$ Entrées less than 100B
$$ Entrées 100-200B
$$$ Entrées more than 100B
$$$$ Entrées more than 1,500B
Most Old-School Bangkok Eatery : Have a meal at Chote Chit  ($) off Tanao Road in the Old City, and sample flavors most people in Bangkok have forgotten about.
Best Pad Thai: It’s a toss-up between Pad Thai Loong Pha  ($) in Dusit and Thip Samai  ($) in the Old City.
Best Street Food : The street stalls and shophouses surrounding Wat Kanikapol and Trok Isara Nuphap  ($) offer some of the best “fast food” in Bangkok.
Best Thai Restaurant for Splurging : Head to Blue Elephant  ($$$) in Silom to enjoy the traditional Thai menu and beautiful decor.
Khao Mun Gai Pratunam $ : Khao Mun Gai Pratunam  ($) downtown stays open after the clubs close and serves cheap, satisfying chicken rice.
Most Indulgent Brunch : The best has got to be the Spice Market at the Four Seasons  ($$$) open-bar Sunday brunch, hands down.
Best Nouveau Thai : Bo.Lan  ($$$) stays true to the flavors of Thailand but takes enough creative license to make the meal like nothing you’ve ever had.