I don't go to Bangkok as often as I want, but when I am in Bangkok, I try to visit Nahm each time. Unfortunately I didn't have time for a meal on my last trip.
Nahm was awarded the title of The S.Pellegrino Asia’s Best Restaurant. It was also named The S. Pellegrino Best Restaurant in Thailand.
The 2014 winners were announced at an elegant awards ceremony at the Capella Hotel, Singapore.
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AN AUSTRALIAN DOES THAI FLAVORS
Nahm, which is located in Bangkok’s Metropolitan Hotel, was opened by Australian-born chef David Thompson, who celebrates the bold flavours of authentic Thai cuisine by reviving and reinterpreting centuries-old recipes of former Thai matriarchs.
The Michelin-starred chef opened a branch of his famed Nahm restaurant in Bangkok in 2010, after the success of his flagship restaurant in London.
BANGKOK'S DYNAMIC FOOD SCENE
Thawatchai Arunyik, Governor of Tourism Authority of Thailand said: “The variety of restaurants on this list also shows how much Bangkok’s food scene has changed over the years. The city is now known for many different types of world cuisine and is fast becoming a culinary capital.”
Top 50 Best Restaurants in Asia:
The fiery and feisty dishes on Nahm’s menu
are based on the centuries-old cookbooks of Thai matriarchs.
27 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok
Classic Indian food redefined with a modernist twist.
68/1 Soi Lang Suan, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Bangkok
SRA BUA BY KIIN KIIN
A modern interpretation of Thai classics from a Michelin-starred chef.
Siam Kempinski Hotel
991/1, Rama I Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok
With its food philosophy, Bo. lan aims
to promote the biodiversity of both wild and cultivated produce.
42 Soi Pichai Ronnarong Songkram,
Sukhumvit Soi 26, Klong Toei, Bangkok
ISSAYA SIAMESE CLUB
A debut entry from Bangkok,
the restaurant was founded by Thai Chef Ian Kittichai.
The menu features Thai cuisine
made with traditional ingredients and flavours
using progressive cooking methods.
4 Soi Sri Aksorn, Chua Ploeng Road, Sathorn, Bangkok
A popular venue where
modern, classic and regional dishes are served
in a laid back, gallery-like atmosphere.
20 metres in Convent Road, Soi Pipat 2, Silom, Bangkok