Bangkok is a bustling metropolitan known for its rich cultural heritage. The city’s vibrancy is reflected in the culinary options of Bangkok’s cuisine. But, if you’re tired of eating only Thai on your trip, it’s worth checking out these stellar Bangkok restaurants that serve food from around the world. Here’s a hot tip: pop in for lunch or weekend specials for equally good quality at more affordable prices.

Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology
Craving a different kind of spice while in Bangkok? Head to Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology for a unique North-Western Indian cuisine. Kebabs are a staple here, perfectly complemented with dahl (thick lentil stew) and paneer (fresh cheese, often used in India) of the finest quality. The restaurant also brings the fun back into fine dining with its exciting array of spice-infused cocktails, with ingredients flown in from India. Reservations are highly recommended.

Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology | Address: Fraser Suites Sukhumvit, 38/8 Sukhumvit Rd. Soi 11 5th Floor Khlong Toey Nua Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand | Tel: +66 2 038 5112

Hong Bao
Let Hong Bao at Central Embassy mall satisfy your oriental cravings at any time of the day with the best All-Day Dim Sum menu that a Bangkok restaurant has to offer. Their extensive array of bite-sized ‘Chinese tapas’ range between B90 – B600 and include vegetarian options that are both delicious, and aesthetically pleasing. If you enjoy meat and don’t mind a little splurge, their succulent Peking Duck dish is a must-try. Reservations are required especially if you want to secure a table on weekends.

Hong Bao | Address: 1031 Ploenchit Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand | Tel: +66 2160 5679 80

La Monita Mexican Urban Cantina
Salsa your way to the luxurious Emquartier mall on Sukhumvit Road and bring your kids too, because the menu at La Monita Mexican Urban Cantina has everyone covered when it comes to Mexican dining. This cosy yet modern Mexican restaurant that started as a food truck back in 2009 has kept the authenticity of Mexican flavour in their wraps, meats, and salsa. From stuffed warm tortillas, to their New Zealand rib-eye steak burrito that oozes with cheese, you’ll be filled to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content. This restaurant also offers a delivery service.

La Monita Mexiacan Urban Cantina | Address: 7th Floor, 695 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand | Tel: +66 2 003 6238

FLOW Restaurant is located next to the Chao Phraya river

FLOW Restaurant
Nestled beside the Chao Phraya River is a Bangkok restaurant like no other. FLOW Restaurant at the Millennium Hilton Bangkok not only offers an enjoyable alfresco dining experience by the river, but it also houses Bangkok’s first-ever Cheese Room (pictured at the top of the page) featuring a selection of 75 distinct types of cheese from the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. Hot tip: the cheese selection is part of the dinner buffet that starts at B1,800 nett per person on weekdays, and B2,200 per person for brunch on Sundays. You know what to do.

Sushi Cyu
Enjoy the opportunity to dine at an omakase Japanese restaurant for an affordable price when you visit Sushi Cyu at Central World mall. The interior is enhanced with a combination of wood, glass, and soft lighting. Loose white pebbles neatly line a floor segment in true Japanese minimalist fashion, as if to create a sense of serenity. In such a calming ambience, it is only natural to slip into thoughtful reflection on each dish crafted to perfection by the skilled hands of Sushi Cyu’s chef.

Their omakase set is a steal at B1,680, considering most omakase sets in Bangkok cost around B3,200 and that Sushi Cyu uses ingredients imported directly from Japan thrice weekly. Complete your meal with a sweet ending of homemade creamy charcoal ice-cream.

Sushi Cyu | Address: 3rd Floor, Central World, 999/9 Rama 1 Road, Bangkok, Thailand | Tel: +66 65 731 4844

Urbani Truffle
The name’s a giveaway – this restaurant is proudly owned by world-renowned truffle distributor, Urbani Tartufi, so you can expect a menu of Italian classics, many of which are creatively infused with truffle oil. Listed as one of the best restaurants in Bangkok by Thailand Tatler, this classy establishment boasts a spectacular view of the city skyline from the 39th floor of Sathorn Square. With prices that can go up to B5,500++, the 3-course lunch sets are a fantastic deal, starting at only B690. You can always ask your Hilton Concierge to help out with reservations.

Urbani Truffle | Address: Sathorn Square, 39 floor, Building, 98 North, S Sathon Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand | Tel: +66 2 233 1990

So, if you’re on a hunt for the best restaurants in Bangkok, be sure to include these six on your list! Ask your Hilton Concierge for smart tips on the easiest way to get to these Bangkok restaurants, they’ll ensure you don’t keep those hunger pangs waiting.

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