Blue Elephant is a traditional Thai restaurant serving royal cuisine in a colonial environment house. In fact, Thai food inspired by the past will be made nowadays. Also, Blue Elephant restaurant is included in The Michelin Guide in Bangkok. So, you’ll need to stop in this Thai restaurant to try its delightful Thai food. Additionally, cooking classes are available during the day.
To begin with, I always do my research before visiting any place. Therefore google reviews were very helpful, and it was my judgment to come to eat Thai food at Blue Elephant. After that, I was here getting into the colonial house. However, I missed proper clothes, because I came to the Thai restaurant wearing shorts and a T-shirt. Fortunately, the staff borrow me pants to proceed to my table. In other words, you must come well-dressed to the Blue Elephant restaurant.
Then, I led to my table to order the set menu at the Thai restaurant.
Thai food you must eat inside the restaurant
After that, there were some outstanding Thai dishes at Blue Elephant restaurant, such as the entree Duck Laab Confit & Rose Spring Roll, to continue with the Tamarind Foie Gras des Landes. Furthermore, the main Tom Yum Koong, well-known as the prawn soup, is a must so delicious. Finally, Mango sticky rice is a Thai dessert that you have to give a try at Blue Elephant.
Additionally, the Thai restaurant counts with an exciting variety of wines from around the world to pair any Thai food dish. In fact, I tasted a Chilean white wine, Chardonnay and a French red wine, Bordeaux, to match my food at Blue Elephant restaurant.
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Location Bangkok, Thailand
Blue Elephant Restaurant
Rate: 4,5/5,0 Grateful/Excellent
Price: Average per person $$$ 2000 -3000 THB
Contact: +66 2 673 9354
Working hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm
Address: BTS station, 233 S Sathon Rd, Yan Nawa Sathon, Surasak, Bangkok 10120, Thailand