Siam Paragon Food Court, Bangkok

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    Grand Palace Restaurant: Popular in Food Hall Siam Paragon Mall (2)

    by machomikemd Written Oct 30, 2013
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    part two of my grand palace restaurant tips with more pictures of the food.

    One of the popular Full Service Restaurant in the Asian Cuisine Section of the Food Hall of the Siam Paragon Food Court is the Golden Palace Restaurant. this restaurant offers assorted Thai and Chinese dishes, ranging from assorted thai hot soups, pad thai noodles, assorted thai curry dishes, chinese stir fry dishes and more. they have a prominent stall in the asian cuisine area where you can see assorted thai and chinese dishes on display and they have an extensive menu list too. typical restaurant prices as this is a full service restaurant after all.

    and like other restaurants in the Asian Cuisine Section, they give you paper vouchers on each order so that you can pay at the common payment counter at the exit area of the Asian Cuisine Section.

    opens: 10:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: like what i've said, they have a wide variety of thai and chinese dishes and i like their tom yam gum soup, the massaman chicken curry, the thai crab fried rice and pad thai. the servings are small though. price of an average meal per person here is about 250 to 300 baht.

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    the best selections!: Siam Paragon Food Court (part one)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 30, 2013

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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures inside the huge food court of Siam paragon

    Like what is said in my siam paragon tips, the food court here is HUGE! and offers International and Thai Dishes and they are really Cheap and If you don't like to eat street foods in Pratunam, Chatuchak, Suan Lum, patpong, Sukhumvit etc, the street foods here are CLEAN! only a little bit expensive. Thai Wet Noodles cost around 40 to 80 baht , depending on the toppings whether it is squidballs, beef balls, pork dumplings, pork intestines, beef strips, etc. Dry noodles like Pad Thai start at about 40 baht. Thai Rice toppings starts at around 45 baht. Drinks start at 25 baht and there are lots to choose from like lemon iced tea, thai iced tea, peach iced tea, strawberry iced tea, etc. Desserts start at 30 baht and include the one in the picture, A Thai Iced Sweet similar to Chendol of Singapore, Halo-Halo of Philippines and Kacang of Indonesia. Toppings include water chestnuts, grass jelly, tapioca, lotus seeds, jack fruit, mango bits, durian, coconut gel. Prices starts at 35 baht.

    you will have to buy a food ticket at the food counter and load up with money and show it at the food counters and they swipe the card to show how much is the remaining thai baht in your card, if you have remaining thai baht at the ticket, you can get a refund on the remaining baht in the card if you surrender the card to the food counter.

    try the siam paragon food court now!

    Favorite Dish: Khao Niaw Ma Muang (Puto-Maya or Mango With Sticky Rice), pad thai, Khad Pao Gung or Khad Pao Muh(thai fried rice), Gang Gai (chicken curry), Plaah Muk Guai Thiau (Squid w/ Fried Noodles).

    Opening hour:Daily 10.00am. -10.00 pm. Restaurants on Gf open until 11.00pm

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    Siam Paragon Food Hall: Asian Cuisine: Siam Paragon Food Hall: Asian Cuisine

    by machomikemd Written Oct 30, 2013
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    this will be my tip and pictures on the asian section of the Food Hall of the Paragon Food Court. The Asian Cuisine Area of the Food Hall is similar in concept from the Siam Paragon Food Court, in that it has a separate dining area, but unlike the food court, where it has many small food stalls, the Asian Cuisine part has bigger stalls and are full service Restaurants with menus of each restaurant. there are thai, japanese, assorted chinese, indian, malaysian, singaporean, vietnamese restaurants in the Asian Cuisine Area and you can order from any restaurant in it and they would bring the food in your table. as for the bill, they give you paper vouchers for each order for each restaurant and you just give them to the common payment counter for payment before you leave. you can also give tips at the payment counter, which are put into tip jars.

    The Whole First Floor is named the Gourmet Market and is composed of the Food Market, Food Hall (and the Asian Cuisine part of the Food Hall) and the Food Court!

    opens: 10:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: unlike the food stalls in the food court, they have full restaurant service here at the Asian Cuisine Part of the Food Hall. and we ordered Thai food at the Grand Palace.

    the choices here are varied, ranging from Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Vietnamese, Singaporean.

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    The Restaurants along the FOOD HALL: Siam Paragon Food Hall

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 10, 2012
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    The Famous Siam Paragon Food Court is only a small part of the huge first floor area of the Siam Paragon Mall and there is a separate international supermarket and assorted local and international restaurants that are interconnected and are named the FOOD HALL. this review is on the restaurant part of the Food Hall. The Whole First Floor is named the Gourmet Market and is composed of the Food Market, Food Hall and the Food Court!

    Like what is said in my siam paragon tips, the food court here is HUGE! and offers International and Thai Dishes and they are really Cheap and If you don't like to eat street foods in Pratunam, Chatuchak, Suan Lum, patpong, Sukhumvit etc, the street foods here are CLEAN! only a little bit expensive. Thai Wet Noodles cost around 40 to 80 baht , depending on the toppings whether it is squidballs, beef balls, pork dumplings, pork intestines, beef strips, etc. Dry noodles like Pad Thai start at about 40 baht. Thai Rice toppings starts at around 45 baht. Drinks start at 25 baht and there are lots to choose from like lemon iced tea, thai iced tea, peach iced tea, strawberry iced tea, etc. Desserts start at 30 baht and include the one in the picture, A Thai Iced Sweet similar to Chendol of Singapore, Halo-Halo of Philippines and Kacang of Indonesia. Toppings include water chestnuts, grass jelly, tapioca, lotus seeds, jack fruit, mango bits, durian, coconut gel. Prices starts at 35 baht.

    Favorite Dish: they have a wide variety of local and international restaurant chains at the Food Hall like Swensens, Starbucks, Auntie Annie's, Starbucks, What the Pho vietnamese Noodles, ros niyam malaysian restaurant, Au Bon Pain, Local Black Canyon Coffee, Ong Tea, Mc Donalds, Burger King and a way lot more restaurants. prices are more expensive than in the food court.

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    inside the food court proper: Siam Paragon Food Court (part two)

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 10, 2012

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    Part two of my two part tip with more pictures inside the huge food court of Siam paragon. I will have a separate pictures of the restaurants lining the ground floor area, which is separate from the food court.

    Like what is said in my siam paragon tips, the food court here is HUGE! and offers International and Thai Dishes and they are really Cheap and If you don't like to eat street foods in Pratunam, Chatuchak, Suan Lum, patpong, Sukhumvit etc, the street foods here are CLEAN! only a little bit expensive. Thai Wet Noodles cost around 40 to 80 baht , depending on the toppings whether it is squidballs, beef balls, pork dumplings, pork intestines, beef strips, etc. Dry noodles like Pad Thai start at about 40 baht. Thai Rice toppings starts at around 45 baht. Drinks start at 25 baht and there are lots to choose from like lemon iced tea, thai iced tea, peach iced tea, strawberry iced tea, etc. Desserts start at 30 baht and include the one in the picture, A Thai Iced Sweet similar to Chendol of Singapore, Halo-Halo of Philippines and Kacang of Indonesia. Toppings include water chestnuts, grass jelly, tapioca, lotus seeds, jack fruit, mango bits, durian, coconut gel. Prices starts at 35 baht.

    you will have to buy a food ticket at the food counter and load up with money and show it at the food counters and they swipe the card to show how much is the remaining thai baht in your card, if you have remaining thai baht at the ticket, you can get a refund on the remaining baht in the card if you surrender the card to the food counter.

    Favorite Dish: Khao Niaw Ma Muang (Puto-Maya or Mango With Sticky Rice), pad thai, Khad Pao Gung or Khad Pao Muh(thai fried rice), Gang Gai (chicken curry), Plaah Muk Guai Thiau (Squid w/ Fried Noodles).

    Opening hour:Daily 10.00am. -10.00 pm. Restaurants on Gf open until 11.00pm

    Favorite Dish: they have many thai and international food selections and prices start at 40 baht and up for the assorted thai and international soups, rice meals start at 60 baht and up and for a glutton like m, my bill reached 255 baht for one big rice meal order of stewed pork at 140 baht with rice, a thai spicy soup at 70 baht and one large thai iced tea at 45 baht hehehe.

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    Krispy Kreme: Good Food = Long Queue

    by walterwu Updated Jan 3, 2011

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    Location of Krispy Kreme outlet in Bangkok
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    Krispy Kreme (donut) has come to Bangkok in Siam Paragon.

    When we were there on 2 occasions, the queue was rather long and unless you have alot of time to spare, the chance of getting your hands on those crispy donut is rather faint.

    As for us, we didn't have any chance to purchase any of those lovely donuts.

    Favorite Dish: Donut

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    Siam Paragon Food Court: You'll be spoilt for choice!

    by UKDaisy Updated Feb 25, 2007

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    The food court on the ground floor of the Siam Paragon Shopping Centre is HUGE!!! There's kiosks that operates under the "Food Court" banner where you'll need to add credit to a card to be able to purchase food from these vendors (N.B. Ensure you get your refund of any credit remaining on the card on the same day as the card is only valid til midnight of the day of purchase). Then there's independent stalls/restaurants which accept cash/ credit card payments, and there's some fast food outlets (eg KFC) and restaurants too. And to top it off, there's also a big supermarket too!

    Cheap and large variety of local dishes!

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    Siam Paragon Food Court: Siam Paragon Food Court

    by slasty Written Jan 19, 2007

    Went here for the first time on my last trip. What an amazing shopping mall. The food court here is enormous and has something for everyones taste. Along with the usual fast food options there was alot of Thai Food, and Breadtalk which is a delicious store that makes all types of pastries and breads throughout the day.

    There is also store from the Orienental Hotel selling a variety of foods and some great cafes. We bought some small cakes for later on and they were wrapped in this great box and we were offered dry ice to keep them cool until we got back to our Hotel.

    There are also a number of Restaurants here. Recommend going there anytime of the day we went for breakfast and afternoon tea.

    Favorite Dish: Breadtalk. Been to there stores in Singapore, Bali and now Bangkok. Delicious pastries.

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    Head or Toe: food court at Silom Paragon

    by Audrey118 Written Dec 24, 2005

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    look at the moutain of butter!!!
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    If you are Asian, you will know this spread made of sugar and coconut milk. We love it with toast bread. In Malaysia we call it kaya. They have their version in Thailand, and this Head or Toe kiosk at the Silom Paragon as well as at Emporium food court, they have this thick toast and varity of topping. You can have peanut butter, jams, or simply just butter and sugar. But i like Asian jams and they have 3 flavours...original, green pandan or the purple yam paste - the later my favourite...taste like yam custard

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