Thursday, August 09, 2007

vietnamese food in bangkok


Vietnamese Food in Bangkok.

Oh well.. lately, I am kind of obsessed with Vietnamese food, especially, with Pho.

Surprisingly, in Bangkok there are not many of good Vietnamese food around.
I mean since we are being very close to Vietnam, We should have lots of their food around here eh ?
Anyway, I have tired to search for them and here below is the list of Vietnamese restaurants in Bangkok where I will go visiting and will write about later..

Dao Vien
@ Baan Silom
653 Silom soi 19
Bangkok 10500
T. 02 266 7812

Le Dalat Indochine
14 Sukhumvit Soi 23
Bangkok 10110
T. 0-2661-7987

Le Danang
Sofitel Central Plaza Hotel
1695 Phahonyothin Road
Bangkok 10900
T. 0-2541-1234

Ngon Lam
Top Market Place
Soi Thonglor
Sukhumvit 55
Bangkok 10110
T. 02 381 3278

Pho (Pathumwan)
Alma Link Building
25 Soi Chitlom
Ploenchit Road
Bangkok 10330
T. 0-2251-8945

Saigon
Asia Hotel
296 Phaya Thai Road
Bangkok 10400
T. 0-2215-0808

Saigon Rimsai
108/4 Sukhumvit 65
Bangkok 10110
T. 02 714 2207

Sweet Basil (Ekkamai)
Sukumvit Soi 63
(Soi Ekkamai)
Bangkok 10110
T. 0-2381-2834-5
Sweet Basil (Silom)
1 Soi Pramuan
Silom Road
Bangkok 10500
T. 0-2238-3088

Thang Long
82/5 Soi Lang Suan
Bangkok 10330
T. 0-2251-3504

Thien Duong
Dusit Thani Hotel
945 Rama 4 Road
Bangkok 10500
T. 0-2235-0450

Uncle Ho
Imperial Queen's Park Hotel
199 Sukhumvit Soi 22
Bangkok 10110
T. 0-2261-9000

Actually, I have already tried some of them...

Le Dalat Indochine is a fine dining restaurant - kind of (very) expensive. But the food is extremely good. The Restaurant itself is exotically very well decorated. Good for taking your date there. ;)
Rate : *****

Pho @ Foodloft- Central Chilom - Pho is Good enough and not expensive at all and the concept of Fooloft itself is relaxing & casual. Everyone can go enjoy the food and be at ease there.
Rate : ***

Ngon Lam @ Thonglor - Their food is good enough but not that impressive. To be fair to them, if you were a noodle-lover, then you would be happy enough with their Pho.. though it tastes more a bit like Thai noodles.
Rate : ***

Thang Long @ Lang Suan - Food is good enough for what you have paid for. Pho is good. The Restaurant is well decorated.
The service that needs to be improved!!
Rate : ****




Note : All of pictures in this post were taken from "Thang Long"

Cook Book Recommendation : If you are interested in Vietnamese food and be interested in knowing more about it, then you should get this book.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket "Into the Vietnamese Kitchen"
I have found this book through "Chez Pim"

2 comments:

prayer said...

you should check out xuan mai on sukhumvit 11. sunday evenings are great because sometimes the owner brings stuff in fresh from vietnam that same day. i think they have a few unconventional dishes. anything is pretty much good including the homemade juices.

Anonymous said...

these are Thai people make pho, it taste terrible, they have no basic of how a pho bow should taste like, im planning to open a pho rest. and ask a vietnamese cook to come to Thailand to make pho 100% vietnamese.
how's that sound?