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Bangkok Food Scene: 5 Best restaurants for healthy & organic food

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants| Bangkok Food | Travel141

Travelling to Thailand means a great amount of Bangkok food is waiting to be devoured. From street food favourites to luxury restaurants’ Thailand food best-sellers, the array of Thai local food is bountiful. But how much of these cuisines are healthy and organic?

For people leaning towards starting a wholesome living, it can be quite difficult to pinpoint restaurants in Thailand that would give them the healthy options they want. But worry no more as we at Travel141 – your ultimate Thailand travel guide –have compiled hidden gems that are ideal for healthy green eaters.

Taking the spotlight in today’s Thai food guide are 5 best restaurants for healthy and organic Bangkok food.

Na Aroon

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Start eating healthy with Na Aroon’s vegetarian food | Photo Courtesy: Ariyasom

The first in our Thailand travel blog today is a traditional restaurant housed in a small charming hotel.

Tucked away at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 1 is a small boutique hotel called Ariyasom Villa. Inside this traditional Bangkok hotel is Na Aroon – one of the best healthy local restaurants in Bangkok.

With their philosophy of healthy, tasty and organic vegetarian food, Na Aroon’s menu comprises of Thailand food culture’s best and some healthy western dishes. Along with good quality oils, soy sauces, vinegars, fresh organic fruits and vegetables, Na Aroon continues to provide delicious and healthy Bangkok food.

Address: Sukhumvit 1 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours:
6:30PM – 10:30PM

Paste Bangkok

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141A perfect choice for a lunch meal | Photo Courtesy: Paste Bangkok

Award winning Australian chef Jason Bailey along with his Thai partner Bongkoch “Bee” Satongun are both acclaimed for their Thai restaurants in Australia. But the two have decided to take their passion for delicious healthy food in Bangkok and started one of the famous Bangkok attractions – Paste.

Each serving of Paste’s Bangkok food highlights original Thai flavours and textures. Using only fresh produce sourced from provinces, local farms and forests, Paste assures guests a wholesome and flavourful culinary experience.

Address: 3rd Floor, Gaysorn, 999 Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Bangkok, Thailand 10330
Opening Hours:
12:00PM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 11:00PM

Khun Churn

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Khun Churn Vegetarian Restaurant in Bangkok | Photo Courtesy: Khun Churn Facebook Page

Sporting a classy yet casual atmosphere, Khun Churn which is originally from Chiang Mai is a vegetarian restaurant situated in Bangkok’s less crowded place – Bangkok Madiplex.

Khun Churn serves some northern Thai dishes – some of the best food in Thailand – such as nam prik noom chili dip. To keep everything healthy and organic, Khun Chrun substitutes brown rice instead of white rice and uses non-dairy cereal cream instead of coconut milk for all their curries.

A recommended dish from their menu is the larb northeastern spicy salads.

Address: G/F, Bangkok Mediplex Bldg, Sukhumvit Soi 42, Bangkok,
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 9:00PM

May Kaidee’s

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Beautifully prepared healthy option from May Kaidee’s | Photo Courtesy: May Kaidee’s Thai Vegetarian & Vegan Experience

What started out as a backpacker’s vegetarian café serving the masses on Khao San Road, May Kaidee’s has now grown into two more branches located in Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

Get ready for a full-blown vegan experience at May Kaidee’s and enjoy a feast of healthy greenery that feeds the soul.

May Kaidee’s never uses MSG and replaces fish sauce with soy sauce. The menu has been altered to fit the taste of foreign dishes but not forgetting to serve only healthy Bangkok food. May Kaidee’s is also popular for its cooking class and an app dedicated to healthy cooking.

Address: 59 Tanao Road, Bang-lam-phu, Bangkok, Thailand 10200
Opening Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM

Rasayana Retreat

Eat healthy and organic Bangkok food from these restaurants | Bangkok Food | Travel141Satisfy your daily cravings with a serving of Rasayana Retreat’s healthy meals | Photo Courtesy: Rasaya Retreat

Offering not just organic Thai dishes but taking healthy cuisine to a whole new level, Rasayana Retreat offers a complete and whole new approach to healthy living. Rasayana Retreat is a holistic centre specializing in rejuvenating programs for a healthy, mind and soul. Its café houses organic meals such as Thai pasta made from zucchini and coconut flesh, while their eggplant lasagne is a mixture of avocado sauce, zucchini, marinated eggplant and marinara.

Healthy desserts, soups and salads also grace their menu.

Address: 59 Tanao Road, Bang-lam-phu, Bangkok, Thailand 10200
Opening Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM

Fuel your Bangkok travel experience by visiting these healthy restaurants for a refreshing break from the city’s famous street food. To know more highly-rated Bangkok attractions, browse through Travel141 and plan your travel itinerary from their Thailand travel guides!

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Melange Restaurant: Specialising in home-cooked Thailand food & Western classics

Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics| Thailand Food | Travel141

There is no better way to begin or conclude a culture-filled Bangkok travel experience by starting and ending it with local Thailand food! But where to start, you ask? Unravelling Thai cuisines begin once you step out of your Bangkok hotel. While the never-ending list of restaurants featured in Thailand travel blogs can be a little overwhelming, we are here to direct you straight to one of the finest ones in the city!

Located at the lively Ekkamai Soi 10, Melange Restaurant is one of the Bangkok attractions where guests can dine local home-cooked Thailand food and Western classics. It is owned by Anthony Kranepuhl who once worked at the sidelines at Four Seasons Hotel.

Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics | Thailand Food | Travel141 Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics | Thailand Food | Travel141Focusing their menu on classic Western cuisines and Thai local food, portions of dishes such as Four Cheese Pizza and Oven-Baked Mussels with Garlic Butter and Parmesan Cheese are good for sharing. Single-served dishes like Namprik Platoo and Spaghetti Carbonara are available too.

Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics | Thailand Food | Travel141Cosy outdoor setting of Melange Bangkok | Photo Courtesy: Melange Bangkok

Owner Anthony Kranepuhl and his partner Michaela have converted a house complete with a pool where guests can dine, swim, chill and enjoy a day eating some of the best food in Thailand. So for your much-needed break from Bangkok shopping, one of the things to do in Bangkok is simply enjoy a day to devour classic Thailand food at Melange Restaurant. What sets it apart from other Thailand attractions is that this cosy restaurant welcomes furry canine friends too!

Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics | Thailand Food | Travel141A simple yet relaxing interior of Melange Bangkok | Photo Courtesy: Melange Bangkok

Locals and tourists dine at the first floor designed with warm wood, white painted walls and large tables to accommodate big groups for friends and family gatherings. The outdoor option gives a more relaxing feel with its white wooden seats, swings and a 14-metre swimming pool.

Melange Restaurant is a cosy Bangkok attraction to dine Thailand food & Western classics | Thailand Food | Travel141Dining tables and chairs right beside the swimming pool | Photo Courtesy: Melange Bangkok

Looking for other Bangkok attractions similar to Melange Restaurant? Check out Travel141’s Thailand travel guide and read through Thailand travel tips to get your started on your Bangkok travel itinerary!

Address: 73 Ekkamai 10, Sukhumvit 63, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok
Opening Hours
: Tue-Sun: 8am-10pm, Closed Monday

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Thailand Travel Guide: Make your way to the mountainous paradise of the land of Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai is a fascinating alternative to the bustling city of Bangkok. With cleaner air and cooler climate, this Thailand travel destination–700km from the country’s capital city—boasts a calmer and more laid-back atmosphere. It also has a lush countryside that is just a short drive away from town.

Although Chiang Mai doesn’t have the busy, urban lifestyle of Bangkok, there are a number of Chiang Mai hotels to cater to the growing number of tourists that visit the city. There are also more options for travellers who want to embark on a Chiang Mai shopping spree.

From nature explorations to visiting historical temples, marvel in Chiang Mai attractions and discover that this place offers just as much entertainment and cultural sightings as Bangkok.

If you’re wondering about the things to do in Chiang Mai, let Travel141’s Thailand travel guide open your mind to what this charming Thailand travel destination has to offer!

Visit the historical Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Explore the exciting and colourful city of Chiang Mai for a complete Thailand travel experience | Thailand Travel | Travel141One of the things to do in Thailand is to visit some of its historical temples

Start off your Chiang Mai travel with a trip to a historical temple.

One of the most remarkable Thailand travel destinations, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is a historical temple situated at the mountain of Doi Suthep overlooking the city of Chiang Mai.

This holy place is visited by a number of tourists and Thais on a daily basis.

Discover the underground ancient city of Wiang Kum Kam

Explore the exciting and colourful city of Chiang Mai for a complete Thailand travel experience | Travel141The ancient city of Wiang Kum Kam located along the Ping River to the south of Chiang Mai

 From the eighteenth century Haripunchai Kingdom, be in awe with Wiang Kum Kam, an ancient city situated five kilometres in the South of Chiang Mai.

Take your time exploring the area and discover fascinating Buddhist sculptures, architectures, pottery and stone tables with Mon inscriptions.

Chiang Mai food is an extensive mix of traditional northern Thai cuisine, local favourite Thai food and international flavours. Uncover outstanding cultural and culinary experience as you dine in some of the best restaurants in Chiang Mai.

Huen Phen Restaurant Chiang Mai

Explore the exciting and colourful city of Chiang Mai for a complete Thailand travel experience | Travel141Huen Phen Restaurant in Chiang Mai | Photo Courtesy: Huen Phen Website

Tasting delectable Thai cuisine is one of the things to do in Thailand which is why it is no surprise that most Thailand travel blogs include restaurants where travellers can sample authentic Thai food.

Famed for its Khao Soi noodle soup, Huen Phen has been one of the go-to restaurants in Chiang Mai for more than four decades.

Serving the best of Northern Thai cuisine, Huen Phen usually gets busy during lunch time as foreigners and locals flock the restaurant to satisfy their daily serving of quality Thai food.

The restaurant is open twice a day, in daytime, it is like a cafeteria with so many customers around but at night it transforms into a romantic restaurant coupled by antique decors and low lighting. There is also more variety of food choices at night.

Tong Restaurant and Bar

Rated as one of the best restaurants in Chiang Mai, Tong Restaurant and Bar also known as Tong Tem Toh is the perfect place to taste some authentic northern Thai food. The menu of this star restaurant is extensive with most of the Thai food served very spicy. Food is good for sharing and it is recommended to order different dishes for a wider selection.

Beers and some mixers can be ordered from the bar.

Make it an exciting journey in the Land of Smiles by checking out Travel141 where you can find Thailand travel tips and guidelines for exploring the beautiful country of Thailand!

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