The Sathorn area of Bangkok is known for many things, in particular its incredible hotels, restaurants, and close proximity to many of Bangkok’s big businesses. If you’re new to the area, then you’ll be spoilt for choice so let us share with you our rundown of the five best restaurants you’ll find near your hotel in Sathorn, Bangkok.
This little Mediterranean restaurant is nestled alongside many other bars and restaurants on Soi 10. But what sets this place apart from the rest is its charming ambience, impeccable food and friendly service. Pull up a seat at the bar or choose a table inside or outside; wherever you sit, you’ll experience the warmth and expertise of the staff and often the amazing beats from the DJ mixing at the bar. We particularly like the chicken Milanese, miso brownie and the fantastic drinks menu. And if you’re feeling lazy, contact them to have their delicious food delivered directly to your hotel in the Sathorn area of Bangkok.
If you’re sitting in your hotel in Bangkok wondering where to go in Sathorn to get a taste of home, then look no further. We love visiting Kai New Zealand on a Sunday. That’s when you’ll find their delicious Sunday roasts. Choose from beef, lamb, pork or chicken, or choose a taste of all four. Wash it down with a delicious glass of red from their extensive wine list, but don’t forget to leave room for dessert. The Kai Sticky Date Pudding is a sweet, sticky masterpiece with whole dates in; it’s decadent and delicious – the perfect end to a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Situated in a stunning traditional colonial-style house on Sathorn Road, Blue Elephant Restaurant is your go-to for exquisite Thai flavors. In addition to the a la carte menu, you can select their set lunch menu or experience the multi-course tasting menu. With impeccable food and an ambience to match, this restaurant is a must for anyone booking a hotel in the Sathorn area of Bangkok.
4: Sky Bar
If your hotel in Sathorn doesn’t have a panoramic view of the city, then it’s time to get yourself to this iconic rooftop bar. You’ll probably recognize it from the movie The Hangover 2. This multi-award-winning bar is one of the highest in the world, with breathtaking views of Bangkok down below. The drinks don’t come cheap, but you wouldn’t expect them to. Unsurprisingly there’s a smart casual dress code that extends to children, too, so dress to impress and head on up for a sunset experience you’ll never forget.
At the head of this cozy, intimate restaurant in the heart of Sathorn, you’ll find French chef Clément Hernandez with over ten years of experience working in Michelin star restaurants. With the type of ambience that invites you to while away the evening, you can take your time over your food here. To start, we recommend a selection of starters and small bites, including the chicken croquetas and cured fjord trout, before moving on to the mains. The octopus leg and Iberico lamb loin are both standout dishes. Finish things off with their incredible dark chocolate mousse. They have a fab takeaway menu, too. So if you’re exhausted after a day of sightseeing, you can order the food directly to your hotel in Sathorn.
As you can see, Sathorn is a food lover’s dream. So, if you want to place yourself in the heart of the Sathorn foodie scene, book a stay at The Amanta Sathorn Hotel, offering perfect luxury accommodations for visitors to Bangkok.