Vincent’s Restaurant, Bangkok


Visitors to Bangkok could easily miss Vincent’s restaurant as it is tucked away in a narrow street near Lumpini Park. Having recently moved to a new location on Sathorn Soi 1, the restaurant is now spread over 2 buildings with a romantic garden area where you can dine surrounded by orchids and an array of plants and trees. The two indoor areas are small and offer an intimate dining experience.

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The menu is varied and innovative offering mouth-watering Thai and Taiwanese cuisine alongside some western dishes with Vincent’s new addition of Thai flavoured burgers for those looking for a quick bite.  A good selection of wines and draft beer is available to complement your dining experience.


We have visited the restaurant several times and would highly recommend it for a romantic dinner or to celebrate a special occasion. The garden area can be booked for small parties and provides an ideal setting for friends to get together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

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The restaurant has free parking and is open Monday to Saturday for breakfast, lunch and dinner and prices are very reasonable. Treat yourself to a great dining experience in this hidden gem where you will be assured of a warm welcome by Vincent and his friendly staff.

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By Robindro Saikhom with Steve O’Donnell

Serene Journeys

Robin is the owner of Serene Journeys, a gay travel company in India and a freelance travel photographer.  Follow him on Instagram @ serenejourneys or Facebook @ Serene Journeys. 

Steve is a freelance travel writer and photographer and UK Consultant with Serene Journeys

Vincent’s Restaurant