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For the last five years, nahm has consistently ranked in the top 10 restaurants in Asia in the annual San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna list. In 2017, nahm was once more awarded one of the guide's coveted Michelin stars, putting it among the top restaurants in Asia. nahm emphasises the strong, fresh flavours of traditional Thai cuisine, headed by Chef Pim Techamuanvivit. Chef Pim delivers tastes and textures in dishes of all varieties, whether savoury or sweet, meats, seafood or vegetables.
We chose Nahm so we could try excellent Thai cuisine. It’s listed at number 49 in the World’s Best 59 restaurants so I figured this was a safe bet. Unfortunately we were disappointed. Some of the shared dishes we chose were good and some were...More
This was the second time we have been to Nahm at the COMO Metropolitan hotel.
Honestly, we were a bit disappointed. Not only had the menu changed from the last time we were there...but there is also a new chef.
Not sure I will be...More
Not sure why this place has a Michelin star!
The food was ordinary Thai food with no added creativity or presentation warranting the Michelin star. It was a good meal but nothing that stands out or I’d recommend to someone.
Service was good. Decor lacked...More
I having dined here previously, I wanted to see if the change in head chef would change my favourable view of the restaurant. It was wonderful - from the starting cocktails, to the closing “amuse”. I didn’t even notice the minor error in the bill...More
I ordered the açaí fruit and yogurt bowl and my taste buds went to heaven. This breakfast came as part of my hotel package at the Como Metropolitan.The restaurant is open for breakfast from 6 to 10 AM. There is a buffet and a menu,...More
Famous restaurants are famous for a reason, and I would have to say that nahm does live up to its reputation. Fantastically expensive for Thai (and Southeast Asian) standards, and worth every baht. We had mostly seafood, and they were fresh, tasty, and delicious. I...More
We came to Nahm with high expectations and hopeful that the few bad reviews we read were wrong, but were bitterly disappointed. Most of the food was below standard. Soup, relish and main all came at once, which shouldn't happen in a restaurant of this...More
Ignore all the scathing reviews here by people who clearly do not get it.
Nahm is the real deal. The atmosphere, food and service are all absolutely world class. We had the many course vegetarian menu which was exceptional. A range of flavours and textures...More
We started our 35 day SE Asia tour in Bangkok and figured we'll set the bar high with our first Thai dinner. Quiet, elegant, comfortable, modern surroundings. Very good service, a local Thai wine and excellent food. Compared to dinner at Menton in Boston, it...More
I enjoyed my dinner here very much. The ambience is very nice and relaxing with nicely sized and well spaced tables. The service was without fault and smiling and friendly. The food we had was very delicious; every bite. Cocktails were beautifully prepared. But, after...More
Sathorn is Bangkok’s central business district, but here you’ll find much more than international banks and suited-up office workers. Take a stroll along the small alleys between the skyscrapers and you’ll find yourself among Bangkokians living life at a much slower pace. Feast on fantastic Thai food which you can find in the town-house restaurants, office food courts and sidewalk food stalls spread all over the
area, especially around St. Louis Hospital. A visit to Sathorn is not complete without a drink at one of the glitzy sky bars perched atop its skyscrapers.