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Comptoir Eiffel

110/1 Sukhumvit soi 23 | 1st street on the right after entering Sukhumvit soi 23., Bangkok 10110, Thailand
+66 2 259 3033
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Ranked #254 of 7,819 restaurants in Bangkok
Certificate of Excellence 2014
Price range: $12 - $35
Cuisines: European, French
Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations, Delivery, Late Night
Description: In May 2014 Le Petit Zinc restaurant becomes Comptoir Eiffel. This well-known restaurant appreciated par many loyal guests begins a reconversion towards more refinement and diversity while maintaining the original Parisian bistro spirit. As soon as you come through the door you can feel the warm and friendly ambience of the venue. The owner has recently taken over the three years old restaurant, and is fully dedicated to the wellness of it guests. Guests can choose among different spaces: a private room on the mezzanine, a terrace with shadow, and the main dining-room facing the bar. Wherever you seat, you can instantly feel transported to Saint Germain des Pres. Once you are comfortably settled, it's time to look at the menu. The Chef and its team honour dishes from all over France with Perigourdine salad, Half-cooked tuna and piperade, and the traditional Onion soup. And concerning fish? You will find them on skewers, in carpaccio, grilled from the oven...Meat with their tenderness will please sensitive palates, as the foie gras duo will do. In the genuine spirit of a French bistro-brasserie, duck specialties and salads are important to the menu. Cheese lovers are not forgotten thanks to a judicious selection of both French and local cheese. Finally, weekly specials from the blackboard enhance the care given to cook with fresh ingredients. Comptoir Eiffel is open every day for lunch and dinner.
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Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations, Delivery, Late Night
Description: In May 2014 Le Petit Zinc restaurant becomes Comptoir Eiffel. This well-known restaurant appreciated par many loyal guests begins a reconversion towards more refinement and diversity while maintaining the original Parisian bistro spirit. As soon as you come through the door you can feel the warm and friendly ambience of the venue. The owner has recently taken over the three years old restaurant, and is fully dedicated to the wellness of it guests. Guests can choose among different spaces: a private room on the mezzanine, a terrace with shadow, and the main dining-room facing the bar. Wherever you seat, you can instantly feel transported to Saint Germain des Pres. Once you are comfortably settled, it's time to look at the menu. The Chef and its team honour dishes from all over France with Perigourdine salad, Half-cooked tuna and piperade, and the traditional Onion soup. And concerning fish? You will find them on skewers, in carpaccio, grilled from the oven...Meat with their tenderness will please sensitive palates, as the foie gras duo will do. In the genuine spirit of a French bistro-brasserie, duck specialties and salads are important to the menu. Cheese lovers are not forgotten thanks to a judicious selection of both French and local cheese. Finally, weekly specials from the blackboard enhance the care given to cook with fresh ingredients. Comptoir Eiffel is open every day for lunch and dinner.
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English first
1 review
5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 20, 2014 NEW via mobile

Very good experience in this beautiful bistro which has entirely been the refurnished. The owner, Michel is such a nice and helpfull person, with wise advices. I highly recommand this restaurant: It is obvious that the food is fresh, tasty and home made by a good chef.

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Bangkok, Thailand
2 reviews
2 of 5 stars Reviewed July 10, 2014

Formerly Le Petit Zinc, this eatery has either been relaunched and/or has acquired new owners. Now calling itself Comptoir Eiffel, its original decor (inherited from Le Petit Zinc) and fittings make it a pleasant and comfortable place in which to sit down and eat French bistro-like cuisine. Food-wise, this place is a big disappoitment. All dishes I ate on two... More

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Senior Contributor
35 reviews 35 reviews
24 restaurant reviews
32 helpful votes 32 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 6, 2014

Service was not the best. The waiter could not explain the menu nor provide any recommendation, perhaps that is why it is considered casual dining. The food however was good. Had the onion soup as starter, simple and straight to the point. The seared tuna with salsa sauce and mash was really yummy. Definitely worth a try.

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1 review
3 of 5 stars Reviewed April 24, 2014

I just visit this restaurant, even not much people at their till7:00pm i walk in and try. The food is good and price is reasonable. Great experience!

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BKK
Senior Contributor
48 reviews 48 reviews
40 restaurant reviews
34 helpful votes 34 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 15, 2014

My friend and I initially wanted to go to JP restaurant but it was full (as expected on a saturday night) and as we did not have a reservation, the owner really could not accommodate us. We walked a bit and stumbled upon LE PETIT ZINC. The place looked great, decor, atmosphere was nice and inviting so we went in.... More

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London, United Kingdom
1 review
1 helpful vote 1 helpful vote
1 of 5 stars Reviewed April 6, 2014

Originally wanted to go to Jp French restaurant round the corner, but was closed. Decided on le petit zinc instead as was in the mood for French food and wine. Save your money! I went for the waygu beef burger and it was absolutely in-edible! The bun was rock hard and stale, the burger inside contained loads of chewy sinue... More

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Venice, Italy
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16 reviews 16 reviews
15 restaurant reviews
10 helpful votes 10 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed March 5, 2014 via mobile

I had dined here a couple of years ago and had a good experience as it started up. A second restaurant has sprung up, which i felt was a sign the original Petit Zinc was successful. We ended up as the only table of diners between 19:00 and 21:30, a pretty solitary experience for the centre of Bangkok. The film... More

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sydney
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7 reviews 7 reviews
2 helpful votes 2 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 2, 2014 via mobile

Firstly the service was friendly and attentive without hovering, the appetiser of a olive paste/pate with toasts delightful, I followed this with the onion soup, great flavour with just the right amount of crouton and cheese, for main I had the duck breast with berry sauce, a little more sauce perhaps would have been nice, but the duck was cooked... More

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Ottawa, Canada
Senior Contributor
21 reviews 21 reviews
8 restaurant reviews
5 helpful votes 5 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed February 8, 2014

We just discovered this place, although it has been here for a couple of years. Along a side soi, east of Soi 23 (near the Pegasus). Its run by a young French couple. The decor is pure paris, with food to match. A Salad was crisp, fresh and the dressing was suitably piquant. we each had magret de canard, but... More

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Nottingham, United Kingdom
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53 reviews 53 reviews
49 restaurant reviews
26 helpful votes 26 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed February 6, 2014

The ambiance and service was excellent. We went for lunch and had the set menu - which was quite diverse and priced very reasonably at 350 bt (£7) for two courses. We both chose the skirt steak and French fries - knowing that skirt steak is a cheaper cut, we chose to have it medium rare. My steak was excellent... More

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