Bangkok has been long known as a foodie destination, home to a wide range of intense spices and flavors, and home to amazing street vendors and traditional shophouse eateries. The last half decade has seen a wave of happening cuisine from around the world descend on the city, with top chefs coming in to dazzle diners. And now Bangkok is on every gastronomy tour list with the arrival of the Michelin Guide to Bangkok. Dazzle your tastebuds at progressive Indian Gaggan restaurant, which was awarded two stars. Other two-star spots to splurge on are the haute cuisine French Le Normandie or else Mezzaluna, Bangkok's highest dining spot. Thai Michelin star winners include fine dining and traditional cuisine at Paste or Nahm, progressive and molecular Thai at Sra Bua, and environmentally conscious Bo.lan. You can even check out the city's only starred street food shophouse, Jay Fai, where a 70 year old auntie cooks some of the city's biggest seafood over a charcoal burner.