Top Restaurant in Thailand

1. The Dome at lebua (Bangkok)
Located on the 63rd floor of the Dome at State Tower, Sirocco perhaps offers one of the most
memorable dining experiences in Bangkok. The restaurant’s ambiance is not only second to
none but it also uses only the best ingredients from the world’s best market, deserving its
reputation as the finest Mediterranean cuisine under the stars.

2. Mekhala Cruise (Bangkok)
The Mekhala is a collection of three elegantly restored, beautifully crafted rice barges. The
barges provide the setting for overnight journeys between Bangkok and Ayutthaya – retracing
the paths of former royal processions. Your journey on the Mekhala starts in Bangkok and ends
in Ayutthaya / Bang Pa-in Summer Palace, or vice versa.

3. Venich Vanish Restaurant (Bangkok)
“Venice Vanich” (Merchant of Venice) is a translation by King Mongkut (Rama 6th) from
William Shakespeare’s play which depicts Venice, Italy, the city of commerce and picturesque
canals. This has lead to a comparison of Venice with old Bangkok as the “Venice of the East”.

“Venice Vanich” restaurant, situated on the banks of the great Chao Phraya (Jao-Pra-Ya) River
implements the concept and the atmosphere from the story, making Venice Vanich a
delightfully distinctive restaurant.

4. Siam Niramit Restaurant (Bangkok)
The performance is about Thailand’s arts and cultural heritage. This spectacular show is
performed on the gigantic stage listed in the Guinness World Records. The show features over
100 performers, lavish costumes and stunning set designs. Enhanced special effects and the
world’s most advanced technology are used to produce a very realistic, stimulating and
inspiring experience.

5. The Gallery Restaurant (Chiang Mai)
Enjoy the superb ambience of the Gallery. Our refined décor, along with our multitude of
dishes and drinks will ease you into the perfect Thai experience without you having to sacrifice
your Western comforts. With degrees of separation we offer quiet respite next to the tranquil
river, and if you prefer, a lively atmosphere facilitated by excellent live music renowned
throughout Chiang Mai.

6. Baan Suan Restaurant (Chiang Mai)
This is a classic Thai style restaurant serving a lot of special northern Thai food dishes as well
as several central Thai style ones.The restaurant is located near the Ping river . Featuring both
indoor and outdoor area.

7. Dinner Cruise Riverside (Bangkok)
There is a saying, “you shouldn’t miss the Seine when in Paris, the Thames when in London,
and the Chao Phraya when visiting Bangkok.” There are several options for a sightseeing trip
along the Chao Phraya River – some might prefer a morning trip on a speedy long-tail boat
over an afternoon tour on a slowing-moving rice barge, and vice versa. But surely, no one
would refuse an evening dining and sightseeing on a luxurious cruise boat when in Bangkok.

8. Baan Rim Pa (Phuket)
From the exquisite tastes of Baan Rim Pa, one of Thailand’s most famous restaurants offering
Royal Thai cuisine, to the light, refreshing New World flavours at Joe’s Downstairs to la dolce
vita at Da Maurizio Bar Ristorante with the delights of Contemporary Italian cuisine, the Baan
Rim Pa Restaurant Group brings you Phuket’s finest dining experiences side-by-side on a rocky
outcrop by the sea at the north end of Patong beach.

9. On The Rock (Samui)
Samui’s ultimate dining experience takes place on nine cantilevered verandahs of weathered
teak and bamboo that yawn over the gulf. After sunset (and a glass of wine), guests feel like
they’re dining on a wooden barge set adrift on a starlit sea. Each dish on the six-course prix-
fixe menu is the brainchild of the experimental cooks who regularly experiment with taste,
texture and temperature.

10. Poppies (Samui)
Poppies Samui lies on a pristine white sandy beach in the Gulf of Thailand. Poppies Samui has
earned its reputation as Koh Samui’s most exclusive “boutique hideaway”. And Poppies
Restaurant offers the very best of international and Thai cuisine.