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Issaya Siamese Club: a Thai paradise of flavours


Enjoy one of the city's most famous gastronomic experiences in an enchanting colonial house.

Upon arriving in Ian Kittichai's restaurant, one quickly understands why it is such a Bangkok hotspot.

Everything is perfect: the old wooden colonial house and veranda, the lush tropical garden, and food that stuns the palate in an incessant play of colours and flavours, served attentively with beaming smiles. Thai salad with banana flowers, imperial lamb shank curry, slow-cooked over ten hours on low heat, wild sea bass with red pepper, or desserts from a pastry chef trained in France: this is a superlative showcase of Thai cuisine an art form said to be inherited from the gods.

The garden is especially inviting, and the colonial bar upstairs serves excellent cocktails flavoured with herbs from that same garden.

Issaya Siamese Club
4 Soi Sri Akasorn, Chuea Ploeng Road
Thung Maha Mek, Sathon

+66 (0)66 2 672 9040

Menu: around 1,000 THB

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