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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Le Cabanon

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Another old-house-turned-restaurant in the rising Narathiwat neighborhood, Le Cabanon serves Mediterranean seafood dishes in a setting that evokes holiday homes in the French coastal town of Cap Ferret.
 
That means light blue and white tones paired with dark wood, starters like scallop carpaccio (B450) and mains such as grilled lobster (B900-1,800), plucked straight from the tank.
 
You’ll also find iconic French and Mediterranean dishes like escargot (B480), lobster soup (B500) and burrata with sweet and juicy tri-color tomatoes from Chiang Mai (B450). Finish your meal with the scrumptious fresh raspberry tart (B280). 
 
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Phone: 092-568-0444
Le Cabanon, 44 Akhan Songkhro Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Sathorn

Nearest Train:

BTS Chong Nonsi

Opening Hours:

Tue-Fri 5-11pm

Cuisine:

Seafood

Open Since:

July, 2017
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