Best Restaurants In Bangkok For Jay Week
An innovative concept in Charoen Krung, 80/20 welcomes you with an open kitchen that rolls out dishes made almost wholly from locally souced and sustainable ingredients. Their menu promises flavourful surprises with every bite as each dish looks like something but tastes like something else. Honouring Thai cuisine with modernity, this is one of a few fine dining places where you can ask for all your dishes to be 100 per cent vegan without any problem.
Serving refined royal cuisine, Indus' well-executed dishes stay true to their famous family recipes from Northern India. This Jay festival, you can try their vegetarian curries such as the sabz jalfrazi and their magnificent vegetarian set, available until October 8.
3/6 The Continent Hotel
Every year, The Continent Hotel creates its own vegetarian delights to support plant-based diners and those wishing to go meat-free this season. Two of their restaurants, Medinii and Bangkok Heightz, are offering special vegetarian meals. Medinii is serving an Italian Free Flow lunch with a buy-one-get-one promotion, while Bangkok Heightz is highlighting hydroponic and chemical-free produce and ingredients in dishes like Pad Thai, Pad Ka-Prao Tao Hu (Stir-fried tofu with Basil), Tom Yum Hed (Mushroom in hot & spicy soup), Larb Tao Hu (Vegetarian tofu with spicy herb) and more.
The Continent Hotel, 413 Sukhumvit Road
Reservations: 02-686 7000, email@example.com
You may have heard about Vistro in our previous story New Extraordinary Places For Foodies In The City. We had to add them on this list as they're one of the leaders of vegan comfort food and guilt-free indulgences in the city. This wholly plant-based cafe (even off Jay season) serves dishes inspired by the owner's travels. The menu offers Italian inspired pasta, Mexican inspired tacos, Hawaiian poke bowls, Chinese baos and dumplings and more.
46/1 Sukhumvit Soi 24
5/6 A Lot Of Love
Located at Eight Thonglor, A Lot of Love is a special restaurant that serves a delicious array of comfort dishes, each of them designed by in-house nutritionists and culinary experts who aim to nourish your body and spirit. This Jay season, they've added flavourful and colourful dishes, such as the mushroom, colourful spicy pea vermicelli salad and tofu steak, for a wholesome plant-based experience.
88/36 Sukhumvit Soi 55
6/6 Cha Bar
A favourite local tea bars among millennials in the city, Cha Bar is now serving delicious vegan milk teas made of home-made soy milk and fresh ingredients including corn puree, pandan sago, taro paste, coconut milk and rice berry boba. The two special edition Jay festival drinks, the Corn Soy Milk with Pandan Sago and Double Taro Soy Milk with Riceberry Boba, will be available until October 19.
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