It's an extra big deal to get on Thailand Tatler's Best Restaurant guide in the category of Thai. As we're in the motherland of Thai cuisine, it's a fair expectation that Thai food here is the best in the world. If you're a real foodie and lover of Thai food, here are eight fine Thai restaurants you need to book ASAP:
Located at Gaysorn Village, Paste is one of our highest scoring Thai restaurants this year (83/100), offering authetic flavours with a stylish modern though in a setting ideal for any occasion. Read full review here.
Tied with Paste in score, Le Du by the talented chef Ton Thitid Tassanakajohn reinvents traditional Thai flavous with a modern flair and designs their menu based on the seasons, or in Thai—"le du". Read full review here.
One of Asia's most renowned restaurants, Nahm continuously impresses us with authenticity but also innovation when it comes to Thai cuisine. Read full review here.
Doing something original and refreshing is the 80/20 style. The Charoenkrung restaurant's experienced and creative team puts together sophisticated dishes with local ingredients. Read full review here.
Thailand's Eastern region gets a culinary spotlight at this unique Thai fine dining restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 33. Read full review here.
Iconically named Khao, which of course is rice in Thai, this contemporary restaurant is designed after rice barns but with a modern twist and highlights the culinary prowess of a former head chef at Mandarin Oriental, Vichit Mukura. Read full review here.
Sra Bua serves up exquisite molecular cuisine created by chef Henrik Yde-Andersen and, true to its name, has an impressive lotus pond in the middle of the restaurant. Read full review here.
Located at the stylish Siam Hotel, this equally atmospheric restaurant overlooks the Chao Phraya and is perfect for dates in which you are both craving delicious Thai food. Read full review here.