Mark lives in this must- punched Bangkok food restaurant, farewell to the phobia of choice 😋✅ Issaya Siamese Club This restaurant is like the Saint Laurent Garden in Marrakech 💕 The food taste is very special and the setting is very creative. Although the location is a bit remote, it does not block the restaurant's hot 🔥. Be sure to advance ...
Issaya Siamese Club is located at 4 Soi Sri Aksorn, Chue Ploeng | Thung Mahamek, Bangkok 10120, Thailand. This restaurant is well-deserved "Asia's Top 50 Restaurants". The store has an elegant and unique villa as the main body, and the atmosphere is incomparable. The dishes combine the exquisiteness of Western food and the taste of Thai food in multiple layers, which is really great.
Very good Thai food, the lobster inside is done well, the charcoal roast pork ribs taste first-class, Thailand pork chops are very good, orange pudding is very light, but the original juice and original orange taste is very good.
Intimate atmosphere, outstanding foodI would strongly recommend this restaurant with delicious, authentic, high class Thailand cuisine, beautifully served with excellent staff.
#汪汪在旅行#之寻美食~ A very unique two-star Michelin star in the quiet, and also one of the 50 best restaurants in Asia [Happy] The chef is the only Thai executive chef in the previous five-star hotel. For many years in Europe, I have perfectly combined the exquisiteness of Western food with the multi-level of Thai food. An elegant and unique villa interprets my simplest understanding of food~ The appetizers are all seafood and mushrooms with rich layers. Wake up all taste buds~ Personally, the main course has no desserts and side dishes, which makes people feel amazing. The salmon method is very innovative. The seasoning has super rich coconut milk flavor. Purple rice and oats are fried with sauteed garlic and mushrooms. Well... I just want to say that there is not even a single grain of rice left in a large bowl. Four desserts and three ice creams, each with its own characteristics and completely different tastes. I feel that his family should be the main afternoon tea. [貓笑][護笑] Anyway, come to Bangkok and eat ISSAYA, you won’t regret it [耶][耶]
A century-old old villa, interior decorations written by famous craftsmen, Thai celebrity chef and owner with a story, and there are only a handful of Bangkok restaurants that fit these. Issaya Siamese Club is definitely a stop not to be missed in Bangkok. In the small alley not far from the financial street in Sathorn, there is such a century-old villa. The garden before the rainy season is full of rich tropical plants. So the restaurant is named Issaya, which means rainy season in Thai. Stepping into the restaurant, I was immediately attracted by the bright colors and strong Asian style of the bar. The restaurant manager said that the designer Bogetoft Christensen is known for his bold use of color and the history of black and white. The first dish recommended by the manager surprised us. It turned out to be a banana flower salad. The crispy flowers are not astringent at all. When mixed with nut paste and our unique Thai chili sauce, the appetite is instantly lost. The second Thai-style raw salmon is the particular Alaskan sockeye, which is only salvaged once a year from July to September. Unlike the Japanese-style mustard, Thai spicy is a very domineering one. The waiter intimately asked if he could eat spicy food to ensure the satisfaction of the diners. The staple food, Xiao Xing, highly recommends the soft-shell crab and sweet sauce fried salted eggs, not to be missed! Conscience, this is a very common Thai dish, but after adding salted eggs, it becomes another level. The thick sauce and the big and fresh soft-shell crabs are definitely the highlight of this trip. . Behind these various dishes is the legendary Thai chef Chef Pongtawat “Ian” Chalermkittichai. He was the first Thai chef in a five-star hotel in the world. After the Four Seasons Hotel in Bangkok (now Anantara), he opened many famous restaurants in New York and India. It is definitely a stop not to be missed in Bangkok.