Friday, September 6, 2013

Top Places for Wallowing in Bangkok’s Amazing Dining Scene

A fascinating concoction of historical, cultural and cosmopolitan delights regales each and every traveller who buys flights tickets for vacationing in Bangkok: the capital and most vibrant metropolis of Thailand. However, wallowing in the stupefying variety of culinary delights that are a true testament to the city’s diverse culture also leaves an indelible effect on one’s senses. Although Bangkok features a wide range of eateries that cater to taste and budget of every epicurean, here are two popular restaurants that will surely leave you spellbound with their delicious meals and awesome ambience. Have a look! 

Vertigo and Moon Bar
One of the legendary restaurants in Thailand, Vertigo is known for its outstanding rooftop location and innovative carte and beverage lists. The eatery is perched on the 61st floor of a five-star hotel and is capable of satiating the taste bud of even the most finical gourmet. The breathtaking vistas of the city from this roofless eating out zone make the whole experience mesmerising. Taste the imported steaks and lambs or try its great seafood coupled with some of the world’s finest champagne, and you will certainly gloat over the decision of buying tickets on flights to the country of Thailand and holidaying in Bangkok. 

Khin Lom Chom Saphan
The Khin Lom Chom Saphan is another popular eating hangout zone in the city famous for primarily two reasons. One is its mouth-watering food and the other is its ambience that is simply soul soothing. It is a reasonably priced restaurant, and hence is a popular choice among locals as well as budget tourists who buy tickets for cheap flights headed for the capital of Thailand. The signature dishes of this river-facing restaurant include seafood salads, baked mussels, and tamarind soup with mud crabs. Spectacular views of the historical Chao Phraya River leave one spellbound and live up to every penny spent on tickets aboard flights for a splendid holiday in Thailand.

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