Restaurant review

Angelini’s New Chef, Shangri-La Bangkok

Angelini’s New Chef, Shangri-La Bangkok

Over the past few years Italian restaurants in Bangkok has mushroomed. There are a number of pizza joints, family style Italian restaurants as well as extravagance fine dining Italian cuisine. Whether cheap or expensive, Bangkok has it all. For the fine dining category, Angelini at Shangri-La has always come to mind as it has consistently […]

| November 13, 2012
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Villa Be Your Guest

Villa Be Your Guest

My first time here was a couple of months ago, when they had the INEDIT beer and Spanish tapas party. The first impression to the restaurant was a very homey, relaxed and laid back ambiance, a house convert to a restaurant with luscious garden and a pool. And it was the first time I tried […]

| November 6, 2012
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Medici Kitchen & Bar

Medici Kitchen & Bar

Medici is an Italian restaurant located at the basement floor of the Muse hotel in soi Langsuan. Walking down the staircase from the lobby, it first appeared to me; the space, décor and styling is influenced by the gothic period, dark with rhythmic truss bracing. After spending the time to carefully observe the décor it […]

| October 9, 2012
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il cielo set lunch at the Dusit Thani

il cielo set lunch at the Dusit Thani

Went by the Dusit Thani the other day, luckily it was lunch time. I found out they have a new set lunch menu at the Italian venu “il cielo”. The price was very reasonable 2 course for 690, 3 course for 850. We decide to try 3 course; appetizer, main and dessert. 

| September 13, 2012
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KiSara @ the Conrad (previous name Drinking Tea Eating Rice)

KiSara @ the Conrad (previous name Drinking Tea Eating Rice)

When I heard that Drinking Tea Eating Rice is having a new menu created by the new chef, I thought it would be a good opportunity to come by and check this place out. Drinking Tea Eating Rice is located at the Conrad Bangkok on wireless road. It’s been awhile since I’ve been here. With […]

| September 11, 2012
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Art of Thai Cuisine @ Blue Elephant

Art of Thai Cuisine @ Blue Elephant

During August and September each year, the Blue Elephant Cooking School & Restaurant holds a special Food Festival to celebrate the anniversary of the magnificent Thai-Chin Mansion in which it is housed on Sathorn Road. In celebrating the heritage-listed mansion’s 109th Anniversary this year, Master Chef Nooror Somany Steppe has created a six-course “Art of […]

| September 7, 2012
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L’Appart Sofitel Sukhumvit

L’Appart Sofitel Sukhumvit

Let me see 1 2 3 4 5 6…12…. There’s more, but I can’t remember now. That is the number of roof top restaurant in Bangkok at the moment. Don’t get me wrong roof top restaurants are great. I love going to these venue. In general they provide open air dinning with panoramic views of […]

| September 3, 2012
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SO AMAZING CHEFS 2012

SO AMAZING CHEFS 2012

TUESDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER TO SATURDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER 2012 Titled So Amazing Chefs 2012, this gastronomic extravaganza offers various options, from morning and afternoon master cooking classes, held in various of the hotel’s distinctive restaurants and conducted by the maestros, to themed lunches and unique set-menu dinners where each of six or nine courses are prepared […]

| August 31, 2012
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DISCOVERING NEW TASTES AT VIE WINE & GRILL

DISCOVERING NEW TASTES AT VIE WINE & GRILL

Introducing the all-new a la carte menu at VIE Wine & Grill. Designed by our French executive sous chef, the menu includes a wide variety of traditional French dishes that compliment each other. Our head chef, who recently completed a workshop with the legendary Marco Pierre White, adds a modern twist with some signature culinary […]

| August 31, 2012
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Shintaro

Shintaro

After coming back from Tokyo I’ve been craving for Japanese cuisine. Been trying out many Japanese restaurant lately and really couldn’t have enough.  One place I always think of is Shintaro at the Four Season Hotel Bangkok. This time I was here on a week day, there were only a few tables available. The eatery […]

| August 16, 2012
Zuma Bangkok

Zuma Bangkok

Zuma Bangkok is one of the restaurants that we have been looking forward to trying not only because of the rave reviews from friends but also its long-standing reputation around the globe. Located in the luxurious St. Regis Bangkok, very few Japanese restaurants in Thailand offer a fine dining experience like Zuma. Once we enter […]

| August 13, 2012
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New Chef’s Table Menu at VIU

New Chef’s Table Menu at VIU

Having dined at VIU several times, I know that I was in for a special treat when Chef Leonardo Concezzi launched his new Chef’s table menu. The ambience at VIU has always been very relaxing. However, sitting in front of the kitchen here is unlike any other chef’s table, the kitchen is like stage where you watch a […]

| July 24, 2012
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Christian Ham Wine Dinner

Christian Ham Wine Dinner

I didn’t know what I was getting myself into, by accepting the invitation to this event. I found out the hard way, by turning up. At D’sens, the top floor of the Dusit Thani Bangkok; I found myself with a couple of big wine gurus. That’s a guarantee the wine should be good. We had […]

| July 12, 2012
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Kaiseki at Nadaman Shangri-La, Tokyo

Kaiseki at Nadaman Shangri-La, Tokyo

The Tokyo dining scene is as vast as the urban structure of the city. There are just so many varieties to choose from. My ideal choice for a restaurant would be; nice ambiance, nice view, exceptional service, and very good food. I’m sure there are an abundance of restaurants that fits, but my Tokyo trip is […]

| July 2, 2012
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Water library Thonglor

Water library Thonglor

Click and drag on the image to change perspective.Click on the thumbnails to change view. Click to view fullscreen. We were very impressed with the first Water Library in Chamchuri square. We knew there is another branch in Soi Thonglor that open in January, but didn’t have a chance visit until recently. Arriving at the Grass […]

| June 27, 2012
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Lord Jim’s New menu

Lord Jim’s New menu

Coming from Bangkuntien which is on the Thonburi side on a rush hour weekday, to make it on time, I had to park my car at the Sala Rim Nam which is on the opposite side of the Mandarin Oriental. It was quiet convenient. If I were to go the Oriental directly it would have […]

| June 7, 2012 | 0 Comments
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