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Located in an Old Town hostel, the concept is 80 per cent local ingredients and 20 per cent imported, resulting in a creative Thai menu with an international edge. Call in advance for the tasting menu.
- +66 99 118 2200
Bangkok’s first zero-waste fine-dining restaurant also features its own organic urban farm. Come here for European flavours and waste-free cocktails.
- +66 022584744
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Inside this ramshackle house lies a speakeasy restaurant featuring only two tables, a traditional home-style menu and oodles of charm.
- +66 85 395 6192
Nose-to-tail is the name of the game here – think rice noodles with pig brain mousse, fried pork belly with shrimp paste and Thai beef jerky cured in fish sauce – with punchy flavours that run the gamut of Southeast Asian cuisine.
- +66 2 235 0023
Grilled skewers and a lengthy sake menu draw in guests at this former gambling den (now an izakaya). Spend the evening in the downstairs terrazzo bar, or opt for the upstairs dining space for banana prawns smeared with durian butter, bacon-wrapped asparagus and kampot pepper chicken wings.
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Headed by the chef Parkorn “Tan” Kosiyabong, who cut his teeth at the three-Michelin star Azurmendi, this is the place for unbeatable brunch and coffee options including grilled croissants with a side of spicy tomato dipping sauce, Thai pork sandwiches and barbecue bacon waffles. For heartier options try the latest branch at Chang Chui.
- +66 2 116 6076
One of the few street vendors in the world to be awarded a Michelin star, Jay Fai’s shophouse in the Old Town serves up fluffy crab omelettes, yellow crab curries and seafood-loaded, wok-fried noodles.
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