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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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At Arroz (which is Spanish for rice), chef-partner Victor Burgos (previously of Thyme) proudly presents a variety of rice-centric dishes. 

Think paella (Spanish fried rice cooked in a shallow pan) and arroz meloso (a more brothy form of rice dish), on top of familiar staples like cold cuts (of course, there’s iberico ham [B750/500g]), gazpacho soup (B150), croquettes (B160) and garlic prawns (B280). 

Don’t miss the black ink paella with octopus and clams (from B1,200) and the chickpeas and pork stew with brothy paprika rice (B350).

To complement the meal, order some Spanish wine (starting at B165 by the glass) from their selection of over 100 bottles.

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Phone: 02-258-7696
Arroz, 112 Sukhumvit Soi 53, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Thong Lo

Opening Hours:

Wed-Sun 5:30-10pm; Mon 5:30-10pm; Sat-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm

Cuisine:

Spanish

Open Since:

January, 2017
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