Restaurants and Bars in Thailand – A Visitor’s Delight

Thailand offers a myriad of restaurants and bars for the visitor. Many outstanding restaurants and bars offer a delightful experience such as those listed below.

 

Zense

Located atop Central World Zense is offers a dining experience that encompasses the best of several cuisines. Serving Italian, Japanese, Indian and Thai dishes Zense also boasts a balcony with spectacular views of Bangkok.

 

Breeze

To get the best out of your holiday ensure to stay in luxury hotels in Phuket. Lazing on the beach, watching the world go slowly by and feeling refreshing ocean breezes as an endless azure horizon stretches before you; this is what a coastal getaway is all about. Located within the plush confines of Anantara Layan Phuket Resort, the Breeze beachfront pool bar consists of chilled beers, mocktails, fresh juices, and specialist cocktails as your mood dictates each day.

 

Sala Rattanakosin

This fine dining hub features house-blended beverages served at its fashionable rooftop bar where cocktails are equally refreshing. Housed within a 4 story structure Sala Rattanakosin is reserved for high-end wining and dining for discerning pallets.

 

Sirocco Sky Bar

As its name indicates this is another outstanding bar offering sensational panoramic views of the vibrant city. The actual bar is shaped like an oval, and surrounded by safety barriers. There is no doubt that the Sky Bar is an inspiring place to enjoy your favourite drink.

 

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Street Food in Riverside Bangkok – A Treat for the Taste Buds

If you want a cuisine that goes a step further and combines spiciness, bold flavours and is easy on the wallet, try out Thai street food. Thailand is teeming with sobme of the best Bangkok restaurants, street food, so you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.

 

Victory Monument

The Victory Monument area is considered to be a great locality in which to enjoy outstanding street food in Bangkok. This is not surprising as the locality is one of the city’s primary transportation centres where countless commuters arrive and depart to various destinations in the city.

 

Yaowarat (Chinatown)

Bangkok’s splendid Chinatown, called Yaowarat in the local language, without any doubt offers some of the finest street food in the entire city. Since only the best street food stalls can survive the competitive business environment in this part of the city, it is not surprising that only the finest remain.

 

Ratchawat Market and Sriyan Market

You will probably encounter Ratchawat first, where you will find a splendid array of street-side restaurants offering treats such as Kobe beef noodles, roast duck and many other flavourful dishes. Be sure to reserve your stay at a centrally located hotel such as AVANI Riverside Bangkok Hotel which offers close proximity to the best street food in town.

 

Bang Khun Non

This well-reputed street food district is renowned for featuring some of the finest street food in all of Bangkok. You will find some outstanding restaurants in this locality, serving up delicacies like pork leg over rice (khao ka moo), pink noodle soup (yen ta fo) and pbet yang (roast duck).

 

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Food dishes to try out in Singapore – Singapore’s food guide

Singapore is not only known for its many recreational and cultural hubs but also its reputation as a food lover’s haven. When in search for restaurants in Farrer Park, you will come across many Malay and Indian restaurants scattered across the town near hotels the likes of Park Hotel Farrer Park.

Singapore's food guide | Image Credit - JB Macatulad, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikipedia Commons

Singapore’s food guide | Image Credit – JB Macatulad, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikipedia Commons

Chilli Crabs

Singapore’s iconic national dish was created in the 1950’s at a restaurant that is still open for your orders! Add to this the fact that chef Mr Hooi; who invented this inspiring dish is still there – in his 80’s. The chilli crab created by chef Hooi is, of course, the one to try; it is an amalgamation of rich meat stock, lime and spicy sambal.

Bak Chor Mee

This is a devilishly spicy dish that will have you asking for more. The noodle dish is heavenly with added combinations of sambal pork and vinegar which provide the expected flavours of tang and spiciness. Bak Chor Mee consists of soy sauce, meatballs, soft slices of pork, dumplings, liver and crispy pi her which is dried fish bones.

White Pepper Crabs

This is a dish that will rock your taste buds. It is a combination of oyster sauce, fish sauce, spring onions, corn, pepper powder, sesame oil and crab seared at high temperatures in a wok – the combination is truly unique and the flavours out of this world.

Sup Tulang

A left over’s soup that has taken Singapore by storm – Sup Tulang is basically shank bone boiled down with tomato paste and spices; best mopped up with bits of baguette. A delicious concoction Sup Tulang was born when street side kiosks ran out of Indian style mutton curry broth.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

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