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Ko Rattanakosin

Eat and meet

Ko Rattanakosin

  • Ming Lee
    4 stars

    Classic Chinese-Thai near the Grand Palace

    70 Na Phra Lan Road (across from the front entrance of the Grand Palace)

    Touristy areas tend to send “foodies” scrambling down some “secret” alley in search of the nearest “authentic” restaurant. Situated directly across from the Grand Palace, however, century-old Ming Lee Restaurant‘s front-and-centre location has allowed it to slip under the noses of ... read more

  • Farm to Table Organic Cafe
    4 stars

    Excellent

    179 Atsadang Rd, Bangkok
    T: (085) 359 2727

    Thai households have raised their own fruits, veggies and chickens while naturally aiming for self-sufficiency for countless generations. But in modern times, urbanisation has forced many Thais to give up on gardening. Close to Bangkok’s largest flower market, Farm to Table Organic Cafe bridges ... read more

  • Krua Apsorn
    4 stars

    Central Thai comfort food

    196 Dinso Road, Bangkok
    T: (026) 688 788

    Like many of Bangkok’s most beloved restaurants, Krua Apsorn‘s nonchalant blue-and-white frontage doesn’t beg for attention. With a great reputation built on carefully prepared central Thai comfort food that was favoured by King Bhumibol’s late mother, this Banglamphu mainstay has no need ... read more

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    Streetfood: Soi Samran Rat
    4 stars

    A lively street food zone

    Intersection of Soi Samran Rat and Maha Chai Rd

    Near Wat Theothidaram, the venerable Jay Fai Restaurant anchors this lively street food zone. Jay Fai has quite a following both in Bangkok and abroad — it was featured in the NY Times a few years ago and still lives up to the glowing review it received. While not technically street food (the ... read more

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    Street food: Tha Phra Chan Market
    4 stars

    Central Thai specialties

    Intersection of Phra Chan Rd and Maharat Rd

    This warren of food stalls, snack vendors, small restaurants and coffee places spreads out from the ferry pier to the gates of Thammasat University, and continues south until it melds into the Amulet Market. Lining the river are a handful of small restaurants that serve fresh water fish, noodles, ... read more

  • Methavalai Sorndaeng
    3.5 stars

    Classy spot for a splurge

    78/2 Ratchadamnoen Khlang Road (corner of Dinso Rd; in front of Democracy Monument)
    T: (02 224 3088 ; (02) 224 3178

    Since 1957, Methavalai Sorndaeng Restaurant has served traditional Central Thai food in a classic fine dining setting. The atmosphere might be too stuffy for some, but it’s tough to argue with the authentic and reasonably priced fare. A direct view over Democracy Monument isn’t too shabby ... read more



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