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Admiral's Pub & Restaurant
Price: B500. Wine: B800 (inc. VAT)
This colonial-style restaurant is a converted Thai house, decoreated with teak wood. Owned by a Dane, the Admiral's Pub & Restaurant explains the pictures of Scandinavians who served in the Siam Imperial navy. It is ideal for spending your time in this pleasant atmosphere. A mixture of restaurant, library, meeting room, wine cellar and terrace. The food is mostly Scandinavian, such as meatballs with cold potato salad. The all-you-can-eat barbecue including the salad bar for B395 are available on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
20 Soi 18 Sukhumvit Road
Telephone: (02) 663 4396/7. Fax: (02) 262 1616.
Email: admirals@adisti.com
Web site: www.adisti.com
 
Ban Chiang
Price: B350. Wine: B530
This wooden house-style restaurant is set within lush tropical gardens (lit up at night) in the Silom area. Ban Chiang serves up Thai food which is attractively presented with an excellent selection, as well as fried grouper fish with peppers, pineapple and chili sauce. It is popular among businesspeople at lunch time, and its simple, classic decor makes it a good place for a special evening meal.
14 Surasak Road
Telephone: (02) 236 7045 or 266 6994.
 
Cairns Stonegrill Restaurant
Price: B300. Wine: B550 (inc. VAT)
Australia comes to Bangkok with a restaurant that serves up dishes cooked on a volcanic rock at 400°C. A selection of chicken, pork, seafood, lamb, beef and venison is provided with plenty of salad bar. The Cairns Stonegrill Restaurant is simple with boomerangs on the wall as a testimony to its origins. No lunch is available on the weekends.
Soi 8 Sukhumvit Road
Telephone: (02) 653 1323/3. Fax: (02) 253 2758.
 
Le Dalat Indochine
Price: B500. Wine: B1100 (inc. VAT)
The upmarket Le Dalat Indochine is located down from the busy Sukhumvit Road, and it probably serves the best Vietnamese food in Bangkok. Set within a beautiful house in a large garden, dining here is a pleasant experience. The tasteful design gives its guests a colonial feel with photos and memorabilia covering the walls. Renowned for its seafood, a great choice here would be the crispy fried crab served with salad. A set lunch is from B290 per person. Le Dalat, the equally wonderful sister restaurant, is just across the street.
14 Soi 23 Sukhumvit Road
Telephone: (02) 661 7967. Fax: (02) 661 7968.
 
Zanotti
Price: B700. Wine: B370
This Italian restaurant is located just off Silom Road. Its simple but stylish decor gives a peaceful atmosphere. Zanotti seems to be more popular among businesspeople than romantic diners because it can be fairly busy in the evenings. There is a large menu put together by the Italian chef, with such specialities as black squid ink linguine with clams and shrimp sauce.
21/2 Saladaeng Colonnade Soi Saladaeng, Silom Road
Telephone: (02) 636 0002 or 0266. Fax: (02) 636 0221.
Email: info@zanotti-ristorante.com
Web site: www.zanotti-ristorante.com