Best Restaurants for Group Dining in Bangkok

When it comes to dining out with a large party, Bangkok offers a vast array of possibilities. You can opt for an amusing evening at the wacky Katron Flying Chicken, where waiters ride unicycles and catapult grilled chickens to your table, or perhaps head out to the other extreme, for a gastronomic molecular feast at Sra Bua. For a real Thai group night out, check out Tawandang, where there are live dance and music shows to accompany the huge plates of ribs, Thai dishes, and home brewed beer. There are also plenty of ethnic dining choices for large parties in town, whether it be Indian cuisine at elegant Rang Mahal, Japanese fusion at Zuma, or fine French at L'Appart. For great Thai food with plenty of space, try the hard to find traditional cooking at The Local, dine in style to traditional Thai dancers and total elegance at the Mandarin Oriental's Sala Rim Naam along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, or eat for a good cause at Cabbages and Condoms. For something really unique, bring the group over to Bangkok's longest feasting table, the 25 meter Long Table, which is suitable for 45 people, and serves up Thai fusion and signature drinks while offering up one of the best skyline views in town. There will be plenty of room and good cheer for all.

Cabbages & Condoms


For a fun lesson combining food and the birds and the bees, head to Cabbages and Condoms, where condom art fills the walls and the focus is on education, sexual awareness, and fun. You can eat good food for a good cause here. The restaurant...  Read More

Rang Mahal
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With plenty of space in their fashionable dining room, large parties will love an evening of superb Indian food at Rang Mahal. Located in the chic Rembrandt Hotel with great views over Bangkok, you'll feel like you are dining in the time of the...  Read More



While the French cuisine should be the main reason for coming here, perhaps even more enticing is the entire restaurant itself. L'Appart, hidden from the chaos of crazy Suhkumvit below, is a transported 19th century Parisienne apartment come...  Read More

Sala Rim Naam
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For an amorous evening dining by the riverside and being entertained by classical Thai dancers, Sala Rim Naam remains one of Bangkok's classiest dining options. While the food may be spiced down for foreign palates, it is still a great spot to...  Read More



Got a big party that needs stylish place to enjoy a meal? Head for the unique Long Table, Bangkok's longest dining room venue, which features a 25 meter long table seating up to 45 people located up on the 25th floor of the elegant Column Tower,...  Read More



Based on a traditional Japanese izakaya, yet with a very sophisticated and elegant twist, and designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu, the renowned architect and design head of Tokyo's Studio Glitt, Zuma features some of Bangkok's freshest and most...  Read More



It might be more like going to a magic show than a restaurant when you see what comes out of the kitchen at Sra Bua. Modeled on the award winning Kiin Kiin restaurant in Denmark, run by chef Henrik Yde-Andersen and Lertchai Treetawatchaiwong, a...  Read More



Owner Kan Markawat and his sister Ploy come from a family of traditional foodies, and they have put their love of traditional and hard to find dishes from all over Thailand on display at the lovely new eatery, The Local, where one can dine in a...  Read More

Outside the city


If you are looking for a unique and fun place to eat with a group, you can't beat Katron. Katron specializes in chicken, and to be precise, in flying chicken! At Katron, grilled chickens are put into catapults and then shot across the room to...  Read More

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Not only is this a great place to come with a large group, it really is a non-touristy and really happening Thai nightlife and fun night out venue. What started out as a German microbrewery has morphed into one of Bangkok's best all encompassing...  Read More


Meet Dave Stamboulis

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