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Mango Tree On The River – Bangkok Best Dining. About: Give your evening a little extra buzz by arriving via the restaurant’s own speedboat service, which leaves hourly from Sathorn Pier starting from 5:10 p.m., and stopping also at the Oriental and Si Phraya piers.
The boat moors outside the Mango Tree at Yodpiman River Walk, which is the new mall built in a long, linear strip where the Pak Klong Talat wholesale market stalls used to stand. This development has actually cleaned up what was a scruffy area, and the dealers now work out of booths on the ground floor, with the upper decks housing shops and restaurants.
Mango Tree is a very well-known and respected brand of Thai restaurant here and overseas, and they occupy large and handsome premises; the main deck houses the restaurant, while on the second floor there is a bar, and on the third floor a private room. Menu: There is an outstandingly large selection of cocktails and spirits, and a dry martini or three at only 230 baht a pop made a very pleasant sundowner. Red Sky – Bangkok Best Dining. About: The next time you are in the vicinity of CentralWorld, look up to the top of the Centara Grand tower where, rising from the 55th floor is an arched structure that represents a lotus blossom emerging.
Directly behind that structure is the open deck of Red Sky, and the indoor seating area; there is also the Red Sky Bar, and elevated slightly above all this the Cru Champagne Bar. Décor: As with most rooftop restaurants the view is the décor, and here you have 360-degree views that from this height seem to show the curvature of the earth. We took a table next to the glass screen on the Rajaprasong side of the roof, looking down at the wriggling rows of lights around what any Bangkok taxi driver will tell you is the most congested junction in the city. Both the outdoor and the indoor areas are however cosily lit, and with the restaurant and bars consistently busy there is a convivial atmosphere.
THAI FOOD LOVES NEW ZEALAND WINE – Bangkok Best Dining. Partnering wine with Thai food can be vexing particularly with the overwhelming preference Thai’s have for red wine.That said any number of pinot noirs and merlots found on most local retail shelves are reliable options owing to their lower levels of tannin compared to cabernets and syrahs.
It’s tannin, that compound in red wine making your mouth pucker, that tends to accentuate hot pepper spices found in many Thai dishes. White wines are usually safer bets for enjoying everything on a Thai table whether it includes red meat, chicken or fish. New Zealand’s famous sauvignon blanc with its piquant acidity and herbal flavors holds its own with som tam as well as tom yum gung. OMAR FRANK MARUY – Bangkok Best Dining. Ingredients: Sea Bass 100 g Red Chili 5 g.
Kom Ba Wa – Bangkok Best Dining. By : RADHIKA C. 23 March 2017 Kom-Ba-Wa, one of Frederic Meyer’s culinary venture is situated in a stylishly converted single story shophouse in Soi Suanplu off of Sathorn Road.
The decor combines artistic antique decorations from Japan and France which include a collection of early 1920s postcards in Kiri wood from Nagoya province to a majestic French brass chandelier. The walls are lined with commissioned wallpaper that was especially printed for the restaurant. Black Box Cafe – Bangkok Best Dining. Mahatun Plaza is becoming quite a hangout for foodies.
At Black Box Cafe the main color here is black, accented with whites, browns and yellows. One of our party described it as “industrial funk”. No matter what you call it, the scene is relaxing and pleasant, a place to simply hangout while enjoying some good food. Bangkok Best Dining on Biz-find Thailand directory Biz-find Thailand. Bangkokbestdiningblog. Editor S Picks Of The Month April 2017 – Bangkok Best Dining. STILL CHEAP BUT NOT FOR LONG – Bangkok Best Dining. An evening out in Bangkok can run the gamut price-wise from a reasonable Bt1000 per person to multiple times that depending on one’s taste.A popular option in the lower price range with a steady following of those preferring conviviality to air conditioning is about to close after over three decades of unimposing presence.
Cheap Charlie’s can’t even claim to be a hole-in-the-wall, in the vernacular of low-end joints, because it’s an awning on-the-wall of a completely unrelated business just off Sukhumwit Soi 11. No a/c, no kitchen, not even a proper hong-nam. It’s the vision of Charlie Butkajang who after working around U.S military forces stationed in Thailand following the Vietnam conflict learned that simple is often better when it comes to a place to unwind and enjoy a few drinks. Articles in the International Herald-Tribune and numerous other publications plus CNN, gave Cheap Charlie’s a global reputation as a “must see” venue in the City of Angels. Written by: R.