BANGKOK RESTAURANT

French St.

Suki chain restaurant Coca goes French on Charoenkrung. 

After 60 years dominating Bangkok’s suki scene, chain restaurant Coca is going French.

The ubiquitous buffet brand has now opened French St. restaurant at O.P. Garden, where it offers Provencal comfort food courtesy of the Southern France-hailing chef Frederic Guerin.

Try his perfectly crispy, squid ink croquettes (B350) accompanied by saffron aioli, along with a bouillabaisse (B550) made with monkfish and cod.

Eating as a group? Guerin’s food goes big on sharing portions like the hay baked chicken black truffle (B2,200 for two), a whole stuffed chicken with rice, or the spicy tomato linguine (B320) that doesn’t compromise on spiciness.

Save some room for the zucchini cake with creamy olive oil (B290) to happily end the meal. 

Venue Details
Address: French St., O.P. Garden, Charoen Krung Soi 36, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-238-6400
Website: www.facebook.com/FrenchStBangkok
Area: Charoenkrung
Cuisine: French
Open since: January, 2018
Opening hours: daily 4:30-11pm
Nearest trainBTS Saphan Taksin
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