Best Restaurants in Sathorn Bangkok – Dine at the best

Bangkok is growing in popularity as one of the most sought-after destinations by many travellers. The effect of the city is such that it turns even the ordinary traveller into a hardcore foodie! Here are a few of the most popular Sathorn restaurants to hit up.

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Issaya Siamese Club

Within the walls of a colonial surrounding within a shelter built to the same style is a kitchen filled with some of the most delicious delights waiting to jump into your mouth. Once a street-food vendor and now a celebrity, Ian Kittichai takes great pride in serving guests a contemporary version of Thai street-food.

Supanniga Eating Room

Bringing together the experiences of fine dining and a homely atmosphere, this is also where cuisine from eastern and western Thailand fuse together. The result of this is nothing less than absolutely fabulous, especially inside your mouth!

Blue Elephant

Being a popular chain even in overseas markets, Blue Elephant is both a fine dining restaurant and a prestigious cooking school. The interiors are set in traditional Thai style while the food served here sticks to the classics.

Street food on Sathorn Soi 11 (Soi St Louis)

One of the must-try foods is Thailand is without a doubt the street-food here! Not far from hotels like Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, the neighbourhood known as Sathorn Soi 11 is the foodie haven you’ve been on the lookout for!




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A Foodies Guide to Tianjin – Delighting your taste buds

Boasting an amazing urban façade in China, Tianjin is quite popular for its scrumptious cuisine too! Particularly the seafood and river produce dishes! If you are a first-time traveller here, then you ought to know the dished to look out for in Tianjin.

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Tianjin Seafood

Taking the location of the city into account, it is no wonder that the locals have come up with fantastic seafood dishes that bring out the exquisite taste of the succulent crab and shrimp! Try out some of the unique dishes served in generous helpings at restaurants like Fanzhuang and Tianyi Square.


This snack that originated in Tianjin is well-loved in China. The treat dates back to over 150 years in the past. Prepared with half fermented flour, the buns give out a delicious aroma that is sure to tickle your foodie senses! These snacks can be found on in eateries close to Somerset International Building Tianjin and also in Japan, Korea and even the US!

Shibajie ma hua

This tongue twister is the name of a food item that is sure to get you addicted! These fried dough twists are crusty in texture with a sweet flavour and alluring fragrance too. Those staying in Tianjin corporate housing complexes often head out to the street to grab a taste of Shibajie ma hua.

Er duo yan zha gao

Yet another tongue-twisting name of a delicious delicacy from Tianjin! But do you know what it means? When translated to English it means ear-hole fried cake! Curious to know what this tastes like? With a crunchy exterior and the inside filled with sweet red bean paste, this cake sure sounds like a delightful snack!

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Healthy food in Hong Kong – The coolest spots for healthy eating

Hong Kong is known for a lot of things, including amazing healthy eating spots dotted around the island. Healthy eating is an adventure in itself, so if you’re looking for protein dishes, yummy salads, and acai bowls, Hong Kong has you covered.

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Depending on what you’re in the mood for, Veda has got you covered. Whether it’s a curry or congee, you’re definitely in good hands when you visit Veda. 10-minutes from Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong, this healthy eating spot is a must visit to satisfy your salad cravings.

Fete Up

One of the best spots in Sheung Wan for salad boxes, Fete Up offers two main types where you can pick your own choice of grains, proteins, and vegetables. It caters to both vegetarians and meat eaters.

Supa Bowl

If you’re into smoothies and acai bowls, Supabowl is a restaurant in Wanchai that comes to mind when one speaks of healthy eating! If you’re on the lookout for something tasty, guilt-free and Instagram worthy, then Supabowl is the place for you. You’ll find a wide range of vegan and vegetarian acai bowls.

SpiceBox Organics

An ideal spot for the health conscious, SpiceBox organics is a beloved health food store. It is also a deli that serves vegan and vegetarian treats, so for your dose of healthy and low-fat food items, look no further!

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