Where to eat and drink: Silom


We have 19 places to eat and drink in and around Silom.

Silom

The Silom area, serviced by the BTS stops at Sala Daeng and Chong Nonsi and the Silom subway stop, is both a busy financial district and a popular tourist destination. Probably as close to a CBD as Bangkok gets, many of the restaurants in the area cater to the office crowd, but there are plenty of excellent bars and restaurants, particularly along Silom’s low-numbered sois: Sala Daeng, Convent, Soi 4, Patpong, and Soi Thaniya, which cumulatively contain a concentration of dining and nightlife options that rivals Sukhumvit.

Polo Fried Chicken
Polo Fried Chicken

Really hits the spot

Somtum Der
Somtum Der

Fiery flavours in classy surrounds

Khao Mok Gai Convent
Khao Mok Gai Convent

Excellent khao mok gai

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Vegetarian food on Pan Road

Dig in, it's delicious

Muslim Restaurant
Muslim Restaurant

It's all about the food

Afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental
Afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental

Did ye take me crumpet?

Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant
Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant

Great for biryani rice

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Lalai Sap market

Great all-purpose market

Street food around Sala Daeng
Street food around Sala Daeng

Everywhere you look

SkyBar at Lebua State Tower
SkyBar at Lebua State Tower

Breathtaking views and prices

Sathorn Road

While Sathorn is certainly a major Bangkok thoroughfare, it’s hardly on the tourist radar for most. Nevertheless there are a number of bars and restaurants though many will stretch the average travellers budget.

Nahm
Nahm

Fantastic food

Blue Elephant
Blue Elephant

Classy and delicious

Wong's Place
Wong's Place

Bangkok's best dive

Kiew Jeen
Kiew Jeen

Authentic Northeastern Chinese

Baan Somtum
Baan Somtum

22 varieties of som tam

Tawandang German Brewery
Tawandang German Brewery

A brewery only as Thailand could imagine it