Bangkok Seafood Restaurants are equivalent to some of the finest in the world. Now would be a great opportunity to enjoy the excellent Thai seafood cuisine at any top eatery in the city.
The Sea Food Market is located at 89 Soi 24 off Sukhumvit Road. Take the BTS Sky Train and get off at Phrompong Station. From there it is just a short walk. On arriving you will see the big neon lobster sign and when entering you cannot help notice the huge grocery store layout with its 50-metre length display counter. From here you will be able to select fresh local and imported fish and have the chefs prepare your meal the way you like it. Need I say anything more!
Lord Jim's Restaurant is located at Bangkok's most famous Oriental Hotel. This is top quality all the way from the great atmosphere and all the way to the superb food and excellent service. By clicking on the link above, you'll get to view this particular restaurant as well as some other fine restaurants at the Oriental too.
Supatra River House Restaurant is a delightful double story eatery with views across the banks of Chao Phraya River near the Temple of the Dawn. This is one of the most popular Bangkok seafood restaurants serving a variety of fresh seafood and some excellent vegetarian dishes as well. Go on and try some of their vegetarian spring rolls with your main course as I did. You will love them.
Although Thai food is generally hot and spicy, the chefs at this restaurant will most certainly personalise your meal to suit your individual taste. Come and relax in this informal setting and if you are here on a Friday or Saturday evening, you'll also get to enjoy the dance spectaculars that this eatery offers its customers.
Yok Yor Restaurant is one of several Bangkok Seafood Restaurants overlooking the Chao Praya River that serves both excellent Thai and International cuisine. A picture perfect setting with a warm and friendly atmosphere awaits you as you dine on the open-air terrace while being entertained with live music and comedy shows that are guaranteed to keep you amused for many hours. The majestic views across the river at night towards the Grand Palace and Wat Arun with their splendid lighting is an absolutely breathtaking experience.
The Royal Dragon Restaurant is a hugely popular eatery and once the largest restaurant in the world with a floor span of over 16,000 meters. The place is so massive that your food is served by roller skating waitresses. Please be careful as you could easily get lost in here, but you sure won't starve.
The place is so popular that the menu is in seven languages and the carnival-like atmosphere is mesmerising. If you love people watching as I do then you'll love it here. Definitely not for romantics wanting a quiet corner somewhere. The food is mainly Thai here, but most come for the huge variety of fabulous fresh fish.
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