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October 2021
Travel Directory > Restaurants and Bars > Thai > Bangkok

Thai Restaurants and Bars in Bangkok

Café Swiss Restaurant
Address: The Swiss Lodge  3 Convent Road  Silom  Bangkok  10500
Tel: 0-2233-5345
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Right in the heart if the central business district of Bangkok, this restaurant claims to be the 'Finest Traditional Swiss Fare Served in Asia'. Café Swiss Restaurant offers an impressive Breakfast Buffet with fresh Bircher-Muesli. Their lunch and dinner menu includes Cheese Fondue, Raclette and Bourguignome Fondues. Meats are Australian Beef and New Zealand Lamb. Desserts include a unique Swiss Chocolate Fondue. The nearest BTS station is Saladaeng. The restaurant is situated in a first-class hotel so expect appropriate pricing!

Chesa Swiss Restaurant
Address: Sukhumvit Road, Soi 5  Klong Toey  Bangkok  10110
Tel: 0-2261-6650  Fax: 0-2663-4376
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A full-on authentic Swiss restaurant in the heart of Bangkok, Chesa is a great place to chill out and relax over lunch or dinner. The restaurant specializes in a range of national and regional Swiss dishes all prepared by an expatriate Swiss chef. Dishes include Cold Roast Beef with French Fries and Tartar Sauce, Spinach-ricotta Ravioli with Tomato Sauce and Pan-fried Trout Fillet with Capers and Baby Potatoes. A set lunch with desert comes in at around 240 Baht. The restaurant provides an excellent choice of Swiss wines - Fendant Du Valais 2002, Cave St-Pierre costing 1,450 a bottle. A good location and excellent décor add to the excellent dining experience. For private functions, Chesa offers rooms able to cater for up to 24 people. Great restaurant is Swiss food is your thing.

Swiss Corner Bangkok
Address: Swiss Soi 3 Moo Ban  Summakorn  Sukhaphiban 3 (Ramkamhaeng Soi 112)  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2373-0301  Fax: 0-2373-0330
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A little bit out of the way, but probably worth the effort to get there. Swiss Corner Bangkok lies a little out of the city on the Ramkamhaeng Road to Minburi. Daniel Bachmann, the restaurant's manager, has created a charming little restaurant with an authentic Swiss style and lots of authentic Swiss decorations. The Swiss Corner menu offers fondues with speciality homemade fondue sauces, soups, salads, meat dishes and desserts. The restaurant also stocks Swiss wines and beers. Prices are reasonable - Spinach Ravioli with Crème costs 200 Baht while Fish Filet with Tartar Sauce and Salted Potatoes costs 220 Baht.

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