10 Best Restaurants to Enjoy in the Sathorn Area in Bangkok, Thailand



 

Sathorn Road is home to some of Bangkok's best dining. Here, you can literally dine in the stars, enjoying upscale food at some of the rooftop restaurants such as Saffron in the Banyan Tree, or gushing over fine haute gastronomy at the chic Park Society in the Sofitel So, where you can enjoy foie gras and fine seafood while overlooking Lumpini Park. Some of Asia's most noted dining is also found here, like Nahm, Michelin chef David Thompson's award winning restaurant, and the only Thai restaurant in the world to make the prestigious Restaurant Magazine's "Top 50 Restaurants in the World" list. Also here is the traditional Thai stalwart Supanniga Eating Room, with the same outstanding authentic hard to find Thai cuisine as its same name branch in Thonglor. Elegant Italian is also represented here, and Il Bolognese makes some of Bangkok's most outstanding pasta and pizzas in an elegant setting. For something far less expensive but just as tasty, Baan Som Tam serves up mouth watering Isaan northeastern Thai cooking for a pittance and the crowds packing it each night attest to just how great the food is. Distances on Sathorn Road are not far apart, and BTS Skytrain and MRT subway stations make the area well connected, so you can plan on spending a lot of time dining here with this handy guide.




Not only a classy bar, Lady Brett is also an outstanding barbecue restaurant. The New York style tavern uses a Josper oven which they fire up with binchotan hardwood charcoal and they churn out well seasoned dry aged tomahawk steak, Australian...  Read More




The House on Sathorn is an innovative new restaurant that combines creative Asian accented cooking by a talented chef in an atmospheric setting in an old colonial mansion. The restaurant, along with its accompanying bar, upstairs club lounge,...  Read More




For fine over the top gastronomy and incredible views, a night at Park Society will dazzle. This chic rooftop restaurant on top of the new Sofitel So Bangkok combines superb French styled haute gastronomic dining with bird's eye views of Lumpini...  Read More




Saffron offers upscale Thai dining with one of the most dazzling views to be found in Bangkok. The restaurant and its adjoining Latitude Lounge & Bar, take up space indoors and outdoors on the 51st and 52nd floor of the Banyan Tree. While...  Read More




Issaya Siamese Club is the flagship restaurant for renowned Thai chef Ian Kittichai, and has received accolades not only for its use of organic and farm fresh ingredients but also for original and delicious food that has not been toned down for...  Read More




While Eat Me has been around for awhile and is usually accessed by a side alley on Silom Road, it is actually just off Sathorn and remains one of the neighborhoods most innovative eateries. The restaurant is both an art gallery, featuring...  Read More




The only Thai restaurant to be included in prestigious Restaurant Magazine's Top 50 Restaurants in the World, Nahm lives up to its billing by serving some of the best food one can find in Bangkok. Michelin Chef David Thompson continues his...  Read More




Isaan, or northeastern cuisine, is probably the most common food eaten in Thailand, by both visitors and locals alike. Some of the best Isaan food is found at corner street stalls, which most tourists find too hot and uncomfortable to sit at,...  Read More




Restaurateur extraordinaire Thanaruek Laoraowirodge continues to keep traditional Thai food on the Bangkok gourmet map with his latest opening in the trendy Soi 10, Sathorn's rapidly rising equivalent of Thonglor. With the same name and same...  Read More




You might forget that you are in Bangkok after an hour of dining at this stellar Italian eatery, the food certainly is divine enough to make believe that this really is Bologna. Hidden down a quiet side street and located in a comfortable old...  Read More


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Dave Stamboulis is a travel writer/photographer based in Bangkok. Born in Athens, Greece and growing up in the U.S., Dave first discovered Bangkok while on a 45,000-kilometer bicycle trip and...  More About Dave

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