For a variety of reasons, had two trips to Bangkok cancelled in the last four years. Scheduled to be there late this month and am looking forward to eating very well. Am doing research and as always am grateful to all of your posts and anyone willing to respond here. Want to focus almost exclusively on Thai food. Not afraid of anything. I imagine a fair amount of skytrain travel.
Staying at the Sukhothai. We have six dinner and five lunch "slots," plus grazing as we're out and about. From past research, i have a long list of places to consider. General strategy is no lunch reservations but stay very casual (and air conditioned, mostly!) wherever we find ourselves in town. Or, be in a particular neighborhood to visit but target a particular place. Does that make sense to you?
Will make dinner reservations. On a recent nontrip we had reservations at Thanying, Supatra River House, Blue Elephant, and Baan Khanitha and Gallery. What do you think of these places and do you think it makes sense to try again? Recommendations for two more in that similar vein?
Am of course reading all posts but always very, very happy to get comments/thoughts/recs. Thanks in advance.
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