Eating in Bangkok (BKK) is an experience, a daily event. Every shopping mall has endless choices, including local food, street food, fast food, fine restaurants, and great international food selections.
The international fast food section has a line of choices:
Decisions, decisions… One day, we had a hard time to decide, so hubby and I ate in two restaurants for lunch. After eating, we had to go back to our hotel for a nap. 🙂
Below is the famous Chinese restaurant, Din Tai Fu. There are three DTF in BKK.
Here is a Thai restaurant:
Many fine Japanese restaurants.
This restaurant uses shelves decorated with bottles as dividers:
Here is an eating area by the window with a view:
Ice cream place is decorated nicely:
A cool place to enjoy various chocolate!
Everywhere is clean, beautiful, and pleasant.
Normally the mall is crowded after 4 pm and very busy during the weekend. Major malls in BKK downtown are connected with the sky walk and rail, which was completed a year or so ago.