Published on February 11th, 2009 | by Ozlem Avcioglu0
For best traditional home style Thai food in Bangkok Thiptara is the best choice.
Located on the bank of the Chao Phraya River, under the Peninsula hotel, an original Thai compound has been recreated for here. You sit on a wooden-deck of extravagant wood slabs which can be seen on articles from this page. You are nested inside a tropical garden nestled under a giant banyan tree. Teak -wood open-air pavilions, or salas were shipped from the ancient Thai capital Atutthaya and reassembled for Thiptara, giving the impressions of a Thai village.
The menu has all the Westerner’s Thai favourites like tom yum goong soup, pad Thai noodles, green chicken curry as well as the Thais’ Thai favourites, such as spicy catfish salad, spicy and sour shrimp curry with sesban flowers, and fish dumpling curry with pea aubergines.
If you are planning to make a pleasure trip to Bangkok you need to visit The Londoner, the best Sports bar Bangkok located;
Established in 1997, a 40 year old veteran of Thailand (originally from London) decided that Bangkok lacked a decent British pub to have
a beer and watch sporting events…. And so he established the Londoner Brew Pub, now Bangkok’s oldest micro-brewery. We pride ourselves on offering casual but high quality food and superb house brewed craft beer, with great service in a relaxed, family-friendly, atmosphere.
With an exceptional cooking team led by Chef Yao, Captain of the Thai National Cooking Association, The Londoner restaurant offers only the finest of ingredients in all our food. Lamb shanks and minces from New Zealand, quality steaks and chopped beef for our burgers are imported from Australia, the US, and Argentina and we use only the best renewable farmed fish sourced from the volcanic lake, at
From Battering our fish and chips in our craft brewed beer, to the six hour preparation required for our signature Lamb Shanks, all our dishes are specially tailored by Chef Yao to offer a unique taste