With Sukhumvit being a bustling tourist destination, there’s a lot of things to visit, see and enjoy. Between hotels and shopping centres, there’s plenty to keep you entertained. Once you’re done taking in the sights, you can head for your 5 star boutique hotel in Sukhumvit to relax, but let’s not forget one key aspect of taking a vacation: good food.
Thankfully, Sukhumvit’s not lacking on that front, with a lot of restaurants flanking the shopping centres and hotels, many options aren’t far from a good 5 star boutique hotel in Sukhumvit. Now, you might be thinking, that that feels somewhat overwhelming; where do you go for good eating? Well, that’s what this list is for. Now, let’s be honest, this isn’t a be-all, end-all list; don’t be afraid to look for new options, and always keep an open mind. Part of the fun of travelling is trying out new things, after all.
Bo.Lan (24 Sukhumvit Soi 52, near Thong Lor BTS Station Exit 1)
- Known for being one of the best Thai cuisine restaurant in the capital, Bo.Lan offers local cuisine amidst beautiful design and a small garden. For those who want programmes for their meals, the restaurant offers meal sets called “Bo Lan Balance”, which is comprised of a range of starters, soups, curries, plus desserts.
Freebird Restaurant Bangkok (28 Sukhumvit Soi 47, between Phomr Phong and Thonglor)
- Part of the new group of restaurants in the Thai capital with a focus on connoisseur cuisine in a casual environment. The Freebird specializes in Modern Australian and Pacific high-class cuisine, presented in a funky welcoming restaurant., born from the combined vision of Designer Alan Barr, Sarnies’ Ben Lee, Prime Society’s Dallas Cuddy and The Tippling Club’s Marcus Boyle.
Soul Food (56/10 Sukhumvit Soi Thonglor)
- Run by an American, Soul Food Mahanakorn offers traditional Thai cuisine in a quaint restaurant, with wood-lined furnishing. Located five minutes from the BTS, the restaurant uses fresh local produce to create classic Thai foods that taste like the best iterations of the country’s street food.
Enoteca (39 Sukhumvit Soi 27)
- Located at the end of a narrow street, Enoteca Italiana is considered as one of the most successful Italian restaurants in the capital. A popular destination, with a full shop daily, the restaurant’s eclectic collection of antique advertising signs line the walls, a lovely sight while enjoying the restaurant’s Italian dishes, like pigeon liver pate, roasted snow fish with N’duja chilli, and tenderloin of venison with artichoke, among others.