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The 10 Best Hotel Restaurants in Bangkok

Paul Feinstein | December 27, 2017

There’s a reason why the Michelin Guide decided to review Bangkok restaurants in 2017. The city has gone through a food renaissance and its hotels have become bastions of foodie delights. Here are some of the city’s best hotel restaurants (and no, it’s not all Thai food).


Grand Hyatt Erawan

Why it made the list

With a rather large Japanese ex-pat community, it’s not hard to find great sushi in Bangkok. One of the top-rated spots happens to be Ginza Sushi-Ichi inside the Grand Hyatt Erawan. Fresh seafood is flown in daily from Japan and their omakase menu options are chock-full of perfect cuts of fatty fish.

Grand is apropos as this 400-room hotel provides the lap of Read More


Siam Kempinski

Why it made the list

Is it sacrilege to say that the best Thai restaurant in Bangkok is helmed by a Dane who received a Michelin Star for his sister Thai spot in Denmark? Well, you can call it blasphemous all you want, but Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin from chef Henrik Yde Anderson has no equal and it would be sacrilegious to pass it up.

The palatial Siam Kempinski combines sheer elegance with the Read More


COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

Why it made the list

Often voted as one of the 50 best restaurants in Asia, Nahm is a unique Thai restaurant with sleek and modern wooden accents and steamed red curry of scallops that will light your mouth on fire in the best way possible.

With a modern aesthetic, minimalist design, and one of the b Read More


Banyan Tree Bangkok

Why it made the list

If you’re afraid of heights, you may want to stay away from the aptly named Vertigo and Moon Bar, an open-air restaurant atop the 61st floor of the hotel. If you can brave the unbeatable views (brave), you’ll find yourself drooling over seafood and steaks with one-of-a-kind touches.

Stunning and soaring, this 61-floor property is a refined ho Read More


Anantara Siam Bangkok

Why it made the list

If you’re looking for Thailand’s high-society folk (HiSo), you’ll find them wining and dining inside the Anantara Siam. There are endless dining options here, but a true standout would be Biscotti, an Italian eatery with savory lobster spaghetti and mouthwatering focaccia with mascarpone.

One of Bangkok's more elegant hotels, the Anantara is a high Read More


Tower Club at Lebua

Why it made the list

At the top of the 65-floor skyscraper is a golden dome that features multiple high-end restaurants and bars. Mezzaluna is an international, fine-dining establishment, and is arguably the standout of the bunch with a knockout tasting menu filled with fresh seafood and incredibly inventive desserts.

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Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit

Why it made the list

Tucked away off Sukhumvit Road, the Radisson is a hidden gem that just so happens to house one of the best Punjabi restaurants around. The Punjab Grill features Indian specialties like crab and lentil shorba and tandoori jheenga. Order the chocolate sphere for desert and prepare to be wowed.

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Chakrabongse Villas

Why it made the list

Owned by members of the royal family, this regal property is situated a short walk from the Grand Palace and is an Instagram-worthy spot with twinkling lights and riverside views. The Thai food is authentic and exceptional--so much so, they even publish their own cookbook.

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Why it made the list

It’s no surprise that one of the oldest and best hotels in Bangkok would also have one of its best restaurants. If you love French cuisine, you absolutely cannot pass up an opportunity to dine at the award-winning Le Normandie, that features riverside views and succulent roasted wild venison.

Dating back to 1876, the Mandarin Oriental has always been a Read More



Why it made the list

It shouldn’t shock you that this five-star hotel has a stupendous Thai restaurant. But for the crème de la crème of dining establishments, you can’t pass up Mei Jiang. This Cantonese hotspot is open for lunch and dinner with delicacies like deep fried crab claws and lobster dumplings.

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