10 Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Bangkok

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The Thai capital Bangkok is a breeding place for culinary creatives.

No less than 26 chefs have earned Michelin stars for their restaurant, which is only achieved through their exquisite cooking.

The rating ranges from 1 to 3 stars, with 3 Michelin stars being the absolute pinnacle of superb cooking.

We have selected 10 restaurants in Bangkok that offer an unforgettable dining experience.
These are ideal for VIPs and typically feature foreign cuisines.
If you’re trying to impress your date or seeking a memorable night out with your friends, these upscale-eateries will deliver.

1. Le Normandie (Bangrak Sathorn)

Le Normandie (Bangrak Sathorn)

Le Normandie has been an iconic French restaurant in Bangkok since its establishment in 1958.

This 2-star establishment is located within the Mandarin Oriental hotel on the Chao Phraya River’s shores. 

Chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier worked in iconic restaurants in France for years and has brought his expertise to Bangkok.

The French dishes are executed to perfection, with creative twists and presentations, ideal for VIPs.

A Le Normandie’s signature dish is Krystal caviar with sea urchin and potato foam.
We also recommend the sea bream cooked in bouillabaisse with a risotto of Venere rice.

If you’re residing in Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, you can opt for a sumptuous 7 course in your own suite.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Daily 12pm-2pm, 7pm-10pm; Sunday closed
  • Address: 48 Oriental Ave, Khwaeng Bang Rak, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: French
  • 2 Michelin Stars

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2. Sühring (YanNawa)

Sühring (YanNawa)

Sühring is an extravagant restaurant crowned with 2 Michelin stars, located in the Yan Nawa district.

This restaurant is led by a team of twin chefs, Mathias and Thomas Sühring.

Sühring dishes out traditional German recipes in a contemporary way.

Pick the full Sühring Erlebnis for a dining experience right next to the kitchen, with 11 courses and wine or juice pairings.

A house specialty is a spaetzle and truffle.

Try the elevated version of Strammer Max, a German sandwich with ham, egg, and cheese.

Propose a toast with some of the restaurant’s vintage wines from the Mosel area or fine German schnaps.

The dress code is smart casual, and men are asked to wear long pants and closed shoes.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 5:30pm-9pm; Saturday & Sunday 12pm-1pm, 5:30pm-9pm.
  • Address: 10 Soi Yen Akat 3, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: German
  • 2 Michelin Stars

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3. Mezzaluna (Bangrak)

Mezzaluna (Bangrak)

Mezzaluna is located on the 65th floor of the Lebua Hotel and is rewarded with 2 Michelin stars.

Chef Ryuki and his team have earned these stars thanks to their precision.

They combine traditional Japanese, European delights, and surprising elements on the menu.

If you wish to dine with a view, look no further than Mezzaluna.

For a special occasion, order the 7-course Chef’s Tasting Menu presented with elegance and style.

Items like sweet shrimp tartare and caviar and wagyu beef with forest mushrooms, wild rice, and wild rocket take guests to another world.

Treat yourself and your dining company with a pairing of international wines.

Or pick from one of the restaurant’s rare Japanese whiskeys.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Daily 6 pm-1 am; Sunday closed
  • Address: 65th Floor, State Tower Bangkok 1055 Si Lom, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: Japanese, European
  • 2 Michelin Stars

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4. J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain (Sathon)

J'aime by Jean-Michel Lorain (Sathon)

J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain is the proud holder of 1 Michelin star.

They earn this by producing high-quality food and creativity.

A piano and upside-down chandeliers hanging on the ceiling add to the VIP feel.

The royal treatment continues on the plates.

You’ll find a-la-carte dishes like scallop & sea urchin tartare and pan-seared pink seabream.

For an actual VIP experience, dive in for the Signature Tasting Menu with 8 courses and fine French wines to pair.

Or for lighter options, there’s a 3-course and 5-course tasting menu.

J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain also has private dining rooms, where you can enjoy a meal in an intimate setting.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Thursday to Monday 12 pm–2:30 pm, 6 pm–9:30 pm; Tuesday closed; Wednesday 6 pm-9:30 pm
  • Address: 105/1 Ngam Duphli Alley, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: French
  • 1 Michelin Star

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5. Cadence Restaurant by Dan Bark

Cadence Restaurant by Dan Bark

Cadence Restaurant is a new restaurant near Ekkamai run by Dan Bark, who previously owned Upstairs Mikkeller Bangkok.

This 15-course meal is a representation of Dan’s history, passions, and favorite flavors.

Every plate is decorated in style, almost like a masterpiece. 

You’ll get a taste of oysters, mussels, meats, and desserts. 

Paired with your favorite wine or cocktail, and you’ll have a night to remember. 

With 1 Michelin star to his name, Dan takes you on a journey no other restaurant can offer.

  • Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 5pm-11:30pm; Saturday & Sunday 11am-11:30pm
  • Address: 225 Soi Pridi Banomyong 25, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: Innovative Asian
  • 1 Michelin Stars

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6. Canvas (Thonglor)

Canvas (Thonglor)

Canvas is a homely restaurant led by US chef Riley Sanders, who opened this diner in 2016.

The restaurant is located in the Watthana district, in the eastern part of the city.

They boast a menu that oozes with flavors.
Canvas combines inspiration from international cuisines and top-quality Thai ingredients.

Pick the bronze bar counter seating to see the chefs at work, or move to the second floor for dinner in a private room.

Canvas dishes out a stellar 18-course menu, with exquisite versions of Thai icons such as mud crab, sticky rice, and wild mushrooms.

To have the ultimate food experience in Canvas, opt for the Italian wine pairing.

They’re also on our list for best restaurants in Thonglor that don’t serve sushi.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Daily 6 pm-9:30 pm; Monday closed
  • Address: 113, 9-10 Thonglor Rd, Klongton Nua, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: Modern International
  • 1 Michelin Stars

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7. Savelberg (Pathunam)

Savelberg (Pathunam)

Savelberg is a 1-starred Michelin restaurant in eastern Bangkok.

It is led by Dutch chef Henk Savelberg, specializing in French cuisine, rich in flavors, textures, and flavor pairings.

You’ll be spoiled for choice, as Savelberg offers a 4-, 6- and 8-course menu, but also a-la-carte options.

Try the heavenly oysters with gin and tonic or the foie gras with pomelo, ginger and raspberry crisp, and raspberry sauce.

Make your night out extra special by reserving a private dinner in your own room or the wine lounge.

The restaurant has a wine menu of 21 pages.

Some unique finds are a 2006 Montrachet’ Grand Cru’ by Henri Boillot from Burgundy and a 2011 Chateau Trotanoy AOC from Bordeaux.

Menu | Chef

  • Opening Hours: Monday to Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12pm-2pm & 6pm-10pm; Thursday 6pm-10pm; Sunday closed
  • Address: Oriental Residence Bangkok, 110 Witthayu Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: French
  • 1 Michelin Stars

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8. Ginza Sushi Ichi (PathumNam)

Ginza Sushi Ichi (PathumNam)

This homely establishment is situated in Pathum Wan district.

Ginza Sushi Ichi has earned its Michelin star with top-quality dishes.

They are all made with ingredients flown in straight from Japan.

Guests are seated on the bar counter, where the chefs prepare dishes with scientific precision.

Ginza Sushi Ichi dishes out traditional Japanese cuisine, including sashimi and nigiri sushi.

To surprise yourself and your date, go for the Omakase chef’s choice menu.

Private dining rooms for VIPs are available upon request and need to be reserved to secure a spot.

Lunch | Dinner

  • Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 12–2:30 pm, 6–11 pm; Sunday 12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm; Monday closed
  • Address: Erawan Bangkok LG Fl Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: Japanese
  • 1 Michelin Stars

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9. 80/20 Eighty Twenty (Bangrak)

80/20 Eighty Twenty (Bangrak)

With 1 Michelin star and a spot in Asia’s Best Restaurants 2020 list, 80/20 Eighty Twenty has earned its stripes.

Chefs Jo and Saki have a futuristic approach to Thai ingredients.

This results in innovative food inventions.

As a guest, you’re served a 10-course menu.

Go on a Thai food adventure by tasting the restaurant’s fermented duck sausage, river prawn curry, or slow-cooked pork belly with barley koji and local cabbage.

Treat yourself and your friends with the wine pairing, consisting of an international assortment to top it off.

80/20 Eighty Twenty also has a grande list of cocktails, including creative spins on classics like daiquiri and margarita.

Menu | Drinks

  • Opening Hours: Wednesday & Thursday 6pm-10pm; Friday – Sunday 11am–2:30pm, 6–10pm; Monday & Tuesday closed
  • Address: 1052-1054, 26 Charoen Krung Rd, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: Innovative Thai & International
  • 1 Michelin Stars

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10. Elements (Lumphini)

Elements (Lumphini)

Elements were awarded 1 Michelin star, thanks to the creative incorporation of French and Japanese cuisine.

Impressing your date is easy at Elements, as this eatery looks out over Bangkok from the 25th floor.

Alfresco dining options are available.

So you can bathe in the warm evening sun on the spectacular terrace.

Pick the 6-course Ta-ke menu or 7-course Matsu menu with Japanese dishes, enhanced with cosmopolitan components.

Some of the highly praised courses are Ostra Regal oyster with abalone, gelé celery apple and dashi foam, and grilled Satsuma wagyu beef.

To elevate your night out in this food theatre, you can book a table next to the open kitchen.


  • Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday at 6 pm-10:30 pm
  • Address: 57 Witthayu Rd, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
  • Cuisine Type: French & Japanese
  • 1 Michelin Star

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Which Michelin star restaurant in Bangkok is the most expensive?

Eating at Le Normandie comes with the most significant price tag.

The 8-course menu comes in at 7500 Thai baht, while the 7-course private dining menu sets you back 7000 baht.

To include a 5 glass wine pairing to the banquet will cost an additional 5200 baht.

Here are some rewards of dining: the exquisite menu items, classy VIP atmosphere, and impeccable views over Bangkok.

Which Michelin star restaurant in Bangkok is the cheapest?

Two Michelin-starred restaurants in Bangkok stand out for their pricing.

You’ll be able to enjoy a fine dining experience at a lower price point at 80/20 Eighty Twenty and Canvas.

Despite its reputation and awards, 80/20 Eighty Twenty serves up a 10-course set menu for 3000 Thai baht.

Canvas pampers its customers with an 18-servings menu for 4500 baht.

Wine pairings in both restaurants are quite affordable as well.

Which Michelin star restaurant in Bangkok is best for romantic dates?

Mezzaluna is an excellent place to knock your dinner appointment out of the park.

The panoramic views from the 65th-floor guarantee to impress your date.

With the lovingly presented chef’s tasting menu, you’ll have a dining experience to talk about.

On top of that, Mezzaluna presents diners with an impressive wine and digestives list.

Bangkok has an imposing list of Michelin starred eateries for VIPs, and you’ll be hard-pressed to pick one.

Once you’re seated, be prepared for a tantalizing food experience.

But a fantastic culinary affair is just the start of the night in buzzing Bangkok.

The Thai capital comes to life at night, and you’ll be able to go out and discover many fun places.

After dinner, hit the streets and head for a bar, pub, or even a classy gentlemen’s club-like The PIMP Bangkok.


RestaurantsFoodMichelin Star
Le NormandieFrench2
MezzalunaJapanese, European2
J'aime by Jean-Michel LorainFrench1
Cadence Restaurant by Dan BarkInnovative Asian1
CanvasModern International1
Ginza Sushi IchiJapanese1
80/20 Eighty TwentyInnovative Thai & International1
ElementsFrench & Japanese1

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