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Brasserie 9

Traditional French cuisine comes with a few contemporary twists at this welcoming bistro, complete with timber beams, hanging lamps and an old-fashioned world map. Classic appetizers like foie gras terrine and sit alongside mains like pan-fried frog legs in garlic butter, salmon and Charolais entrecote with vegetables. 

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Cagette Canteen and Deli

Find your way to Cagette Canteen and Deli for a bounty of fresh seafood, stinky cheeses, cold cuts and simple French comfort dishes. “Cagette” is French for crate, the wooden sort that evokes the bountiful fresh markets of yester-century France, and the decor is thusly themed—farmhouse transmuted by the industrial revolution. As well as being one of the ‘hood’s top French restaurants, Cagette also doubles as a grab-and-go deli.
 
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Embassy Room

This sleek, French-inspired brasserie boasts a rotating selection of modern European dishes by chefs Franck Detrait and Pierre Tavernier. Like most of the high-end hotel offerings in town, Embassy Room sources its ingredients seasonally, using a combination of local and imported ingredients. It’s BKRW menu is a curated list of some of its finest a la carte offerings, like the succulent honey-glazed pork tenderloin and zucchini cannelloni.
 
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Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant

Perched 37 floors above Silom, with river views to boot, this wine bistro combines well-executed French comfort food, chargrilled Aussie steaks and a long, long wine list into one sleek yet affordable package. The charcuterie and cheese platters also come highly recommended—just be sure to book well ahead for a spot on the terrace. Diners had nothing but praise for Scarlett during BKRW 2018—100 percent positive reviews. 
 
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The Brasserie

Sitting in the upper lobby of the palatial Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, The Brasserie serves up sharing dishes of beef bourguignon and other simple French staples to go with craft beer and cider on normal days—if you didn't know, "brasserie" is French for brewery, but often describes venues with a large selection of drinks in general. 
 
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