6 Bangkok Restaurants for Your Consideration

There’s definitely no shortage of dining options in Bangkok. You can choose to eat in roadside noodle stalls, enjoy seafood at a local restaurant, or enjoy fine dining food in an exquisite hotel. Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed. These are just some of the recommended Bangkok restaurants:

Aalto Kitchen – located along Silom, this restaurant serves authentic and popular dishes of Scandinavian cuisine. Some of their best dishes include beef meatballs, smorgas or the Danish open sandwich, Karelian pies and Finnish-styled pancakes. Other Thai and Finnish dishes are also available at affordable prices. The restaurant has a simple but stylish style and laidback atmosphere. It also has a bar that features an array of quality imported beverages.

Beirut Restaurant – located near Silom Soi 4, this Lebanese-run dining place serves excellent Middle East classic dishes at very affordable prices. Some of their popular dishes include Greek salad, lamb barbecue, chicken shawarmas, and all kinds of kebabs. Their main dishes are usually served with rice, potatoes, and some dipping sauces.

Another Hound – located in Siam, this fast and efficient cafe serves a selection of Thai food, pasta, sandwiches, and some Western favorite meals. All foods are reasonably priced with generous servings. They also have a great choice of beers, wine, and cocktails.

Lan Som Tam Nua or Som Tam Paradise – located in the heart of Bangkok, this Isaan restaurant serves traditional dishes from the Northeast part of the country just like som tam lao or the raw and spicy papaya salad, laab moo or the spicy pork salad, and khao naiouw or the stick rice. Most of their dishes here tend to be very spicy, so it is better to tell the server ahead of time that you do not prefer spicy food.

Arawy – this Old City Bangkok restaurant is a Thai vegetarian dining place located at the opposite side of the City Hall. Vegetarians will definitely love the many choices of vegetable stir fried dishes. They make meat lookalike meals made from tofu which are really tasty. Other popular dishes here include broccoli cooked in oyster sauce and kao pad jay or the vegetarian fried rice.

In Love – this Bangkok old city restaurant was formerly named Chon-Ngern or Silver Spoon. This restaurant is a romantic venue and offers views of the Chao Phraya river and the Rama VII Bridge. Their specialty dishes here include plaa kraphong neung manao or the steamed sea bass.