Tsubohachi offers over 14 menus made of three different kinds of crabs from Japan in “Kani Festival by Hokkaido Tsubohachi”as part of celebratingone year anniversary of Hokkaido Tsubohachi in Thailand, with over 40 years of guaranteed quality and delicious perfection.
Jiro is a funky Sushi bar and restaurant space established by four ambitious sisters to celebrate their shared love of all things Sushi. The sisters searched all over Bangkok, scouring the streets in search of the best flavours they could find. They took all the best bits and took note of the not so good bits and they incorporated this into their own business concepts, rolling the key ingredients together into one combination perfect sushi.
Ban Khun Mae is a traditional Thai restaurant it’s incredibly easy to get to at just a stone’s throw away from the BTS station, Siam. If it wasn’t for the steady stream of hungry diners you’d almost forget you are in a buzzing megatropolis scrape.
With such a wide range of places to eat andchoice of cuisines that cater for everyone’s taste, there comes big competition amongst restaurants in Bangkok.
People here seem to go crazy for the latest trend of restaurant scene and Sushi is high on the cards, not just for hi-so customers. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite, a meal for two or a place to meet a group, Sushi Masa is a contemporary modern Japanese inspired restaurant which is definitely worth a visit.
When it comes to crepes, many people would certainly ask where they can find authentic French crepes to indulge in Bangkok. Crêpes & Co. is a choice not to miss for those who adores authentic and tasty French crêpes. Situated in the Lang Suan Soi close to Central Chidlom and Mercury Ville, Crêpes and Co. can be found on a side street on Langsuan road, only ten minutes’ walk away from the Chidlom BTS station.