Opens Everyday: 0:00 - 24:00 hrs
It’s about time Bangkok gets another secret hang out, and we’re pleased to say that Thai Lao Yeh, situated inside Cabochon Hotel & Residence, fits the bill. Tucked away at the end of Sukhmvit soi 45, Cabochon is a stone’s throw from the popular Rain Hill mall and newly opened Quince restaurant, but hidden enough to still give you a sense of privacy. Coming from the creators of a previous boutique favourite The Eugenia, Cabochon follows the same mantra of personalized luxury. With only 4 suites and 4 studios, it’s more ‘home’ than ‘hotel’, and all about being among beautiful objects—an idea we can certainly get behind. That said, Thai Lao Yeh is the Cabochon’s main restaurant and the place you’ll be frequenting if you’re into Thai with an uptown twist.
The restaurant itself looks like it’s been in service for a century, and this aura is only helped by the 100-year-old teak wall panels and antique furniture. Thai Lao Yeh, features Thai and Laotian street fare reimagined and served in tapas style, with dishes that include Issan Sausages (THB 120++), Fried Chicken Wings and a mouth searing hot and sour soup. The adventurous eater can also find provincial delicacies like Fried Duck Beaks (THB 150++) and Ant Egg Omelettes to accompany their white wine.
For more venue information see our page on The Cabochon Hotel.
14/29 Sukhumvit 45 Road,
Klongton Nua, Wattana,