Savor the flavors of Europe and the Mediterranean at these 6 Restaurant Week venues

Bangkok Aesop

BKRW Price: B1,199 (includes one plate to break per person)

This new-generation revival of a family-run Greek restaurant from Sydney, Australia evokes a festive vibe unlike anything before it in Bangkok. Those vibes are alive and well during BK Restaurant Week – on top of the three-course menu, each guest gets a dish to smash in typical Greek style. Before the crock pot crunch starts, eat a duo of appetizers (one consisting of falafel and one with shrimp ceviche) and main courses that are heavy on chicken or seafood. You can finish the meal with Galactoporico (Greek-style crispy custard pie), traditional baklavaOr Greek yogurt ice cream.

120 Sala Daeng Soi 1/1, 062-567-7751. Open Mon-Sat 5pm to midnight, Sun 12pm – 11pm

Belga Rooftop Bar & Brasserie

BKRW Price: B1,199

Perched on the 32nd floor rooftop of Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, this modern Belgian bistro boasts stunning panoramic views of the city and serves food with French roots. However, the food takes a more casual approach, ditching the flowery French creations for more everyday French fare. There is also, of course, an impressive selection of over 30 Belgian beers. For BK Restaurant Week, you can enjoy an array of Belgian classics (hello mega waffles) or mixed dishes with a special Belga twist, such as Watersoy Belga way (chicken breast braised in a stew-like white wine sauce).

120 Sala Daeng Soi 1/1, 062-567-7751. Open Mon-Sat 5pm to midnight, Sun 12pm – 11pm


BKRW Price: B1,199

This casual restaurant at Siam Kempinski Hotel will take you on a journey into the Mediterranean thanks to its azure palette, dark woods and delicious combination of classic and contemporary dishes that won it the 2021 Traveler’s Choice Award from Trip Advisor. The hearty, French-inspired meal begins with a traditional onion soup, followed by a juicy pork chop a la Mouthard or a whole sole meuniere. For dessert, wrap up a lighter scent with an eclair accompanied by fresh berries.

L/F, Siam Kempinski Hotel, 991/9 Rama 1 Rd, 02-162-9000. Open daily from 11am to 7pm


BKRW Price: B1,199

Quince is a Mediterranean-inspired, production-driven experience. Modern dining elements come into play in the restaurant with its elegant mid-century look of teal, velvet, leather and teak as part of the “Siri House” complex designed by real estate developer Sansiri (imagine a Soho House members club but tucked away a posh side street in Bangkok and you’ll get there ). For BK Restaurant Week, get a four-course ride through some of the restaurant’s best dishes, including a choice between old-fashioned duck breast or roasted bream as the main course.

Siri House, 14/2 Som Khet, 094-868-2639. Open daily from 5 to 9:30 pm


BKRW Price: B1,199

Part of a bistro, bar and gallery, but 100 percent a testing ground for bold new ideas, the bustling French restaurant workshop aspires to be more than the sum of its parts. Conveniently located on Yenakart Road in Sathorn, the restaurant occupies two houses that have been renovated and merged together. Diners can expect a la carte options not available elsewhere, such as the crab cappuccino or Australian lamb made with smoked milk and toasted coconut.

1/1 15 Yen Akat Road, 0055-06-2519. Open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 11pm

Scarlett Bangkok

BKRW Price: B1,199

With river views to boot, this award-winning little eatery 37 stories above Silom in Pullman Bangkok Hotel G combines well-executed French comfort food, grilled Australian steaks and a long, long wine list into one elegant and affordable package. Charcuterie and cheese plates are also highly recommended – just be sure to book in advance for a spot on the terrace.

37/F, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, 188 Silom Rd, 096-860-7990, 02-352-4000 Ext.: 1351. Open daily from 5 PM to 1 AM

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