Trisara Seafood in Phuket – Trisara, consistently ranked in the top 10 luxury hotels on the island of Phuket, Thailand, is opening a new ocean-side restaurant this month, Trisara Seafood. The restaurant has a private entrance, leading guests either to an outdoor, beachfront terrace under gently rustling palms or the elegant, refreshing interior. Designed along classic lines the restaurant is stylish without being pretentious.
Breeze at Cape Yamu in Phuket – Living up to its moniker, Breeze is caressed by light winds and straddles a beachside incline with views out over Cape Yamu and distant Phuket Town. Directly to the east lies Koh Yao Yai, Koh Maphrao, Koh Rang Yai and Koh Rang Noi. It’s a scenic spot to be in. A newcomer to Phuket’s fine-dining scene, Breeze offers modern and inventive cuisine featuring only the freshest possible ingredients and a menu that changes every few days in accordance with available local quality produce.
Cafe des Amis in Pattaya – Originally inspired by French cooking, menu has now evolved to encompass many diverse cuisines. They specialize in freshly cooked food, imported meats and steaks are fresh and never frozen. one of the best-stocked bars that you will find anywhere, with over 150 different spirits and liqueurs, including 20+ boutique Gins; 50+ Fine Whiskeys and Cognacs, 10 Vodkas etc. Large wine cellar with over fifty labels from around the world and five different varieties of Champagne. Restaurant is situated in a very quiet road in a romantic Thai Bali-style house with a beautiful garden.
Nang Gin Kui in Bangkok – Austrian industrial designer and architect and his girlfriend Goy have developed the idea of transforming his own studio in the heart of China Town into a guerilla restaurant. The prerequisites: Goy’s excellent culinary skills, a sixty square metre lounge and a million-dollar-view on Asia’s most bustling river, the Chao Phraya.
The Emporia Restaurant in Bangkok – All dishes at Emporia are well presented and on the whole very good, especially the deep-fried shrimp wonton. This modern and casual Chinese restaurant is located on the EL floor in the Emporium Suites. It is a comfortable place to visit at any time for lunch or dinner.
JP French Restaurant in Bangkok – dining menu will excite your senses, and the menu is composed of the classics of french cuisine prepared by talented chefs that is inspired by tradional recipes and enjoyed in a romantic setting in Bangkok City.
Rod Ded Isan restaurant in Bangkok – The Isan food at Rod Ded never fails to satisfy. Vegetables are fresh, the chilies taste like they are straight from Isan, and they tend to make dishes vibrant and sour. Located just a 5 minute walk from Victory Monument BTS station and opposite the street from King Power complex, Rod Ded Isan restaurant is in a great location. Spicy papaya salad (som tam) is one of those quintessential Isan dishes that you can’t afford to miss at Rod Ded. Larb is another crowd pleaser.