Bangkok: Culinary heaven
With so many flights available with Air Mauritius it makes it easy to get to destinations such as Bangkok. To whet your appetite for travel we’ve just uncovered a great Forbes article ‘5 Places To Eat In Bangkok Right Now’ that shows one of the reasons so many people flock to Thailand each year – its food.
From the buzz on the streets of Bangkok to the intoxicating, charcoal aromas in the air, this city is a culinary heaven where locals and visitors alike queue for the favourite meals and snacks. For you foodies, here’s five of the best picks below.
1. Riverside: Forbes recommends taking the Supanniga Cruise at sunset for a peaceful river ride and six-course dinner, from the people behind the well-rated Supanniga Eating Room. Specialities include Thai flavours from Isan, a region in northeastern Thailand bordering Laos.
2. Destination food: The Mandarin Oriental, Bankok, is an institution and most diners head to Le Normandie for dinner, but there’s also a delicious afternoon tea and across the river, the hotel’s Sala Rim Nam with a prix fixe menu of royal cuisine.
3. Strike the pose: Inside the MahaNakhon Cube building, you can take advantage of foodie delights such as Joël Robuchon, Masaharu Morimoto and Dean & DeLuca, but go up to the sixth floor for the world’s first Vogue-licensed restaurant and bar.
4. Hidden delights: The Speakeasy is an American Prohibition-themed bar on the 24th floor of Hotel Muse. Take in the high-rise city views, while sipping cocktails and Italian style snacks.
5. Jam Factory: Hipsters come to a warehouse called the Jam Factory, which acts as bookshop, café and gallery all in one. Try The Never Ending Summer restaurant and next-door, new sister The Summer House Project.
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