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Restaurants in the Silom Area

October 23, 2014 | By | No Comments

The Silom area offers a wide selection of hotels, coffee shops, tailor-made suit establishments, gadgets, DVD’s, clothes and most notably and, of course, a vast number of restaurants providing superb international cuisine. 

IT Track is located in the heart of the business district which is teeming with dining options.  Silom Road has a wide variety of both local and international cuisine offered at food stalls, restaurants and bistros.  There is something here to please everyone.

Take a look at 3 recommendations from IT Track’s customers and employees:

Breeze Restaurant

If you have a special occasion to celebrate or just want some Chinese inspired cuisine, then Breeze is a fantastic choice. Located on a terrace 51 floors up and giving a stunning view over the Chao Phraya River, this Bangkok restaurant delivers high quality food with an added ‘wow’ factor.

Concerto Italian Restaurant

If Italian is your thing, try Concerto Italian Restaurant which can be found in Niu’s Silom Jazz Club Bar and Restaurant.  It’s doubtful you’ll find a better Italian restaurant in the city.  Chef Marco Cammarata is garnering a lot of attention in Bangkok these days.

Even if Italian food is not to your liking, the restaurant offers dishes from around the globe including a selection of Thai dishes.

Somboon Seafood

In the mood for some seafood instead?  Then head over to Somboon Seafood where you can treat yourself to some freshly cooked, outstanding seafood.  The crab with yellow curry is particularly delightful but reservations ahead of time may be necessary to guarantee a table.

These are just a few suggestions; there are many more restaurants to choose from within walking distance of IT Track.  From well-known American fast food chains and street food to some of the finest dining in the country, you won’t have any trouble finding what you are looking for.


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