I’ll be in Bangkok later this month. I’d appreciate any food suggestions from readers.
Siam Wisdom ‘Thai Ancient’ Dishes
I’ve never eat such spicy papaya salad…
I’m going to return to Nahm, a restaurant which is controversial to many. The Australian-born chef David Thompson is the first person to win a Michelin star for Thai cooking, a distinction earned for his former London outpost.
This has been called the best restaurant in Asia and one of the best restaurants in the world. But it has neither the expense nor the pretension of most of the other restaurants that wind up on these sorts of lists. I found it to be top notch, original and creative, traditional Thai food in a relaxed atmosphere with service that was rather mediocre. I can’t wait to eat their food again.
Dining Room at Nahm
There are plenty of great restaurants in Bangkok, at both the high and the low end. Besides returning to Nahm, where should I go during my 3 nights there?