We’re on Charoen Krung Road in Bangrak, the heart of Bangkok’s riverside creative district and street food paradise. Artists, foodies and culture hounds flock here to create and collaborate, and, of course, to eat and shop! Grab a bite one of the many street food stands or wine and dine at one of Bangkok’s Michelin-starred restaurants, all a short walk from our front door. Stroll around the leafy backstreetsand pop into cool new galleries and boutiques featuring Bangkok’s coolest design labels.
Find us in a quiet block off Thanon Si Wiang (Si Wiang Road), right off the main Charoen Krung drag. Charoen Krung Road starts off at the Grand Palace, meanders through Chinatown, hooks up with central Bangkok at Silom Road and ends at Sathorn Road by the river. The Bangkok SkyTrain (BTSSaphan Taksin) and Sathorn Pier on the Chao Phraya River are only 400 meters away.
Often overlooked, this small area we’re lucky to call home is packing some of the best foods in town. Forget about 5*-star luxury restaurants and pricey rooftops, we’re taking you through our own insider adventure of Charoenkrung!
?Homemade gelato with more than 30 flavors, cake and coffee. The secret recipe from the ice-cream shop comes all the way from Vienna?
YOMMANA MUTTON SHOP
? Yommana Mutton Shop. Hard to find, hard to resist.
TAR KA YAI RESTAURANT
? Thai food cooked to order, generous portions with a fair share of love! This place is also halal certified.
FRESH FRUITS VENDOR
? Sample reasonably priced fresh fruits just across Robinson Bangrak. Go past the usual Pineapple and try new wonders????
? This duck noodle joint near Robinson’s Bangrak will provide you with a cheap and tasty meal guaranteed ?
? Spicy means tasty ! This real northeast Thai classic, Somtum Thai is a true wonder. If you don’t like it spicy, don’t forget to inform them while ordering!