Bangkok is well-known to be an all-around excellent city, offering the best of many worlds, depending on your travel style and preferences. It’s a hub for shopper, partygoers, temple-hoppers and of course foodies! In this guide, we’re bringing you our favourite spots that are not to be missed if you are a true foodie traveller.

Somboon Seafood

Somboon Seafood has received rave reviews for its fried curry crab and has even been featured in the Michelin Guide. This is the quintessential seafood spot for those who want to indulge themselves in a fully satisfying meal. Apart from the crab, the prawns with glass noodles (served in a claypot) and the garlic fried mantis shrimp are die die must try as well!

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White Flower Bakery & Restaurant

White Flower Bakery & Restaurant is a fusion diner that serves the best mix of traditional and modern Thai cuisine to foodies. Decked out with a nice homely wooden architecture, this cafe is laid back and extremely popular with locals. They are known for their excellent desserts like Thai Tea Fudge Cake and Lemon Pie, as these are very instagrammable. For starters, you should try their Mango Salad topped with Crispy Catfish Flakes, which is fresh and savoury. For mains, the Roasted Duck in Red Curry is an absolute must! If you like noodles, try their noodles with Spicy Pork, which is served in a rich broth.

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Khun Dang Kway Jub Yuan

Housed in a traditional shophouse in the old part of the city, Khun Dang Kway Jub Yuan is well-known for its specialty noodles made with special ingredients from Ubon Ratchathani. The noodle dishes here are made fresh after you place your order so they come piping hot to your table. The special noodles comes topped with eggs, mushrooms, pork sausages and shallots.



Saneh Jaan

Having received a Michelin star in the recently released Michelin Guide, Saneh Jaan is well accomplished for bringing traditional Thai cooking to the forefront. Its recipes have been handed down from many generations and they are preserving culture by pioneering a new wave of Thai culinary heritage. There are some dishes here that have been cooked for the ancient royal families too! The ambience is welcoming, balancing heritage with modern touches and is very stylish.

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Enjoy Thai afternoon tea in a contemporary atmosphere. Recalling old time when Wireless road was still a field called “Thung Plaenjit”. Imagine the pond full of water plants, anthurium flower and siamese fish along with Thai classic love novel by famous writer ” Mai Meung Deum” as a beautiful background. Saneh Jaan Summer Tea *Signature White tea Special blend only for Saneh Jaan with a flavor of mango sticky rice and Pleonchit Charm Tea *Signature Black tea blended with coffee blossom, strong flavor and malty aroma Available on 17 May 2019 Daily 14.00 – 17.00 hrs. Price 850 baht / A set for 2 persons #sanehjaan #afternoontea #thungplaenjit #anthuriumflower #siamesefish #signature #flavor #daily

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Bamee Slow

Arguably the best egg noodles in Bangkok, Bamee Slow has built up a large cult following amongst the locals. Its been nicknamed Bamee Slow by the locals because the queue is infamously long and you can expect to wait up to an hour to get your amazing bowl of noodles. We can assure you its worth the wait! They only open at 8pm and are open well into the night, meaning it’s the perfect supper spot after drinks and clubbing.