BANGKOK Gay Friendly Restaurants 2020
Bangkok is famous for its street food and it would be a shame not to eat locally at least once during your visit.
In few cities will you open up your wallet for Michelin-starred tasting menus one night and spend $3 on the best noodles you’ll ever have the next—and be equally satisfied with both meals. Thais are always eating, and visitors who adopt this cultural trend will be deliciously rewarded.
Whether you’re savoring a tasty street vendor special, enjoying a snack of fresh fruit, or sitting down to a five star meal, Bangkok restaurants offer a wide variety of Thai food as well as international fare. Right now, one of the best restaurants in Bangkok is Gaggan. Gaggan Anand’s eponymous Indian restaurant, which serves set tasting menus.
Known as one of the hottest fine-dining venues in Bangkok, modern Thai restaurant Le Du makes it to the list for its convenient Silom location, casual yet classy decor and atmosphere, bold, beautiful and artfully presented food.
Horizons has pretty much everything Bangkokians look for in a restaurant. This stylish, multi-purpose rooftop space offers 360-degree views of the city, and both indoor and outdoor dining. Menu choices include Asian and Western fare, from tapas to main courses, as well as creative cocktails by expert mixologists.
Ask a young gay Thai professional about G-friendly spots in Bangkok and ‘Eat Me’ is probably one of the first places he’ll mention. The fact that it is gay-owned is not the only reason Eat Me is a favorite amongst the gay crowd; its cool minimalist decor and intimate tables also add to the appeal. Also a gallery that features rotating exhibitions, Eat Me serves daring and creative food by chef Tim Butler. His regional and international cuisine is complemented by a great wine selection and cool cocktails. Named one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, this venue is truly a beloved gem in Silom.
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Silom Street 2 and 4 is the epicenter of gay nightlife in Bangkok. Here you will find the best bars and restaurants, the perfect place to begin your night on the town.
This 5-star hotel in Bangkok’s Sathorn area includes modern Thai-style rooms with free WiFi, a 20 m outdoor pool and a COMO Shambhala Urban Escape spa.
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