Best Restaurants: Thai culture has a rich heritage of delicious food. Moving away from the omnipresent pad thai noodles popular abroad, the restaurants of Thailand celebrate hot and spicy flavors, tempered by refreshing beverages. The emphasis on flavor has made Thailand a top destination for food lovers. The best restaurants in the country offer both local and international cuisine.
Banyan Tree Bangkok - Vertigo
A must-see on every Bangkok travel itinerary, Vertigo is unlike any other bar-cum-restaurant in the world: some 61 floors above the streets of Bangkok, this open-air rooftop lounge gives true meaning to the word 'vertigo' as it grants views that simply take your breath away. Stylish, sophisticated and reaching for the clouds, there is no better place for a romantic t?te-?-t?te, glamorous cocktail party or fashion launch than this. Indulge in a variety of western-style fresh grilled seafood and premium steaks, champagne and a wide selection of cocktails, wines-by-the-glass and non-alcoholic drinks.
Ma Maison - Swissotel Bangkok
Ma Maison, a signature restaurant, offers Mediterranean cuisine
complemented by unobtrusive service and impeccable décor, a truly
incredible culinary experience.
Dusit Thani Bangkok - The Mayflower
With its flavourful a la carte menu and special daily set menus, this outstanding Chinese restaurant is the number one choice for Cantonese cuisine lovers.
Boasting a luxurious interior in which European design is enhanced by Chinese antiques, The Mayflower is widely regarded as being one of Bangkok's finest Chinese restaurants.
The Sukhothai Bangkok- Colonnade
Colonnade all-day dining restaurant is all things to all people. Amid an ambiance of casual elegance, epicures can enjoy live cooking, oyster shucking and sushi-making during the day. A la carte dinner specialties include international fare, comfort foods, Asian & Japanese sections as well as the freshest seafood and meats cooked to perfection. Evenings are incredibly special - through tall windows, diners have a glimpse of the serene splendour of a bygone age reflected in the lighted water garden with its replica stupas. Sunday Brunch at Colonnade is legendary - it is a gastronomic feast fit for a king, featuring only the freshest and best culinary delights.
Liu at Conrad Bangkok
A neo-classic Chinese restaurant that blends the culture, traditions and cuisines of old China, including Cantonese, Shanghainese and Sichuan dishes, with new and contemporary interpretations. Liu is very popular for Dim Sum lunches, so reservations are highly recommended.
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