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Michelin Guide Bangkok

  • ARROZ – Michelin Plate

              A delighting experience about Spanish cuisine in Bangkok. Arroz, Spanish Rice House its the place to find little Spain in an expresion of the top quality of Spanish products. The two stories renovated house with an interior and decor of wood and tiles with a colorful design creates and harmonious and relax atmosphere. Clay pots, rustic ceramic and some antiques all from Spain can be found in Arroz.

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  • Artur – Michelin Plate

    One of Bangkok’s most acclaimed restaurants Artur is recommended by Michelin Guide!

    After running some very successful hotel restaurants, Artur Kluczewski packed up all his secrets and opened up his own place. The result is a restaurant that offers the same kind of tableside carving, high-end beef and hearty sides as the hotel places, but with a personal touch they simply can’t compete with. The meat, too, often outdoes them, thanks to Artur’s unerring eye in selecting only the best produce’.

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  • Blue Elephant – Michelin Plate

    Blue Elephant Bangkok Cooking School And Restaurant is located on South Sathon Road. This restaurant and cooking school is housed in a century-old French colonial-style house. The restaurant prides itself on its menu. Ancient Thai dishes that have been rediscovered and put on the menu are called “Thai Cooking of the Past”. Modern-day popular Thai dishes are called “Thai Cuisine of Today”. And new inventions representing the future of Thai cuisine are called “Thai Kitchen of Tomorrow”. The restaurant also Read more ...

  • Bo.lan *

    Food (cuisine) is heavily attached to the Land and its people, Bo.lan was founded on the belief that the best Thai restaurant should be found in Thailand

  • Eat Me – Michelin Plate

    “Very popular restaurant with art exhibitions often featuring edgy young artists promoted by the nearby H Gallery. The food is Modern International & Regional. Low lighting and a fragmented layout lend intimacy. Howard Richardson, Insight Guide