The Blue Elephant Restaurant is a well known restaurant in Bangkok and it won the Bangkok Dining and Entertainment award for “Best Thai Restaurant” Located in a charmingly converted villa in Bangkok with many customers return time and time again. Over the years I have been all over Thailand. Have had dinner at many restaurants however but this place has the best Thai food by far. The awards given to the restaurant speaks for itself. The options on their menu is excellent.
Blue Elephant Restaurant
The decor for the restaurant sets the tone for the place and gives it a great atmosphere. Lemon tea in an Elephant shaped teapot as well as the “Royal Banquet Menu” will cause you to return each time for a feast of the sensors. Prices are reasonable for the restaurant level and it would be best to check for seating before arrival.
Located a short distance from the BTS Surasak Station for easy access and close to many hotels such as the Shangri-La Hotel as well as the Centre Point Hotel and the Eastern Grand Sathorn Hotel. Its always very busy so call early! High-end Thai restaurant for traditional royal cuisine in colonial-style surrounds, plus classes. Bookings are needed.
The Heritage Thai Cuisine not only offers an exquisite array of authentic Thai dishes but also boasts an amiable staff that enhances the dining experience. Undoubtedly, the culinary offerings and service quality are commendable, albeit possibly leaning towards the pricier side. Opting for the set menu comes highly recommended, as it affords you the opportunity to savor a diverse array of dishes in smaller portions.
Heritage Thai Cuisine takes immense pride in presenting recipes that have been cherished and passed down through generations. Master Chef Nooror’s collaboration with the esteemed Ajaan Sisamon, a Guru of original Thai Cuisine, has been nurtured over a substantial period.
Among your selections is the Pink Pomelo Salad Prawn, a delightful combination of Deep Sea Tiger Prawn, Chiang Rai Thai Garlic. Also refreshing Organic Nakhonchaisri Pomelo. Furthermore, we’ve chosen the Blue Elephant Giant Prawn Phad Thai, a dish steeped in history from the 2nd World War. This creation features Giant Ayutthaya River Prawn, Chantaburi Rice Noodle, Hill-Tribe Organic Egg as well as Ground Roasted Peanuts. Likewise homemade Tamarind Sauce, and Banana Blossom.
It’s worth noting that their team delights in commemorating birthdays. Also marking significant life moments with celebratory songs. They look forward to welcoming you for your celebration.
Lastly note that this place is close the the BTS Surasak Station and not that far from the Sky Bar as well. Looks for more gems in Bangkok around the Metro Mall and The Royal Elephant Museum.
Blue Elephant Restaurant Map