When visiting any countries, it is recommended to “do as the locals do” either what they eat or where they go.
First, it is a must to try Thai food with Michelin Plate. There are many Michelin Plate Thai restaurants in Ratchaprasong. It is awarded to restaurants where the inspectors have discovered quality food made with fresh ingredients.
Erawan Tea Room (Michelin Plate)
Settle in for a posh high tea in the centre of the city at Erawan Tea Room, where you can order appealing Thai treats by Chef Achara To-ussami and the famed Thai Afternoon Tea, which is tower of authentic Thai savory selections. The ambiance is warm and relaxing, decorated with tea-related products, like loose-leaf teas and serving containers, offering an authentic Thai feeling.
The classic Thai restaurant has been in business for years. Being committed to quality ingredients, handmade curry pastes, and homemade sauces from family recipes. Nara’s signature dishes include Tom Yum with shrimp, beef Massaman curry, crab curries, and Pad Thai. Experience professional cooking at its best.
Nai Ouan Yentafo Bateng Sao Chingcha (Michelin Plate)
This 50-year-old street food stand has served Yentafo (pink noodle soup) with fish balls to much fanfare. Enjoy them steamed or fried, and there is the option of adding salty pork to the dish. The flavors are intense and spicy, but not too spicy - just perfect for those who are not a big fan to spiciness or foreigners in the Ratchaprasong area.
Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam (Michelin Bib Gourmand)
Street food lovers can enjoy sumptuous chicken rice here. This humble chicken and rice stall has drawn a devoted fan base of locals and foreign visitors for more than 50 years. The aromatic Jasmine rice is cooked with chicken oil and perfectly matches the flavor of the chicken, and the double-boiled soup is delicious.
Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai (Michelin Bib Gourmand)
Fried noodles are a ubiquitous street dish, but they're taken to another level here. Whether ordered crispy or soft, they retain a soft texture on the inside and a crispy exterior that isn't oily. You can also have your fried egg exactly how you like it, from soft to runny. The authentic coal-fired stove adds a touch of uniqueness.
Sawang (Hua Lampong) at Pratunam
A delicious dish for those who are looking for a quick meal. Its homemade egg noodles are made daily with duck eggs as a key ingredient. It is thus firm yet thin and easy to consume. Every piece of wonton is stuffed with finest shrimps and then steamed to perfection. In addition, its Chinese-style barbeque pork are marinated daily with coconut sugar while artificial food colourings are not used. The marinated pork is then grilled in a unique way unlike other noodle stalls. All eye-catching crab claws are fresh from Yaowarat or Chinatown of Bangkok. The soup is made daily with pieces of pigs’ long bones with bone marrows and daikon radishes as base. Influenced by ancient China, it is also seasoned with herbs and peppers. Customers can choose either noodle soup style or get the soup in a separate bowl. The place itself is full of Chinese vibes and it is visited by working-age adults during business hours while tourists from China, Japan, Korea and Europe tend to eat here at night after day-long shopping at Ratchaprasong.
Pad Thai Mae Yai Singburi at The Cook Food Centre,
Amarin Plaza Pad Thai is a national fried noodle dish of Thailand and many varieties can be found across the nation. Yet, the original recipe of Pad Thai with Prawns can be conveniently enjoyed at an outlet of Pad Thai Mae Yai Singburi at The Cook Food Centre, Amarin Plaza. The secret of deliciousness—without needing any extra condiment—is in a combination of Pad Thai noodles, eggs, tofu, mung bean sprouts, rice bran oil and a special sauce upon frying.
Kub Kao Kub Pla
Made with superb ingredients from verifiable local sources, a fusion dish with spiciness and authenticity of Southern-style Thai rice noodle menus commonly consumed for centuries. It strikes food lovers with soft rice noodle and coconut soup served with crab meat with punchy spiciness—a nod to Southern Thai cuisine.