Taste scrumptious Thailand food in the urban-rustic Err Restaurant | Thailand Food | Travel141

Err Restaurant: Fusion of urban-rustic setting and traditional Thailand food

Apart from shopping and exploring temples, Bangkok is known for delicious street food and never-ending restaurants that offer the best dining experiences. Which is why it is no surprise that one of the things to do in Bangkok is trying out local restaurants!

If you’re planning your Bangkok travel itinerary, you will probably stumble upon Thai food guides and Thailand travel blogs that direct you to places to visit and restaurants where you can sample authentic Thailand food.

We know it can be overwhelming to see all the mouth-watering food and not know which one to try first. But don’t worry because in today’s Thailand travel guide, we will introduce one of the Thailand attractions that deserve the top spot on your places to visit in Bangkok!

Err Restaurant is owned by renowned Chefs Dylan and Bo. They are the same duo behind the very popular fine dining restaurant Bo.Lan. Err Restaurant is an urban rustic Thai restaurant, one of the Bangkok attractions that truly represent the country’s food scene.

Taste scrumptious Thailand food in the urban-rustic Err Restaurant | Thailand Food | Travel141A table full of delicious Thailand food | Photo Courtesy: Err Restaurant Facebook Page

Serving delicious Thailand food while offering a vast collection of cocktails, Err Restaurant is a place you can go to for a casual dining experience at an affordable price.

Taste scrumptious Thailand food in the urban-rustic Err Restaurant | Thailand Food | Travel141How about a taste of some of these for today’s dinner? | Photo Courtesy: Err Restaurant

You can dig in to authentic Thailand food starting from 60 baht. From their serving of the best food in Thailand, the must-try dishes are Pad Hoi Prik Poa – mussels covered with chilli and basil jam, and Sai Krok Issan – best Issan pork sausage you will ever taste. Err Restaurant truly embodies the characteristics of Thailand food, leaving no scarcity of the chili flavour from the Bangkok food they offer.

Taste scrumptious Thailand food in the urban-rustic Err Restaurant | Thailand Food | Travel141There’s always time for great food | Photo Courtesy: Err Restaurant

To be able to serve the best Thai local food, Err Restaurant uses high-quality ingredients from artisans and local farmers.

Taste scrumptious Thailand food in the urban-rustic Err Restaurant | Thailand Food | Travel141Take a pick and choose the drink that would fit your meal

When it comes to the selection of cocktails, guests can choose from a variety of fruity flavours to hardcore liquor flavours. But most certainly, you can find the drink that’s truly you.

 

 

 

Take a pick and choose the drink that would fit your mealRetro style vibe is felt all throughout the restaurant | Photo Courtesy: Err Restaurant Facebook Page

Capturing the vibe of the old Thailand, the interior is filled with graffiti on brick walls while the stereo blasts funky tunes throughout the restaurant. Guests can also find old antiques, children’s toys and gizmos of various sizes around the restaurant which make up for its limited space. Some retro games for children are also available for guests to play with.

To enjoy an all-day dining of traditional Thai cuisine, you can easily go to Err Restaurant, which is accessible by taking the river boats that stop at Ta Tien Pier.

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Address: 394/35 Maharaj Road, Ta Tien, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phranakorn, Bangkok
Opening Hours:
11 am – 10 pm

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