Restaurants in Silom
Silom is one of Bangkok’s most lively drinking and dining spots, packed with old favourites as well as plenty of new dining venues making a name for themselves.
Some of the city’s most exciting chefs, including international chef Ian Kittichai are opening up new projects in the area and even unlikely spots, such as Silom soi 7, an unassuming little side street, has seen two of Bangkok’s hottest openings spring up in the last year; Le Du and Namsaah Bottling Trust.
Eat Me has been called a veteran of the Bangkok dining scene, yet they think their restaurant feels as fresh and as alive as ever. Head chef Tim Butler, who hails from New York, exhibits genuine creativity in the kitchen, fusing influences from around the world. Dishes are characterised by daring flavour combinations, which showcase a kaleidoscope of international ingredients in starters such as Alaskan scallops with avocado, yuzu and pancetta...
Scarlett Wine Bar and Restaurant on the 37th floor of the Pullman Hotel Silom serves great international cuisine with superb views of Bangkok ever-changing sea of skyscrappers. From the moment you enter the vast restaurant you are instantly immersed in a warm atmosphere, and the tension of the outside world fades away.
In a city that has its fair share of outstanding roof-top restaurants, Banyan Tree Bangkok’s Vertigo Grill & Moon Bar on Sathorn Road remains a premier hot spot for al fresco dining. Perennially popular with the capital’s glitterati, expats and well-heeled tourists, the lofty 61st floor eatery offers jaw-dropping 360-degree views of the city skyline.