The restaurant is located at 7/2 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand lamb is nothing good. As for the main, pork belly is very common. Chanel is delicious. However, I don't know why it is more like chot bhattura, so it is called chaat. But the fried bread is well done. We also had cheese na and a cheese with gun powder (not sure if I paired it, but there are only two kinds of bread as a side dish). They are fine. Overall, this is below the standard level for us, I would prefer traditional Indian meals.
Bangkok is a bit famous French restaurant, although not so domineering French food, but the things are not bad, the seafood inside is also good, dessert after the meal does not have French authentic.
Come here especially, Michelin restaurant, the taste is naturally not bad. The service brother is very kind and the conversation is very harmonious. The pre-dinner bread tastes very good. I ate half full. The main course likes steak. The taste is very good, fresh, the meat is very tender, and the juice is plenty. A pleasant and satisfying meal.
Excellent French Food!We were pleasantly surprised finding out, albeit a bit late in finding out, about the opening of Jaime in Bangkok. The food was wonderful and a very welcome addition for fine French cuisine in Bangkok. Location - a bit hard to find and the restaurant is located on the second floor, top floor, of the lobby of the U Sathorn hotel. Huge place, nicely decorated with lots of windows and natural light.Food - very good! Well presented, tasty and serviced by Marine Lorain herself. I have eaten at most, if not all, the fine dining restaurant in Bangkok and I thoroughly enjoyed my meal at Jaime and would rank them as one of the best in Thailand. Wine pairing was well thought out and the wine list themselves were reasonable in prices for Thailand. Food prices were, IMHO, very reasonable and even "inexpensive" when compared to the other top French restaurant here.Will return in April for the special dinner with Jean Michel Lorain will be in residence.
Wonderful experienceWelcome to the World of impeccable taste and wonderful Flavors. A true Eden in the heart of Bangkok. Must be seen to believe.
Need more! I wanna visit this restaurant on January and you know what? I wanna visit again! I like every dish Theyre a little bit pricey but worth to spend your miney and time here!
Great find!!Excellent food! Do not be put off by the location as down a small side Soi. Marine was very accommodating and excels with pride in the fact her father opened this restaurant. Food is top notch and will be back for the nine course tasting menu next month. We had the six course and the food was well presented and hit the spot perfectly. Special mention yo khun Aon for her polite and pleasant manner. Trust me - give this place a try!! Desserts are to die for, the French definitely master the art of cooking.
Glamorous setting and wonderful foodThe whole experience blew us away. We have enjoyed meals at many of the best restaurants around the world and this is up there with the best. The restaurant is elegant, warm and welcoming in a very French style. You immediately feel very special and ready to experience the upside down experience. First comes the bread- beautiful, varied and generous- accompanied by that beautiful white butter. Then the food- the best of French flavours served in Thai style- ready to share without having to dive into the dish and divvy it up as is the usual way of sharing Asian food. The presentation of the food was exquisite! Service was great, maitred Marine was superb- attentive and attuned to our needs- pricing was very reasonable for a restaurant of this calibre.This restaurant is not just about eating. If you just want a heap of food presented any which way and with no respect for the food or the guest then dont go. If you want a truly memorable dining e...