7 Hotels in Bangkok for Food Lovers

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From street food to gourmet restaurants, choices are plentiful in Bangkok. Be sure to pack a healthy appetite as you take your taste buds on a culinary tour and sample local and international cuisine

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital and largest city, is known among foodies as a food paradise. Discover the local flavors as you explore the street food scene in The City of Angels. The proximity to the Chao Phraya River also allows for dinner cruises, so you can immerse in Thai culture and cuisine as you cruise by iconic landmarks. For the discerning palate, take your pick from Swiss fine dining, omakase, or Thailand cuisine with a twist at Michelin-starred restaurants.

Here are 7 hotels in Bangkok that offer exquisite in-house dining options so you can embark on a gastronomic adventure without having to step out of your hotel.

View from Window, Banyan Tree Hotel - Destination Deluxe

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Take your pick from a range of gourmet restaurants offering everything from Thai street food to international and Asian gourmet experiences at Banyan Tree Bangkok. For award-winning contemporary Thai cuisine, head to Saffron, where you can savor signature Thai dishes served with an excellent view of Bangkok City on the hotel’s 52nd floor. If you prefer an alfresco option, Vertigo provides a unique rooftop dining experience. The iconic grill-and-bar, the first of its kind in Asia, is set atop a roof terrace so you can take in the glittering cityscape of Bangkok as you feast on premium steaks, and enjoy cocktails from the Moon Bar. You can also embark on a culinary journey on the Chao Phraya River aka the River of Kings with a dinner cruise. The Apsara offers royal Thai cuisine freshly prepared onboard while the Saffron Cruise showcases Thailand’s rich cultural and gastronomic traditions with award-winning cuisine and entertainment. You can also enjoy modern Cantonese cuisine at Bai Yun; unwind with live entertainment, tapas and cocktails at Vertigo Too, and sample Thai beers and street food in a casual alfresco setting at Saffron Sky Garden.

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COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

For a modern take on traditional Thai cuisine, look no further than COMO Metropolitan Bangkok’s nahm, a Michelin-starred restaurant helmed by Chef Pim Techamuanvivit. For the last six years, the award-winning restaurant has received a Michelin star, and is consistently ranked among the best restaurants in Asia since its opening in 2010. nahm is known for using robustly flavored ingredients and Chef Pim delights guests with her personal style, using traditional ingredients less seen in modern Thai restaurants. Vegetarian menus available. Alternatively, COMO Shambhala Cuisine offers plant-based pastas, fresh juices and high-protein mains. In-Room Dining menus feature a variety of all-day dining options.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok

The Athenee Hotel

From fine dining restaurants to sophisticated bars, The Athenee Hotel in Bangkok offers guests eight exquisite options. Embark on a unique culinary experience with progressive Japanese Kaiseki cuisine at Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey; discover authentic Thai recipes from all four regions of Thailand at the fine dining restaurant The House of Smooth Curry; sip on exquisite afternoon teas and indulge in Thai-French patisserie at The Bakery; mingle over fine wines, cocktails, tapas and music at The Glaz Bar, or relax near the pool and savor gourmet delicacies at The View. Also, The Silk Road offers a modern twist on traditional Cantonese cuisine, while The Allium Bangkok serves European haute cuisine; choices are aplenty at the all-day restaurant Rain Tree Café with its array of international and local dishes.

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Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok

Aside from its prime location in the heart of Langsuan, the culinary options at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is also one of the plus points for guests. Here, you can wine, dine and unwind at any of the four distinct restaurants and bars. Enjoy handcrafted coffee and creative cocktails at the pet-friendly café CRAFT; or pair Italian canapés with your choice of spirits, bespoke wines, and handcrafted cocktails at Ms.Jigger. Shop for local and foreign flavors at gourmet grocerant Stock.Room; also, the pop-up food stalls offer street eats and made-to-order pasta. As the sun sets, sample Latin-American cuisines and tiki drinks as you dance the night away at Bangkok’s rooftop tropical backyard Bar.Yard, which offers an unobstructed 360-degree view of the city.

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Photo: Courtesy of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

From Italian fine-dining to European fare to South American flavors, guests are taken on a gastronomic journey at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. Watch talented chefs create culinary delights in the open kitchen as you indulge in home-style pizzas, pastas and seafood dishes at Biscotti, a Michelin guide-listed Italian fine-dining restaurant in Bangkok. For creations from Scotland, England, Germany and Hungary, head to Café Wolseley Bangkok. If you prefer South American flavors, Guilty Bangkok is the place to be. Also, sample all-time favorite Thai classics from the four regions of Thailand at The Spice Market; savor traditional Japanese cuisine with a twist at Shintaro; unwind to New Orleans Jazz and R&B with classic cocktails at Aqua, Bangkok’s Secret Garden. Dine on fine Thai cuisine as you sail past royal palaces, temples and iconic landmarks aboard a restored antique rice barge with Manohra Cruises.

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W Bangkok

W Bangkok features Nikaku, a Two Michelin Starred omakase from Fukuoka, Japan. Here, you can get edomae sushi prepared using traditional Honti-gaeshi sushi techniques, as well as the freshest fish sourced from the Kanmon Straits and surrounding waters of Kyushu. The House on Sathorn, one of the top restaurants in Bangkok and a national heritage site, is known for its modern Thai seafood cuisine; while The Bar at The House on Sathorn offers a selection of signature cocktails and mocktails.  The Kitchen Table, features an international buffet and at night, serves an à la carte menu of prime meats. The Pantry, the casual grab-and-go restaurant and bar, offers snacks, coffee, afternoon tea or craft beers. Alternatively, relax with cocktails and quick bites by the pool at the WET Deck.

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IGNIV at St Regis Bangkok - Destination Deluxe

St Regis Bangkok

The St. Regis Hotel in Bangkok promises exceptional culinary experiences with eight restaurants and bars. Guests can experience the unique Swiss Fine Dining Sharing concept at IGNIV Bangkok restaurant, led by Chef David Hartwig. It is the first IGNIV to open outside of Switzerland and received its first Michelin Star in Michelin Guide Thailand 2022. For Japanese cuisine aficionados, Zuma restaurant offers a unique izakaya experience; while Sushi Kishin provides an omakase experience, with Chef Satoshi wowing guests with unique creations. You can also indulge in a leisurely Afternoon Tea experience at The Drawing Room or The St. Regis Bar.

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