What to eat at Bangkok

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  • Taling Pling

Address : Siam Paragon Bangkok, G Floor

Taling Pling has many branches, but I always visit the one at Siam Paragon. The place is really convenient, even though crowded with many people and the price is very reasonable too! If you look at the menu, it’s like you want to order all of them!

But, I think this restaurant not really pay attention to the details, the presentation of the food is not really good, a bit messy, it’s like the just put it on the plate without effort to make it appealing. Other than that, I love this restaurant, you should consider to visiting this place.

Recommended Food : Crab Curry, Pad Thai, Tom Yum.

  • Ramen kio

777, Soi Sukhumwit 47 Lane, 3rd Floor, Rain Hill Project, Sukhumwit Rd., Khlong Tan Nua Sub-District, Watthana District, Bangkok, Thailand

Actually, I came to this place because this is the branch from the one at Osaka, and luckily they have same quality. For Thailand standard, the price is kind of expensive, because the other ramen only cost 120-150bath, while this one is cost about 250bath. But since it has sentimental memories, I always revisit this place when I came to Bangkok.

Recommended Food : Abura Soba

  • Another Hound by Greyhound

Address : Siam Paragon Bangkok, 1st Floor

This is the place you should go if you want to relax and have a nice chit chat. The ambience is really nice, the waiters in there really nice and helpful, and the presentation of the food is really appetizing. It serves fusion Thai Food and mostly western food.

Recommended Food : Tom Yum

  • The Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel

It claimed as the best buffet in Bangkok. They have wide selections of food. You can have foie gras, oyster, crab, lamb chop, steak, pasta, etc. But I’m a bit disappointed with the dessert. They really have to improve the variants, because it really not appetizing for me.

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Maybe I’ll edit this post in the future if I have another Bangkok trip! :D

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