The original Anna's Café in Soi Saladaeng was established in 1998. With its policy of quality fresh food, fast & friendly service, and excellent value for money, Anna's has established itself as a favourite among locals, expatriate residents and tourists alike.
118, Soi Saladaeng,Silom, Bangkok.
Tel: 02 632 0619-20
Two Pacific Place 142 Sukhumvit Bangkok 10110
Telephone : 02 653 2395-6
5th Floor, Central Department Store, Rama 3, Satupradit Road Chongnonsee Yannawa Bangkok Tel: 02 673 6474 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diethelm Tower B, Ground Floor, Wireless Road BangkokTel: 02 252 0864
Be My Guest
Be My Guest is a combination music and venue-bar-restaurant, combining a funky atmosphere with good food. Located in what could have been an old house years ago, this place has a certain comfortable charm making you feel instantly at ease. With wooden furnishings, the room has a worn, yet appealing ambience, conducive to entertaining groups of friends or co-workers.
43/2 Sukhumvit Soi 31Sukhumvit road, Bangkok
Tel: 02 259 2653, 02 662 0248
Bio Kitchen & Bakery
Open less than a year, this small, modern café is clean and simple, focusing its attentions on healthy, organically grown ingredients.
425/15 Soi Pipat 2 Silom Road Bangkok
Tel: 02 231 5333-4 Ext. 1154
Bourbon Street Restaurant (American)
Tucked away on Washington Square, this 13-year established restaurant bills itself as the only Cajun/Creole restaurant in Bangkok and that's true; however, some other restaurants have a few Cajun/Creole dishes but not the variety that you find here. Most dishes are quite representative of the tasty cuisine from the U.S. state of Louisiana, although not as spicy as you'd find them in their natural habitat.
29/4-6 Sukhumvit Soi 22 Shkhumvit Road, Bangkok
Tel: 02 259 0328
This is a great looking place that seems to capture perfectly the essence of an Eastern European dining room in a classic hotel or private residence. The heavy, dark furniture suggests a bygone age with wall hangings and tableware to reinforce the ambience. The dining room is rather compact, seating around 30 people, adding to a feeling of sophistication and exclusivity. The dishes are almost all classic Hungarian offerings.
413/5 3rd Floor, Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor) Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok
Tel:02 392 1881-2
Cha Cha An (Japanese)
Cha Cha An meaning'small house' is a bijou Japanese eatery with wooden interior, traditional floor seating, a long sushi bar and waitresses donned in Kimono-style outfits. Established 10 years ago as one of Bangkok's original Japanese haunts, the management is a Japanese-Thai partnership, which reflects their loyal after-work clientele. The menu is colourfully displayed in Japanese on cards hanging from the windows.
484 Siam Square, Soi 6 Henry Dunant Rd. Bangkok
Tel: 02 252 5038, 02 252 1135-6
Capri (Pan Pan)
pizzas and pastries to take away, fresh pasta, grated Parmesan cheese, ice cream
45 Soi Lang Suan, Ploenchit,
Circle Restaurant (American)
Bangkok's hippest Californian eatery presents its fusion cuisine with innovation and panache. Although they have a cigar lounge upstairs, the bottom line here is great tasting food, which is also good for your body, since emphasis is placed on using healthy ingredients, a perfect combination.
20/27-9 Ruam Rudee Village, Soi Ruam Rudee, Ploenchit, Bangkok Tel: 02 650 8047-8
Crepes & Co. (Creperie)
With the distinction of being Bangkok's only creperie for the last several years, Crepes & Co. has built up a good regular business, catering to those who appreciate its wide variety of main course and dessert crepes, all imaginatively created. The chef's creative use of ingredients produces some unusual combinations, that you're unlikely to see elsewhere.
18/1 Sukhumvit Soi 12 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok
Tel: 02 251 2895
Eat Me Restaurant (International)
The restaurant also doubles as gallery space with regular exhibition changes, drawing in a hip and arty set who indulge themselves by doodling on the tablecloths with complimentary colourful crayons (stops any toilet graffiti). Everything here is very reasonable, even the wine, which is uncommon in this city. All but four bottles are under Bt 1000 and there's some good selections here with weekly specials.
1/6 Soi Pipat 2, Convent Rd Silom Bangkok
Tel: 02 238 0931 or
02 233 1767