Thailand is a country that is known throughout the world for its delicious and spicy food and visiting the city of Bangkok can be a delight for your tastebuds. There is a wide variety of different types of food available, and you can also choose from eating on the street to dining in elegant Michelin Star restaurants. If you are looking for some fine dining in Bangkok, below are some of the best Michelin restaurants you can try in the city.
R.Haan is a modern restaurant in the vibrant Thong Lor area of the city and is run by chef Chumpol Jangprai. Chef Jangprai uses the Sumrub style of Thai dining which includes rice, soup, curry, relish, a steamed dish, a fried dish, and salad, and has given it a fine-dining twist. If you are looking for delicious Thai food that follows traditional recipes, this is the place for you. When it comes to Michelin Star restaurants, Bangkok has none better than R.Haan.
Le Normandie is set in the iconic Mandarin Oriental Hotel, set on the Chao Phraya River, and offers excellent French cuisine with a little Thai twist. The head chef is Arnaud Dunand Sauthier who creates some stunning dishes that are bursting full of flavours, such as his Oscietra caviar which is served with potato, dill, and sea urchin. If you love French food, then you are going to adore what is on offer at Le Normandie.
Mezzaluna not only offers guests an excellent dining experience, but they also get to enjoy 360° panoramic views of the city, set on the 65th floor of the State Tower. Chef Ryuki Kawasaki has earnt two Michelin Stars for his delicious food which is a blend of European food with a Japanese twist. A visit to Mezzaluna is perfect for celebrations of special events, and you will remember the views and atmosphere as much as you will the delicious food.
80/20 is a popular restaurant that has earnt one Michelin Star and is on the Charoen Krung Road in the heart of the city. The restaurant is run by Chef Napol Jantraget and his wife Chef Saki Hoshino and is a restaurant that champions the available local produce. They often experiment with foods in their in-house culinary laboratory, creating fantastic new flavours and dishes for customers to try. If you love modern interpretations of Thai dishes and looking for something new to try, a visit to 80/20 will not disappoint.