nahm

Row 1

Details
27 Sathon Tai Rd (at Metropolitan Bangkok)
สาทร, 10120
+66 2 625 3388
Thai
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:00 PM Sat–Sun: 7:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • I could eat here every day for the rest of my life and die happy.
  • The first Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Europe and rightly so.
  • David Thompson's newest creation in Bangkok.
  • Not worth it in my opinion. Paid $100 USD for two people and didn't feel satisfied in terms of flavor. Spices were a little too over powering even after eating spicy Thai food everyday for 2 weeks.
  • Appetizers tasty but mains were salty and mediocre. Got a weird syrupy dessert in my set lunch with CANNED rambutans! Overrated top dog of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.
  • David Thompson, famed for Michelin-starred nahm restaurant at The Halkin hotel in London, has opened his first restaurant in Bangkok. Serving authentic Thai food.
  • Fa-rang chef makes impressive thai food ; loved the quail dry red curry pa-nang style - as good as the original in london.
  • Head chef David Thompson, whose London-based Thai restaurant of the same name received a Michelin star, opened this branch in the Metropolitan Hotel in 2010.
  • If you only eat one meal in Bangkok, make it the set menu at Nahm.
  • Set menu FTW. Thai cuisine brought to a whole different level.
  • Make sure you book because this restaurant rocks culinary socks off. Order the set menu and tell them your chilli hotness comfort level - then sit back and enjoy your foodgasms. Leave room for dessert
  • Best meal I've ever had, order the set menu, end with the durian over sticky rice. Absolutely amazing food!
  • Modern-designed southeast-fusion cuisines with dim-lit corners.
  • Must try is the Tom Yumtimi. A mixology based on a classic Tom Yum and a Martini. Spicy and tasty just like Thailand
  • food is ok, no surprise, you find this kind of asia style on many places for much cheaper prices
  • Come hungry and order the set menu. Call as early as possible to secure a reservation, if you're having trouble staying at the hotel might help
  • Grilled mussels in southern Thai style - this was my favorite dish out of all the dishes we tried
  • Best thai food in the world!
  • David Thompson and head chef Prin Polsuk, Little-known, big-flavour sharing plates drawn from centuries-old Thai cookbooks, Guinea fowl curry with shampoo ginger and holy basil.
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