17 top wine restaurants in Bangkok
In Bangkok and looking for some great food to go with your wine? Here is the guide to some of the best wine restaurants in the city!
Phone: +66 92 907 2191
Address: Sukhumvit 21 Soi 3, Ocean Tower II, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok
This spacious restaurant offers well-made Italian food with a strong emphasis on sustainable and local produce. The Carbonara is a personal favorite and does not come much better elsewhere in Bangkok. There is also a bar for some light salumi and a glass of wine.
Phone: +66 2-714-8723
Address: 16 Thonglor Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana
Homely Italian food is the centrepiece in this small and intimate restaurant, located in one of the main entertainment areas of Bangkok. The owner, Roberto, can be seen slinging bottles and entertaining guests every night of the week, and his sense of Italian hospitality and knowledge of Italian wines has built a loyal clientele. The atmosphere is informal and cosy, and the prices are reasonable. A warm recommendation goes to the ever-changing roster of daily specials.
Phone: +66 2 238 0931
Address: 1, 6 Phiphat 2, Silom, Bang Rak
Located in a multi-stored building with an outdoor area for drinks and dining and a world-class bar, Eat Me is a restaurant with a lot of character and a guarantee for a lively atmosphere. The food is international, drawing on influences from around the world and made with world-class produce. The staff are welcoming, skilled and with a lot of personality.
Phone: +66 99 078 3444
Address: 490 Phai Singto Alley, Khlong Toei
A favourite amongst Thais and expats alike, this predominately al fresco restaurant is almost always packed with people. What lures the crowd in here are great prices on high-quality cold cuts, cheeses and oysters that the restaurant imports themselves. Well-made and reasonably priced main courses are also on offer as well as a great pastry selection. Service is busy, hardworking and a no-frills affair. Reservations are highly recommended.
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.
Phone: +66 98 883 1022
Address: 68 Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana
Although in a new location, this is the same team that got the original Gaggan restaurant its 2 Michelin stars and the number 1 place on Asia’s 50 Best list. The food is imaginative, eclectic and unlike anything else you’ve had before. The atmosphere is energetic and lively, with the service being full of personality and passion.
Phone: +66 2 168 8080
Address: Athenee Tower Ground Floor Unit D, 63 Witthayu Road, Lumphini Pathum Wan District, Bangkok
An institution in the dining scene in Bangkok, Gianni recently moved from the original location where Gianni himself had been cooking classic Italian food for more than two decades. Although the new location has sleeker interior and feels more proper, the food is as good as ever with a mixed loyal clientele of locals and expats.
Phone: +66 2 258 4744
Address: 231, 3 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana
Haoma is located in a quaint private house in a residential area of central Bangkok. The food is touted as Sustainable Neo-Indian cuisine with a heavy focus on local produce, including vegetables from their in-house hydroponic farm.
Phone: +66 92 919 9969
Address: 399/3 Silom 7 Alley, Silom, Bang Rak
Modern Thai fine-dining, using some of the best Thai produce in season and personal service are some of the hallmarks of Le Du. Known for its impressive achievements on the Asia’s 50 Best lists, Le Du serves experimental and modern Thai food that still stays true to the original flavors and cooking techniques of Thai cuisine. The service is impeccably carried out by Khun Tao and his team, who delivers professional but warm and genuine hospitality.
Phone: +66 2 287 2402
Address: 22 Soi Sathon 1, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon
Located in a beautiful house in a quiet small street, La Casa Nostra can sometimes make you forget that you are sitting in the hectic, bustling Bangkok. With both indoor and outdoor dining possible (and a Petanque court), La Casa Nostra is both a place for a business dinner, a quiet date, a family celebration or a bottle of wine and a cigar in the courtyard. The food is Italian with a heavy Sicilian lean, and the staff is friendly and attentive.
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.
Phone: +66 2 663 6686
Address: Soi Sukhumvit 22, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana
Located in the colourful and bustling Sukhumvit soi 22, No Idea is a favourite expat hunt that is known for its great atmosphere and its large wine selection at great prices. The food is classic comforting bistro food and the service is a charming yet no-frills experience.
Phone: +66 2 011 7480
Address: 34th - 36th Floor, Park Hyatt Bangkok, 88 ถนน วิทยุ, แขวง ลุมพินี, เขตปทุมวัน
Located on the 36th floor of the Park Hyatt in the middle of Central Bangkok, The Penthouse Bar + Grill is the epitome of metropolitan sleek. With an impressive view of the Bangkok skyline and a well-designed interior, this place draws a mix of affluent locals and tourists. The food is a 101 of high-end American steakhouse but at very reasonable prices, the quality, service level and venue taken into consideration. Start your evening with a cocktail at the restaurant’s rooftop that offers an unparalleled view of the Bangkok skyline.
Phone: +66 94 868 2639
Address: 14/2 Soi Somkid, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District
Located in the beautiful multi-venue Siri House, Quince’s is teeming with dark wooden interior, expensive furniture and an audience of young, affluent locals and expats. The food is Mediterranean upscale bistro fare with a strong emphasis on high-quality produce. The service is informal and personal while still attentive and professional.
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.
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.
Phone: +66 2 663 4466
Address: 9 Sukhumvit 20 Alley, Khlong Toei
Casual, fun and cosy, Jamon Jamon is the place to go for a light Spanish meal with friends and share a couple of good bottles of Spanish wines at reasonable prices. The atmosphere is informal and lively, and the service is personal and sincere. Food is classic Spanish comfort dishes and light tapas.