From local specialties to international cuisine, Bangkok is a capital city with all the dining that honeymooning couples could want. So whether you’re in the mood for dumplings and soup from a street stall, Mediterranean fish or French cooking, Bangkok restaurants offer a little something for everyone. With some of the most celebrated street food in the world, you definitely want to try out some of the varied and unique options offered through the city’s food stalls, but there are plenty of more intimate, formal dining options here as well. Take a look!
- EAT ME. With a name like that, it would be hard to not devour any of the delectable dishes at this international-style café. With outdoor dining in a tropical garden setting, Eat Me has a laid-back, joyful vibe. The creative menu has everything from risotto with black truffle to succulent pork chops.
Address: 20 meters off Convent Rd. (in Soi Pipat 2)
Phone: 66 223-80931
- SEVEN SPOONS. On the outskirts of Bangkok’s Chinatown, hidden among greenery lies Seven Spoons, a true culinary treasure. With minimalist modern décor and an extensive vegetarian menu, Seven Spoons is a unique eatery. Their Mediterranean-inspired cuisine is enhanced with locally grown produce and organic ingredients.
Address: 211/8 Chakkrapatipong Road
Phone: 66 262-84588
- NANG GIN KUI. If you’re longing for home in a foreign land, Nang Gin Kui will suit your dining style. This “underground” private dining lounge is on the 15th floor of Residence Building. Florian, the owner hosts the event, which boasts a menu of ten-course meals. Guests lounge with a beautiful view of the River of Kings. They only host 25 people at a time, so guests are ensured an attentive staff of servers. Along with their exceptional hospitality, you can meet fellow travelers at one of their “meet and greets,” making your dining experience truly a social event.
Address: Charoen Krung Rd.