Our MICHELIN inspectors have been out and about once again in search for fresh delicious spots worthy of a place in the MICHELIN Guide selection.
As usual, Bib Gourmands and MICHELIN Stars will be announced at the end of the year. Every third Wednesday of the month, the new restaurants that will be part of the upcoming MICHELIN Guide Thailand will be featured both on the website and the MICHELIN Guide application.
How will you spot the new additions? They will be highlighted with a ‘New’ symbol. Some of these newly recommended establishments will go on to earn distinctions at the annual MICHELIN Guide ceremony, so why not give them a try and share with us your thoughts?
For the first time in 2023, we are pleased to share 3 of the inspectors' newest favourite additions and they are in - where else - Bangkok.
Embassy Room, Bangkok
Authenticity is key with Catalan fare from a Catalonian chef. Chef Ferran Tadeo, formerly of El Bulli and Minibar, showcases his heritage and family recipes using fine local and international ingredients. The private room is perfect for intimate gatherings, while outdoor seating offers views of the sky garden and pool of Park Hyatt Bangkok. The signature Lobster Wellington is the pièce de résistance. And there’s a wine list of over 100 labels from seven regions for Spanish wine aficionados.
Phra Nakhon, Bangkok
Phra Nakhon offers Thai a la carte and tasting menus with seasonal changes in a charming, modern venue with stunning views of the river. Chef Kannika has extensive experience in luxury hotels in the region; her cooking here focuses on southern Thai dishes and she carefully selects the seafood for freshness and quality. The wok-fried roasted pork belly with crispy chilli and garlic seasoning, and crab and betel-leaf curry with vermicelli noodles stand out.
The seasonal tasting menu features imported ingredients from Europe that are expertly combined with local produce. With a passion for Thai food, Spanish chef Pepe Dasi Jimenez presents his interpretation of the cuisine without adhering to traditional rules, making it an excellent choice if you’re looking for something new. It's casual yet cultured dining in a simply decorated space with whitewashed walls, comfy seating and a lively open kitchen.
Stay up-to-date with the latest MICHELIN-recommended restaurants and news on MICHELIN Guide Thailand Facebook page, MICHELIN Guide website and on the MICHELIN Guide mobile app (iOS and Android), which enables you to find every restaurant and hotel in the world selected by the MICHELIN Guide.