CHAPTER 3 : THE RESTAURANTS
Take an elevated culinary journey with flavors, recipes and techniques dating back to the time of Rama IV.
Discover newness in the traditional and boldness in the seemingly ordinary to experience a totally unique take on fine Thai cuisine in the heart of the city.
1823 TEA LOUNGE BY RONNEFELDT
One of the world’s oldest tea traders dating back to 1823, has brought its very first tea lounge to Thailand at Gaysorn Shopping Centre.
The commitment to offer new experiences to visitors is clearly realized as rich Bavarian heritage which is integrated with modernity to offer delicious signature tea collections and time honored bakery goods.
Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar
Yet another first in the extensive Gaysorn F&B experience is the Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar.
With a historical root in fine glassware dating back to the time of King Louis XV in France, iconic Riedel glassware can now be utilized to enhance wines of all varieties. This new wine bar concept is a treasure for wine connoisseurs of Bangkok and the world.
Charming and quaint, the Provence restaurant is synonymous with quality and tradition. Both western and Thai menus offer a world of flavors.
As one of the most recognizable purveyors of traditional Thai boat noodles in the city for over 30 years, nostalgic bliss is shared by both older and newer generations.
THE COOK @ AMARIN PLAZA
Eat like a local and experience the best street food dishes in Bangkok at The COOK.
Affordable and conveniently located at Amarin Plaza, delicious and authentic Thai food favorites are only minutes away.