soi Silom 5, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 0 929 199 969