EDITOR PICKS - OCTOBER 2017

EDITOR'S PICKS OF THE MONTH - OCTOBER 2017

This month we sampled a restaurant that serves almost only one main course, namely entrecote steak swimming in a secret sauce that was first created in Zurich more than 70 years ago. Still on the search for beef, we found a little place on Sukhumvit that serves homemade burgers of Australian beef. We sampled handcrafted thin-crust pizza at a Silom Road outlet, and we visited the Bangkok outlet of a very classy Thai restaurant chain that originated in London. Lastly, we called into Thien Duong, one of Bangkok's first generation of fine-dining Vietnamese restaurants, that will soon be no more when its home, the Dusit Thani hotel, is demolished next year.

Le Boeuf
Le Boeuf

A conservatory-style bistro in Langsuan, whose concept is based upon one dish, namely entrecote steak swimming in a generous measure of house-secret sauce.

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Bad Burger
Bad Burger

Big, fat burgers made from beef, lamb, pork, veggie, and with vegan and gluten-free options, served in a tiny eatery on the upper floor of a central Sukhumvit shophouse.

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Ciao Pizza
Ciao Pizza

Handcrafted thin-crust pizzas made by an Italian pizza chef in a centrally located restaurant on Silom Road.

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Patara
Patara

A high-class Thai restaurant occupying a spacious old house at Thonglor, and serving several set menus suitable for one person in addition to a full a la carte.

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Thien Duong
Thien Duong

Vietnamese fine dining in a long-established restaurant in the Dusit Thani hotel.

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