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Celadon - Bangkok, Thailand | Restaurant Review

Rated Number One in Thailand


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Celadon Thai Restaurant - Bangkok, Thailand: Rated as the best restaurant in Thailand in 2006, Celadon was a treat from beginning to end. Located 15 minutes from the Peninsula Hotel, the decor of Celadon is as beautiful as the food is delicious.

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The décor of the restaurant is chic and trendy with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Sturdy off-white chairs and black granite topped tables, softly lit by a single candle, accent the hardwood floors. The Thai music softly playing overhead simply adds to the soothing aura that surrounds you.

To be able to experience the wide range of Thai dishes we ordered two different tasting menus. I had the Dokchaba menu, my dining partner the Dok Kluaymai menu.

The Dokchaba started with rice paper sheet rolls with green curry chicken it was very spicy but a wonderful way to start the meal. My second starter was Yam Huaplee Googsod, a banana blossom salad, steamed prawns and shredded coconut. This too was delicious but a little to spicy for my taste.

My dining partner for the evening started with Thod Mann Talay, deep fried seafood cakes served with pickled vegetables, followed by Poo Nim Yam Som-O, salad with grilled soft shell crab. Both of these starters paled in comparison to mine.

My main dishes were red chicken curry, kale and oyster sauce and deep fried fish. The kale and oysters were sublime, the red curry was excellent, and the fish just didn't do it for me.

My dining partner had green chicken curry (delicious), steam/sautéed vegetables and duck. The curry and the duck were the highlights of his dinner.

A 2007 Cloudy Bay, Sauvignon Blanc, complimented our dinner. Its citrus, lemony flavor was a perfect match for this perfect dinner.

Dinner would not be complete without desert and of course, the best desert (according to me) in Thailand is the mango and sticky rice; and Celadon proved me right, their mango and sticky rice was without a doubt, was the best desert I had in Thailand.

If you are in Bangkok and love Thai cuisine is sure to book yourself a table at Celadon, it is a remarkable experience. For the best experience, do two tasting menus, it is a great way to experience it all.

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