A Guide to the Top Restaurants in Bangkok


With the Chao Phraya River running through it and the Gulf of Thailand on its banks, Bangkok is the capital and most populated city in Thailand. Bangkok beaches are a fantastic place to spend a sunny day with the average temperature being 83 degrees all year long. And dining in Bangkok is also a hit. 

Seafood is very popular from fish soup to oyster omelettes. Also, rice and noodles accompany almost every meal as well as soups of all kinds. Breakfast is typically the same as lunch and dinner with fried rice, noodles, and some type of meat. Drop off bulky bags and souvenir shopping parcels at a suitcase storage facility in Bangkok and go get some food.


Breakfast Bites

  • The Coffee Club

With several locations to choose from, The Coffee Club is a fantastic place for a big breakfast and cup of joe. From poached eggs with avocado to the strawberry banana smoothie bowl, they have over 30 choices on their extensive menu. Omelettes, pancakes, waffles, and even fried rice meals are all on there. 

  • Snooze Coffee House

Snooze Coffee House has more than just coffee. Choose from three flavours of pancakes, six types of sandwiches, or have the country breakfast with two eggs, bacon, salad, and pancakes. The American breakfast has eggs, ham, bacon, and toast. And the French breakfast has a croissant and scrambled eggs. 

  • Jaywalk Café

Have you ever had a doughnut waffle? Well, it is a favourite at the Jaywalk Café. Or try the peach kiwi or blueberry cream cheese pancakes. They also have a variety of egg dishes from scrambled to omelettes. You can also choose from shrimp and noodles, fried rice, croissants, spaghetti, and sandwiches.


Burgers and Fries

  • New York Style Steak & Burger

With steak and burger in the name, you know you are in the right place for delicious meat. This place has a dozen types of burgers from the atomic with jalapeno ranch dressing and the Manhattan monster with a fried egg, bacon, chili, and onion rings. Or choose one of the four kinds of steak, lamb, pork, or fish. 

  • Printa Café

Try the supreme burger with a sesame bun or the cheesy pork burger on a charcoal bun. They both come with all the toppings you want and a side of crispy fries. They also have avocado pork burgers, fish fillets, and several types of eggs benedict. Tuna and cheese, fried chicken, and spaghetti are also available.

  • MOS Burger

MOS Burger has a few locations in Bangkok so you are never too far away. MOS has been making Japanese burgers since 1972, so they know what they are doing. The teriyaki burger with lettuce and mayo is a favourite and the tobikiri cheeseburger with gouda cheese and butter is not far behind. 



  • Gallery Pizza

With 18 types of pizza, you can find something you love at Gallery Pizza. The White Italian has baked spinach, sausage, and mozzarella. Or try the Artichoke Capri with artichokes, ham, spinach, and truffle oil. For something really unique, the Vodka Pie has vodka-based tomato cream sauce and sausage or ham.

  • Ciao Pizza

Ciao Pizza only uses slow-rise dough for their pizza, and it makes a big difference. Some of their specialties include Caprese Bianca, Estiva, Popeye, and Alpine. Don’t miss the pasta here either. They have truffle ravioli, penne arrabbiata, gnocchi four cheese and walnut, and seafood linguine. 

  • Pizza Mania

Pizza Mania has several locations with 48 specialties to choose from! The Smoked Salmon is divine with Norwegian smoked salmon, the Montanara boasts bacon and cremini mushrooms, Seafood Deluxe has prawns, mussels, and calamari, and the Four Seasons has artichoke hearts, olives, ham, and mushrooms.


Fine Dining

  • Sorn

Bring your appetite when you visit the Michelin-Starred Sorn because you will be served 14 courses. Start with snacks like mole crabs or chicken, move onto the amazing salad, and then you will get an entire table of Southern Thai specialties to share. Crispy pork, taro soup, and yellow curry are just a few. 

  • Mezzaluna

One of the few restaurants in the world with two Michelin Stars, this sophisticated place on the 65th floor is special. Besides having the best view in the city, Mezzaluna features a seven-course meal with delights like walnut miso-glazed pigeon, buttered spiny lobster, and wagyu steak. 

  • Le Normandie

Also on the top floor of a hotel, Le Normandie is another two-starred eatery that has been serving French food in Bangkok since 1958. Some of the menu highlights include volaille de Bresse pigeon with corn and black garlic, sea urchin with caviar and potato, sea bass with onion and celery, and grilled prawns. 


Dessert Diners 

  • Soufflé and Me

Soufflé and Me has 16 types of soufflés to choose from with innovative flavors like Nutella with caramelized banana, Mont blanc with crème fraîche, and blue cheese with honey lavender ice cream. They also serve Mille-Feuille, flan, tarts, cake, and ice cream. Try the wasabi ice cream with caviar. 

  • Cupcake Love

If you love cupcakes, don’t miss the chance to visit Cupcake Love in Bangkok. They can make any kind of cupcake you can dream up and then some. Try the Finding Nemo cupcakes with Nemo, Dory, and their friends. Or the Angry Birds cupcakes, Toy Story, or Sesame Street. They even make beer and wine cupcakes

  • After You Dessert

After You has several locations and a big following in Thailand. The chocolate mud brownie and Queen B fudge cake are both popular. And the chocolate lava cake is filled with thick creamy fudge sauce. They even have figgy pudding and cheesecake soufflés. And fruit lovers will enjoy the strawberry crumble. 

When you are in Bangkok, don’t miss out on some of the local delicacies like pad Thai, drunken noodles, and coconut soup. And you have never had real fried rice until you try it in Bangkok. Sticky rice can be found at almost every eatery and street vendors have some of the best foods in the city.