- Inside Thailand
- Thai Girls
- Meet Sexy Thai Girls
- Travel Guides
- Chiang Mai
- Hua Hin
- Koh Chang
- Koh Phangan
- Koh Samui
- Thai Escorts
Like many other areas in Bangkok, Ratchaprasong is home to many street vendor stalls as well as more established restaurants. These street stalls offer visitors the perfect opportunity to sample a wide variety of delicious but cheap dishes.
Other common dining spots in Ratchaprasong are the malls, especially CentralWorld, which has a large food court that serves a variety of cuisines.
One excellent option is the Erawan’s Urban Kitchen. Here you can choose from more than a dozen restaurants serving Thai and international cuisines.
The Spice Market at the Four Seasons is a stellar restaurant that is open for both lunch and dinner. Serving award-winning Thai foods, the Spice Market is meant to mimic the old spice markets once found throughout Thailand, including in Bangkok. The restaurant is both stylish and of excellent quality. The Thai food is inspired by many different regions, with a special emphasis on foods from the center of the country. The hotel is located at Soi Mahatlekluang 1. It opens at 11:30 and closes for the night at 10:30, although it is closed at midday between 2:30 and 6 p.m.
Serving seafood and Thai and Italian dishes, 100 Ratchadamri is a trendy venue that has a music lounge style. It is right near the BTS station yet the main door isn’t easily seen. 100 Ratchadamri is actually home to three dining venues, Tai Thai, Fallabella, and the Monkey Bar. The latter frequently features live music. These restaurants are open from 6:30 to midnight.