The Food Loft at Central Chidlom is an upscale food court.
Selection is really good ranging from Chinese food, Japanese, Indian, Thai and Western.
Had lunch here several time after a day of shopping at the Central department store downstairs and the Indian outlet was particularly good due to lack of Indian food at regular food courts.
Prices are more expensive than the regular food courts, but not more so than the good local restaurants. Expect to pay around 300-400 Baht ($8-$10).
The restaurant is very popular in the weekends with the shopping crowd so if you are planning a day of shopping with lunch at Central Chidlom best is to go there at 11.30am latest.
Exellent food & service even if it's quite busy but staffs are helpful.
I was always enjoying food & dessert at Food Loft.
Recommended if you like salad dish...then Food Loft has a salad corner that serve you the best salad.
My favorite is Ceazar salad and then follow by Vietnamese food which is full of vegetable menu.
End up with a piece of cake ...was always Brownie cake and a cup of coffe.
Nice atmosphere and relaxed (for me ;) ) to watch people enjoy buying their food.
Some menus are a little bit expensive but when compare with quality & taste...Ummm..it's just perfect.
Favorite Dish: Vietnamese food, Pizza, Ceazar Salad.
Chicken Satay. Cakessss.
Food Loft is my favorite restaurant in Bangkok. Located at the 4th level of Central Mall Ploentchit rd.
A very cozy place to dine...not too casual but not a formal dining either.
They offer Asian Foods (Thai, Malaysian, Indian, Chinese) and pasta and pizza. Wide selection of desserts...from ice cream to cakes to pastries. Beverages is located on different conter...juices, coffee, fruit shakes, softdrinks name it and they almost have it here.
Upon entrance you will be given 1000THB worth of coupon which you will used when purchasing the food. After you finish you can settle your bill at the exit counter.
Favorite Dish: I love their pizza, pasta and chinese cuisines.Plus their mouth watering desserts.
Whether you can't decide what to eat, or looking for something new -- this might be the answer for you.
The food loft has everything from Indian to Italian, with the price less than 7 bucks a dish (and of course, good quality.)
Rice noodle in Tom Yum spicy soup with king prawn is my all-time favourite.....nothing to describe...it's just soooo good!! The Vietnamese and Chinese sections are also thumbs up, the only section I don't recommend is Japanese.
Be there a little before 11:30, or there'd be no tables left.
Favorite Dish: Tom Yum soup + king prawn in Thai Section
the ambience is similar to a food court but you can taste authentic thai food..try out the crab salad, phad thai (fried noodle) and shrimp fried rice with watermelon shake...yummy! their menus have english translatin so you wont be surprised about the ingredients of your food
There are many choices of Asian, European, and international foods and desserts. Includes also bar and coffee shop.
When entering you wil be given a card which you will provide on each food stall you order the food at. Then when exiting you need to give back the card to the cashier for payment. Just don't loose the card otherwise you will be fined for 1000 Baht.
This food court is situated on the last floor of CDS. It's definately a place to go.I think this place was very well organised and systematic.Also, the decor at the eating area is so unlike a food court. It's a very orderly place, pun intended!
Favorite Dish: There is wide variety of flavours,taste and odour.I would recommend the indian food it was really nice.Try the dal makhni or paneer(cottage cheese).The biryani or the paratha.
Also, try the mango dash or mania at the juice stop..It also has sugar cane juice and coconut water which are very nice.
Definately try the thai desserts.Especially the mango with sticky rice, its so so good.I would also recommend the banana chocolate crepe.
I also had the veg sushi, am a vegeterian!..It was great! you can find it at the japanese counter.I would also recommend the stirfried noodles at the Singapore counter.
Right at the top of the huge Central Chidlom department store (on the 7th floor) is their take on the food court - but given the type of store it is, this is a much more refined kind of place than the average Bangkok food court. Rather than lots of small Thai food vendors that you'll see elsewhere, this place is made up of kitchen "islands", each with a different type of food available - there's Thai, Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese and more. What's on offer is marked up on blackboards - just queue up and order. While the Chinese food I tried definitely wasn't in the "wow" category - it wan't at all bad, I'll happily go back to this place.
You get a card with a barcode on it which gives you a 1000 baht credit - prices are keen though, so you'll have a hard time spending anywhere near that on most of the dishes. Just hand over the card every time you order something and pay as you leave, very easy.
Open from 10 am to 10 pm daily.
The food court at Chidlom shopping mall is the best!!!. At the entrace a lady give you a 1000 bath limit ticket to buy the food that you want. Each quiosco has their own speciality, there are many choices, we tried italian and chinese, and they also have delicious desserts and juices. The prices are really cheap and the food is well presented, very clean (you can see where they cook and how they cook) and delicious!!!
really cool place - ultra chic department store cafeteria style place with plasma screen mini tv's upstairs. nice clean surroundings with a good mix of food to choose from. i had the spaghetti carbonara with ham and paid 147 bahts and an orange juice for 45 bahts. great place to get a quick and tasty lunch for less than 7 US dollars per person.
This place has nice ambience...cosy with a nice view of the bangkok city area.
Wide variety of food to choose from. I had Indian Naan and prawn somthing while my friend had seafood pasta!..
If you're afraid to eat from the street hawkers.. this place is good..
Foodloft is on the top floor of the Central Chidlom department store and serves a wide variety of different styles of food including Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian and Italian. What happens is that as you enter you are given a "credit card" good for up to 1000 baht (although you will probably spend a lot less than this per person). Then you go to any of the counters and select what you want and they will charge the cost of that dish/drink to the card. When you leave your card is read and you pay the bill.
I had a vietnamese "4seasons" platter which contained 4 separate dishes, plenty of well cooked tasty food and cost about 240 baht.
The restaurant seems to be very popular with the young "trendy" Thai set as well as visitors.
Favorite Dish: Hmm - not sure could be any one of these 6 beautiful girls.
Seriously though - after Peak and her friend left I was left alone with them. The things I do for the sake of a VT tip :-)
Here is the new food center of Central Chidlom in downtown.Good atmosphere and music .I think there is the good place for relax and talk.Nice interior decoration.
Favorite Dish: There are many kind of food as Thai Vietnum sushi but some good and some bad.The price are quite expensive more than others food center here.I think it 's like you have pay for more luxuary decoration.
The surrounding environment was superb and it's a good place for couple..romantic lighting and decos. There are selections of Chinese Crusine, Indian, Vietnam, Italian, Japanese, of cos the most delicious item - THAI selection.
Favorite Dish: I had Thai selection of Khoi Soy - it's kind of curry and fried noodle. It's delicious when you had a crispy noodle with the curry. It was not spicy at all.
Then, I had a crepe with resberry and added with Nuts ice-cream. I can tell you the dessert i had was superb! Yummy Yummy!
Romantic lighting and water front decos in the restaurant.....
Favorite Dish: I have ordered the Crepe with Rasberry..It taste great when you eat it with wrip cream and ice-cream...Yummy!