Hunting for classic French cuisine in Bangkok

Posted by Sukhumwit Steve on July 15th, 2013 filed in Dining and wining

Dining options in Bangkok have mushroomed over the past five decades and international visitors are now able to choose from a cosmopolitan selection of restaurants. While Thai gastronomy is undoubtedly one of the planet’s most delicious, after eating it for a while a change is as good as a rest and it is nice to spurge on a French meal.

The Paris Bangkok Restaurant is located on Soi Saladang 1/1, near Lumphini Park, and the first choice of many Bangkokians for a celebration of Gallic delights. A la carte offerings include perennial favourites snails in garlic and parsley butter and flaming Cognac Chateaubriand steaks. A set price three-course lunch is a good budget option.

The Aubergine is farther down the same soi and housed in old diplomatic edifice. The menu here is so diverse that it is next to impossible to list all its gourmet gems. Close to Ploenchit Road, Le Beaulieu is located in the Athénée Tower’s lobby. Patés, bouillabaisse and oysters are among the delights created under the watchful eye of Chef Hervé. Le Beaulieu is trés chic yet imbued with a cordial aura designed to make guests feel at home.

Anybody out and about in Patpong might find Le Bouchon a good option. This well-established venue is on Soi 2 and what it lacks in stylish décor is more than made up for by the quality of its food. The 1Stop Bangkok guide to fine dining has more ideas about where to go for a meal to remember.


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