Tired of Thai Food? These Bangkok Hotels Will Sate Your International Appetite

Paul Feinstein | December 27, 2017

Bangkok is an incredible international city with thousands of ex-patriots from all over the world. And with that influx of foreign influence comes a bevy of global cuisine choices. There are endless Japanese, Italian, Indian, and French restaurants strewn throughout the metropolis and new establishments pop up almost daily. So, if you’re tired of Thai food, it’s time to dig into some of Bangkok’s best international fare at hotels around the city. These are the best hotels with great restaurants in Bangkok.



Why it made the list

If you’re jones’n for Chinese food, you can’t go wrong at Mei Jiang inside the Peninsula Hotel. Known city-wide for its delectable Cantonese cuisine, Mei Jiang is an oft-award winning spot that’s open for lunch and dinner.

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Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Why it made the list

One of the most unique eating opportunities in Bangkok is the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s Dining in the Dark. Inside one of the hotel’s bars, you’ll be met by visually impaired servers who guide you seamlessly to your table in pitch blackness. The menu is a mix of international flavors and proceeds are donated to visually impaired charities.

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JW Marriott Bangkok

Why it made the list

New York Steakhouse is the signature restaurant at this high-end Marriott hotel. And for good reason--here you can get meticulous cuts of meat like U.S. Prime, Australian grass fed, and Kobe beef from Japan. There are also endless seafood options and sides. You will not leave here with an empty stomach.

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Shangri-La Hotel

Why it made the list

One of the out-in-the-open secrets of Bangkok’s five-star hotels is their unbeatable breakfast buffets. And the best of the best of them happens to be NEXT2 Café at the Shangri-La. Here, guests will find cuisine from all parts of the world with endless fresh fruits, made-to-order dishes, perfectly baked breads, and any type of breakfast cuisine you can imagine.

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The St. Regis Bangkok

Why it made the list

This hotel is frequented by heads of state, foreign dignitaries, and royal families, and the cuisine is good enough for all of them. Like the Anantara, here you’ll find perfect pastas at Jojo (Italian) and the freshest of fish at Zuma (Japanese).

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Anantara Siam Bangkok

Why it made the list

This hotel is where Bangkok’s HiSo (high society) peeps come to eat, drink, and play. And for good reason since there are two stellar dining spots with Biscotti for spaghetti slurpers and Shintaro for sushi specialists.

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Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit

Why it made the list

Inside this nondescript hotel is one of the finest Indian restaurants in Bangkok (and that’s saying a lot since there are hundreds of options!). But Punjab Grill is an award-winning Punjabi restaurant with innovative Indian delicacies in a chic and refined space.

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Hotel Muse Bangkok

Why it made the list

For a very cool dining experience, head into the basement of Hotel Muse where you’ll find Medici Kitchen & Bar that serves Abruzzo Italian cuisine and features nightly opera singers. Whatever you do, don’t miss out on the homemade pappardelle dipped into a flaming cheese wheel for a creamy delight you’ll never forget.

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Tower Club at Lebua

Why it made the list

Soaring over the city and unmistakable by its glowing gold-topped dome, Lebua is home to a variety of restaurants and bars. And if you’re craving some Mediterranean cuisine, you can’t go wrong with Sirocco, a romantic rooftop spot with rare cuts of Angus beef and braised veal with risotto and black truffles.

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Why it made the list

The Mandarin Oriental is one of the most refined establishments in the city. And with that refinement comes a level of dining that’s unmatched across the city. The best of the best inside these hallowed halls is Le Normandie, a high-end French restaurant that is certain to be at the top of the city’s upcoming Michelin Guide.

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