Brand New Restaurants That You Have To Visit This March

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Bangkok always aims to beat the monotony and come up with something new. New restaurants are also part of Bangkok’s strategy to remain “the city of diversity”. Wondering which new restaurants you should check out this March. Here is a little guide:

1. Chicon

Chicon is a French restaurant, thanks to their chef Aurel Termini. You could get some of the most delicious traditional French dishes ever. Besides its amazing traditional French dishes such as poulet ecrevisse, pork feet and many other, Chichon is also well known for its fine cocktails that could be special-custom made by request.

Address: 142/21 Soi Suksawittaya, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 81 207 3077
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Chicon

2. Rock Restaurant and Bar

Rock Restaurant was established by the owner with origin from Boston, but it offers Traditional Asian and Thai dishes. The restaurant has two floors and the décor looks super exclusive and eye-catching. Besides the great meals, customers are very satisfied from their amazing cocktails and staff which are said to be very friendly and attendive.

Address:  Phahon Yothin 7 Alley, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Phone: +66 82 688 8200
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rockrestaurantandbar/

3. Dine in the Dark

Dine in the Dark is an experience completely different from the rest because the whole place is in complete darkness which is very unique on its own way. In addition, there are even some blind staff which still manage to guide you through the darkness and show you how to enjoy the dinner with the other senses.
When it comes to the food, they offer dishes from European and Asian cuisine as well as very tasty vegetarian food.

Address: 250 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02 649 8358
Website: http://www.dineinthedarkbangkok.com/

4. Avra

Avra is Greek restaurant which offers real Mediterranean food prepared by their Greek Chef Konstantinos Sarrimavrogenis. Some of the dishes that you could spot on their menu are: moussaka, gyros kotopoulo, pita bread, xtapodi me fava and much more. Except for the amazing dishes, you will also have the chance to taste their drinks prepared in a Greek style. In addition, what makes this place even more unique is its super eye-catching décor which is white-blue following the look of one of the most beautiful Greek islands, Santorini.

Address: Sukhumvit soi 33, Bangkok Hotel Lotus, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 258 2877
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/avragreekrestaurant/

5. Siam Spring Bistro

Siam Spring Bistro is a restaurant which offers traditional Thai dishes which are actually not so common, but yet very tasty. Some of the dishes are: nam prik kha pla salid, khang khow pueak, kaeng run juan etc.
For people who are not big fans of Thai traditional food, the restaurant has Western dishes and fine wines for a very affordable prices.

Address:  1st floor, Natural Place Suite, Sathorn soi 1, Sathorn Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 87 777 3555
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/siamspringbistro/

6. Sensi Restaurant

Sensi Restaurant is an Italian restaurant established by Italian-French couple where you could find very delicious Italian-Mediterranean and European dishes. Each of the dishes is combined with fine wine suggested by the waiter. The ambiance is very relaxing and friendly which makes this place a great choice to spend the evening with your family or friends after some busy, tiring day.

Address: Soi Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 17, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 117 1618
Website: www.sensibangkok.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kristina is a 21 years old student of Faculty of Arts, department of Philology. When she was 17 she left her home country, Macedonia, and moved to Bangkok, Thailand which she thinks is her home. She has been in Bangkok for 4 years now. She fell in love with Bangkok because of its seductive charm and diverse culture, as she says no other city in the world has. Her passion for writing and her enthusiasm and knowledge of Bangkok's lifestyle got interlaced which later made her way to Bangkok Expat Life.

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