Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018: Three restaurants awarded Two Stars

Three two-star restaurants, 14 one-star restaurants and 35 Bib Gourmand restaurants selected by the first-ever Michelin Guide Bangkok, 2018. Three of Bangkok’s finest restaurants have each been awarded two Michelin Stars by the inaugural Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018, which was unveiled at an awards ceremony hosted at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Bangkok today. Indian restaurant…

Nadimos Authentic Lebanese:

Now listen up. We need to get a little serious and talk about your eating habits. I’ve been worried lately about the lack of nutrition and real food in your diet. What you need is an injection of Mediterranean goodness and more variety.

Kai New Zealand: Fantastic beefs
and where to find them

Kai offers some of the best-quality imported meats and a beautiful fish and chips. Come here if you want to be really healthy (fresh baby spinach salad with halloumi) or indeed really naughty (the fatty beef short rib with deep fried kumara).

Third time’s the Charm: Thai eatery

The best seats in the house on a balmy Bangkok evening are on the pavement out front or the balcony above. The majority of traffic is brought to the area by the customers so the road is comfortable and serene enough under the shadow of the Mahanakon, the skyscraper in Optimus Prime form.

Seven Spoons:
The Perfect Partnership

From international development to sustainable capitalism. A Canadian businesswoman, restaurateur and social entrepreneur is blazing a trail in Bangkok.

Esteamed dumplings:
Din Tai Fung, Bangkok

The primary visual attraction is the two glass-contained kitchens where Willy Wonka’s Oompaloompas (not the freaky Jonny Depp and Tim Burton knock off) kitted out in clinical-whites, hats and face masks as steam ascends in plumes all around them.

Uchu Peruvian Steakhouse: Just don’t order steak

It was a wet, dark night in Cuzco, and our metabolic clocks were striking thirteen. We had hunger and were desperate to find a cosy, snug, dark-lit environment in which to shelter from the rain.

There was an initial look of panic on the faces of the wait staff as we entered Uchu; the restaurant was virtually booked to capacity and they were desperate to accommodate us. A little juggling of the seating arrangements, however, and we were in, safe from the torrential, tropical downpour.