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Bangkok Restaurants

Bangna - Banglampoo - Chaeng Wattana - Charoen Nakorn - Khao San - Nonthaburi - Ploenchit - Ramkhamhaeng - Sukhumvit - Silom - Sathorn - Siam Square - Wireless Road - Dinner Cruise

Bangna Restaurants - Bangkok
Royal Dragon Restaurant (Chinese)
Banglampoo Restaurants- Bangkok
Oh My Cod! (British Caf?)
Chaeng Wattana Restaurants - Bangkok
Cafe-Ja! Kaffeeklatsch
Charoen Nakorn Restaurants - Bangkok
Yok Yor Restaurants (Thai Food by the Chao Praya River)
Khao San Restaurants - Bangkok
Gulliver's Traveler's Tavern Silk Bar and Restaurant
Nonthaburi Restaurants - Bangkok
Suan Thip Baan Chao Phraya (Thai Food, by the Chao Phraya River)
Ploenchit Restaurants - Bangkok
Bacchus (Italian and French Fusion cuisine) Patio by S & P (Take away food, and catering)
Fogo Vivo (Authentic Churrascaria)
Ramkhamhaeng Restaurants - Bangkok
Swiss Corner
Sukhumvit Restaurants - Bangkok
Anna's Cafes (5 locations)
Anna's Cafes, offering quality dining in Bangkok at Value for money prices
Anna's Café Wireless
Located on the ground floor of the well known Diethelm Building in the busy Wireless Road. Nearby are The American and Dutch Embassies, and Bangkok's latest Commercial Building complex All Season's Place.
The Wireless restaurant it is an ideal choice for a business lunch or early evening drink and dinner after the office.
Free car parking is available.
Address: Diethelm Tower B, Ground Floor, Wireless Road, Bangkok.
Tel: 02 252 0864

Anna's Café Bangna Traat
Since opening in the busy Central Shopping Complex in BangNa Traat Highway, Anna's has been a favourite with shoppers and office workers wishing to take a relaxing break.
The fast service from Anna's staff ensures that visitors can enjoy a quality meal, without waiting long for their food to be served.
Free car parking is available.
Address: 5th Floor, Central Department Store Bagna Traat, Bangkok
Tel: 02 261 0755

Anna's Café Sukhumvit
This branch is located next to Nana Skytrain Station on the ground floor of one of Bangkok's top office buildings, Two Pacific Place.
With a light and contemporary decor, the spacious mezzanine level is the ideal venue for all types of functions.
Free car parking is available.
Address: Two Pacific Place, 142 Sukhumvit Bangkok 10110.
Telephone: 02 653 2395-6

Anna's Café Saladaeng
Address: 118, Soi Saladaeng, Silom, Bangkok.
Tel: 02 632 0619-20

Anna's Café Rama 3
Address: 5th Floor, Central Department Store, Rama 3, Satupradit Road, Chongnonsee Yannawa, Bangkok
Tel: 02 673 6474
Beccofino (Italian)
At Beccofino you will enjoy exquisite culinary treats. Our authentic and high-quality Italian cuisine-all meticulously prepared by Executive Chef and Co-owner Angelo Rottoli-includes a range of appetizers, entrees and handmade, hand-rolled or hand-twisted pasta as well as crisp, thin pizzas from our specially built wood-fire oven.
To complement the delicious Italian delicacies, Wine Connoisseur and Co-owner Kit Marshal has selected for your enjoyment a great variety of top Italian vintages, in addition to other excellent wines imported from around the world.
Address: 146 Sukhumvit 55 (soi Thonglor 4) Wattana bangkok 10110
Tel:  02 392 1881-2
Bourbon Street Restaurant and Bar
American owned restaurant serving Cajun food since 1986. We also serve Mexican buffet every tuesday night.
Address: 29/4-6 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Washington Square, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Tel: 02 259-0328/9, Fax: 66-2-259-4318
Bullys Pub and Restaurant
Come and try our pub speciality "Original buffalo Chicken Wings" chicken wing drum sticks rolled in our addictive pepper and chilli butter sauce, served with celery and blue cheese sauce. Bullys Pub where the good times never end!!
Address: Sukhumvit Road, Between Soi 2 & 4 , Next to the J.W. Marriott;
Tel: 66 02 656-4609
Fax: 66 02 656-4605
Chesa Swiss Restaurant
Bangkok's most unique Swiss resturant. We specialize in a variety of Swiss gourmet delicacies.
Address: 5 Sukhumvit Road Soi 20, Klongtoey, Khet Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand.
Tel: 02 261 6650, Fax 02 663 4376
Duilio's - Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria
One of the most authentic Italian restaurants in Bangkok. Duilio's Restaurants are also available for every special occasion, comfortably accommodating over 100 guests. Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, office parties, holiday parties, etc. We look forward to seeing you at Duilio's Restaurants.
Duilio's Suriwong
Address: Tawana Ramada Hotel, 80, Suriwong Road Bangkok
Tel.: 0 22380070
Fax: 0 22671823

Duilio's Sukhumvit
Address: House 17, Sukhumvit, Soi 49 Bangkok
Tel.: 0 22587930
Fax: 0 26626498
Gourmet Gallery
Address: 6/1 Soi Promsri 1, Sukhumvit Road 39 Bangkok 10110 Thailand.
Tel: 0-2260-0603 , 0-2260-0653
Fax: 0-2260-0468
Indus Restaurants (Indian)
Situated in an upscale neighborhood in Sukhumvit, Indus is housed in a 1960s art deco house formerly known as The Whole Earth Restaurant.
Address: 71, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Klong Toei, Bangkok 10110 Thailand (BTS: Phrom Phong Station)
Tel: 02-258-4900, 02-661-5279
Fax: 02-661-3227
KOI Restaurant Bangkok
Winner of American Express Awards 2002 "My favorite Restaurant".
Winner of Thailand Tattler awards 2006. Thailand Best Restaurant Guide 2006.
Winner of BK. magazine Reader's Choice awards 2006 "Best New Restaurant"
Address: 26 Sukhumvit 20, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand.
Tel: +66 2258 1590
Fax: +66 2258 1080
Le Pre Grill French Restaurant
We serve authentic French cuisine open daily for lunch 11.30-14.30 and dinner 18.00-22.30.
Tel: 02 253 5919
Fax: 02 253 5918
Livingstone's Bangkok Steak House and Thai Restaurant
Using only the best of Argentinean Angus Beef complemented with a choice of exquisite sauces and a scrumptious salad bar we spare no effort in ensuring you a truly great dining experience for your every visit.
We also offer a selection of traditional African dishes, for the more adventurous customer, to fit with our African ambiance and decor plus some truly original creations from our award winning team of Chefs.
Thai Restaurant - Experience true Thai cuisine and the finest of Seafood.
You will not miss the beach while dining in this lovely garden setting, listening to the soft tunes of our house musicians. Located in Sukhumvit soi 33.
Tel: +66 (0) 2261 2800
Le Banyan Restaurant Français
We specialize in Foie gras in all styles, hot pan-fried or cold like terrine and other variation, pressed duck, and others of course.
Address: No 59 Sukhumvit Soi 8 (Preeda) Bangkok 10110. Sky train Nana Station exit 4
Tel: 0-2 253 55 56
Fax: 0-2 253 45 60
Mrs. Balbir (Indian)
One of Bangkok's most popular Indian Restaurant, cooking class and catering service.
Address: 155/18 Sukhumvit Soi 11. Behind Siam Commercial Bank
Tel: 0-2651-0498
Fax: 0-2651-0019
Oam Thong (Thai) The Stable
Royal Kitchen (Chinese Restaurant) Tony Roma's
Restaurant Bei Otto (European & German-Schwarzwals-Stube) The Londoner Brew Pub
Seafood Market and Restaurant The Dubliner Bangkok (Irish Pub)
Sovente Coffee and Tea House Woodstock Bar and Grill
Tapas Cafe (Spanish Bar and Restaurant) Wasabi Bangkok (Japanese)
Silom Restaurants - Bangkok
@Richard's Pub and Restaurant Sphinx Pub and Restaurant (Regional Thai and International)
Bussaracum – (Royal Thai Cuisine) ThanYing Restaurant (Authentic Thai Food)
Duke of Wellington (English) The Balcony Pub and Restaurant
La Boulange (French)  
Naj Exquisite Thai Cuisine  
Sathorn Restaurants - Bangkok
Le Cafe Siam (Thai and French Michelin starred cuisine) Patara Thailand (Fine Thai Cuisine)
Siam Square Restaurants - Bangkok
Fou Bar (International food)  
Wireless Road Restaurants - Bangkok
Neil's Tavern Restaurant and Bake Shoppe
Dinner Cruise Restaurants - Bangkok
Loy Nava Dinner Cruises
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The best buffet to be found in Bangkok from an expatriates dining in Bangkok experience.
Looking for a feast in Bangkok? If you really want to pig out in the City of Angels then head straight to one of the many buffets on offer in the hotels. You can eat as much as you like, and the food is always superb. The prices can be a little steep, but for a bit of a splurge, every once in a while, they are a great meal out. A wide range of international and local dishes are offered. There is almost always a sushi bar, as well as lamb, beef, pork and various other meats. The dessert treats should satisfy any sweet teeth out there, and the cheeses act as the perfect after dinner touch. Here’s a run down of a few of the best buffets in a fine Bangkok restaurant:

We’ll start at the top with the Grand Hyatt Erawan. This is one luxurious buffet, with staff waiting on you hand and foot, and live music settled neatly in the background. The food is top notch, with seafood, pasta, and various roast carvings. The buffet alone will set you back around 1,700 baht. It doesn’t come cheap, but the ambience is charming and it makes for a pleasant evening. The hotel is on Rajdamri Road, close to the Chit Lom BTS stop.

The Millennium Hilton is located next to the river. To get there, you take the Skytain to Saphan Taksin (the end of the line) and then take the Hilton’s own river boat across the water. The restaurant overlooks the river and provides a pleasing setting for dining. The large, open space loses a lot of its intimacy, but the food is fab.

Novotel Siam has a buffet for 1,100 baht in The Square restaurant. For the price, the selection is perhaps not as varied as you would hope. Being able to choose your own pizza toppings is an interesting touch, but the sushi and sashimi is not quite fresh enough. There are also decent pasta dishes, as well as choice cuts of beef and lamb. The salad bar is rather basic. The setting of the restaurant makes up for the lack of food, however, as the large chairs are seductively comfortable and the dining area feels distinctly relaxed. The staff are all smiles too. To get there, use the BTS Skytrain and get off at Siam.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit is a refined hotel in an ideal location, right next to the Asok BTS station on Bangkok’s busiest and most famous road. Orchid Café is home to an excellent buffet. There are a number of Indian dishes, as well as succulent pieces of sashimi, and a wide range of quality meats. The price is a little over 1,000 baht.

Like the Hilton, The Peninsula Hotel can be reached via boat from the pier next to Saphan Taksin BTS station. The buffet can be found at the River Café & Terrace and it will set you back 1,250 baht. It’s rather grand though, with a selection of Indian and pasta dishes, as well as lamb cutlets, chicken satay, and sirloin steaks. As always, there are some delectable cakes and cheeses to wrap things up.

So now you know where to go, how do you approach the task of eating a buffet in a good Bangkok restaurant? You need a strategy for taking on so much food at the same time. Some people choose to starve themselves before heading out for such an eating extravaganza, but this will actually hinder your progress as your stomach will shrink. In preparation for a Bangkok restaurant buffet you should have a large breakfast and snack through the day, maybe taking a light lunch if you feel up to it. This will prime your body for the onslaught that is to come.

When you get to the buffet, it’s easy to lose your cool and be overwhelmed by the number of delightful dishes on offer. Take your time, only choose the best bits on offer, and avoid ‘fillers’ such as bread and vegetables. Don’t rush it either, you’ve got all night.

While they are expensive, buffets are the best places to sample good food (lots of it) at your leisure. Whether with friends, on a romantic date, or with your family, this is a surefire way to please everyone.


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