The wine guide to 4 Michelin star restaurants in Bangkok

If you are looking for fine dining in Bangkok, you have a lot of options. Here, Star Wine List's ambassadors Rasmus Poll and Fredrik Wohlrabe, pick their favourite Michelin star restaurants with great wine lists. Check out the guide!

  1. Phone: +66 2 659 9000

    Address: 48 Oriental Avenue Alley, Bang Rak

    Located in the historic 5-star Mandarin Oriental and with a view over the majestic Chao Praya River, Le Normandie is the grand old dame of French fine dining in Bangkok. Classic and elegant French haute cuisine and the immaculate service draws a mixed audience of affluent Thai regulars, in-house guests, foodies and people celebrating all milestones in life. We strongly recommend you to end your meal with a visit to the legendary Bamboo Bar, located on the ground floor of the hotel. Dinner jacket required for men and reservations are a must.

  2. Phone: +66 2 287 1799

    Address: 10 Soi Yen Akat 3, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa

    Located in a beautiful private house in a quiet residential area of Bangkok, Suhring serves modern, light and elegant German cuisine. The tasting menu showcases traditional German dishes and flavours in modern interpretations. The atmosphere is formal without being stringent, and the service is impeccable.

  3. Phone: +66 99 081 1119

    Address: 56, Sukhumvit, 26 Soi Ari, Klongton, Khlong Toei

    Sorn is a 2 star Michelin restaurant that serves hyper-local food, all sourced from Southern Thailand. The food is authentic in both taste and spice level with amazingly fresh ingredients used and beautifully presented. The clientele is a mix of well-to-do Thais and international foodies which creates a formal but relaxed atmosphere with the service being polite and professional.

  4. Phone: +66 855 19 95 18

    Address: 46/1 Sukhumvit 53, Klongton Nua, Wattana

    Gaa will open again in November 2020, in a new location in Bangkok. Experimental modern Indian cuisine in a beautiful setting, located inside a small street in central Bangkok. The food is eclectic and draws on as much local produce as possible, where the main attraction is their tasting menu that gets its inspiration from the entire subcontinent. The service is personal and down to earth while at the same time professional and accommodating.

    Gaa is temporarily closed.