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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)

  • Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)
  • Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)
  • Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)
  • Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)
  • Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)

The third branch of hot-pot specialist Pot Ministry (also of EmQuartier and CentralWorld) keeps the focus on flavors from four corners of Thailand in an even more lavish setting of white marble and gold-and-brown leather sofas.

Choose from Northern-style tom naem or Southern gaeng lueang (yellow turmeric soup) with meat sets like Australian beef (B950) and kurobuta pork (B950). Order the App Mueng (B350) for a Northern-style platter of moo yor, pork crackling and namprik.

They’re also promising a long list of baked-rice clay pots like stewed pork with holy basil (B150) and spicy calamari with salt and chili (B390).

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Phone: 02-129-4398
Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon), 4/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS Siam

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm


Hot Pot

Open Since:

August, 2017
Parking available
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Pot Ministry (Siam Paragon)



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