Great dining experience in BangkokHi,My wife and I had the pleasure of being taken here by our good friends Deep and Dao during our last stay in Bangkok in late March 2014. This restaurant is apparently not visited much by tourists and is more for the local restaurant set. The location is in the trendier area of the city. I think we were the only Aussies there that night but the place was packed (and on a Thursday night).Food was excellent. Service was second to none. We were well looked after and thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Prices are above average but commensurate with the type of establishment this is and the people it caters to.If your in Bangkok and have the time its well worth the trip but you have to book.Their website is www.the-andaman.comAddress is 56/1 Thonglor Soi 5, Sukhumvit 55, Wattana Bangkok 10110Phone (+66) 02 1853800 or mobile (+66) 0881855369Enjoy!
Agree. Best Fondue in town. My Favorite: Ribeye + Shrimp + Cheese Fondue. Finish with Chocolate Fondue.
classy casual dining , good value for money . can also order from the menu of the sushi bar next door
My children love the Pizza Cheese Fondue! And also Foie Graaaaaaaas!
Delicious beach restaurant We ate here while staying at the Marriott hotel just a few yards away. The food and service here are fantastic. We ordered the glass noodles with seafood as an appetizer. It was excellent, with a tangy lime flavor and crunchy cashews, along with fresh shrimp and squid. For entrees the wife ordered prawns with basil (kaprow), light on the chillies per her request. I ordered the garlic and pepper squid, which is perhaps the best dish Ive had in Thailand,,,its a large portion of squid sautéed simply in garlic, pepper and a little bit of cooking oil. Service was quick and friendly. I highly recommend this spot.
Clam Chowder Soup every time I visited there :))
Foie gras. Beef fondue is a must-try.
Her name is Bunta, lovely dog
An annual visit for our familyThis place, actually on the south side of Thonglor Soi 5, is located in a "modern" house (or house-like structure) adapted to the purpose. We initially found it as one of the best-rated best-value restaurants reviewed in Thailand Tatlers annual dining guide. We have found that source to be reasonably accurate and reliable (at least when reviewing restos below the uber hi-so level). Here is a cached (if a bit dated) review of theirs:http://www.bangkok.com/tatler/restaurants/theandaman.htmlThe menu is rather extensive, and eclectic. We have learned to go with staff recommendations (when we ask them in a certain way that indicates that we have been there before). Though the restaurant may be more well known for "European" cuisine (despite the name), Asian and fusion dishes are available. It is this combination that we enjoy on most of our visits. Beef-seafood-or-cheese fondue for the meal, or chocolate fondue with fruit for desert; spring rolls, soups...