Michelin Thai Food Stars Bangkok
On November 14, 2018, the Michelin Guide published the stars of Thai gastronomy 2019 Bangkok
Is Bangkok becoming a gourmet capital? With the increase of tourist visiting the capital, the popularity of Thai food, Michelin for the second edition is introducing to us new talented chefs the second edition where we can have a classic meal but also a new modern approach to the Thai cuisine.
This year no real big surprise such as last year with the now famous street food restaurant Jay Fai but two newcomers from province close to Bangkok and the first-star restaurant in Phuket. The surprise for me was the restaurant Sorn where I had dinner a few months ago.
Saawaan means “heaven” in Thai, recently opened (April), a Thai fusion restaurant recently opened on Soi Suan Plu (Sathorn
R-Haan, traditional cuisine with a modern touch
Sorn is the first-ever Thai Southern cuisine restaurant awarded. 56, Sukhumvit 26 Soi Ari
It only took R-Haan and Sorn a year to be awarded their second star in 2019
Le Du modern Thai cuisine. Soi Silom 7
Methavalai Sorndaeng.is located in the Mehavalai residence. Since 1957, traditional Thai food in a very classic setting, live music, and not far from there is the now famous street crab omelet master Jay Fai which held onto its 2018 star.
Paste, one of the 50 best restaurants and the best female chef in Asia 2018 retained his star as well as Nham restaurant, in the hotel Como Metropolitan Bangkok, one of the best table of Thai cuisine in the city.
The Gaa restaurant is located in the heart of Bangkok everything is homemade, dinner only
Canvas restaurant a traditional Thai and modern cuisine experience in Soi Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor)
Bangkok’s Surrounding Provinces
Suanthip Thai Cultural House in Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, serves traditional Thai dishes
Ruan Panya Samut Sakhon province
Phuket has its Star
PRU Phuket, from all the review I read, it’s a must in Phuket
Third Edition 2020
The restaurants that received a star last year have retained it. 27 have entered the Bib Gourmand, including eight in Bangkok, 17 in Chiang Mai and two in Phang-nga.