Where to Eat: A Guide to Suvarnabhumi Airport's Cafés and Restaurants
by: The Beat Asia
July 25, 2023
When travelling, people tend to immerse themselves in different cultures and gastronomic delights. Food, especially when travelling, is a sensory experience in and of itself, from the aroma of exotic spices to the sizzle of street vendors' grills.
One of the most common practices among travellers is eating at airports because of its convenience and diverse food options available. If you need to refuel and satisfy your hunger without disrupting your travel schedule, here’s where to eat at Suvarnabhumi (pronounced soo-wa-na-poom) Airport in Bangkok.
Convenience store 7-Eleven is a worldwide staple when travelling and also a go-to for quick and easy meals. You can find the 24-hour convenience store on the third floor of the Suvarnabhumi Airport Main Terminal.
It offers reasonably priced Thai delicacies, rice meals, noodles, and pasta. You may also try some of the regional specialties and stock up on chips for the road.
Magic Food Point
Situated on the first floor (Gate 8) of the Suvarnabhumi Airport, Magic Food Point is home to Thailand’s street foods in one location. The food court is perfect for those travelling on a limited budget.
Some of the Thai dishes you can chow down on at Magic Food Point are pad thai, boat noodles, chicken rice, tom yum noodle soup, and more. There is also a selection of halal cuisine available.
It follows a coupon system only, which means you need to pay upon entering the food court to use your coupon to pay for meals at any stalls inside. Don't worry if you don't end up spending the full amount on your coupon; you can get your remaining money back.
Zurich Bread Factory and Café
Before you kick off your journey or depart for Thailand, you can stop at Zurich Bread Factory and Café located at Concourse F International Departure Hall of the airport.
The café serves European-style breads, pastries, and cookies, as well as premium coffee. It also offers an all-day breakfast menu, salads, and Thai dishes like Tom Yum Kung, Chicken Green Curry, Fried Sun-dried Pork, and Tom Kha Kai, to name a few. You can check out its full menu via Facebook.
There is no better place to satisfy your cravings for egg tarts and other baked goods than at Kanom. Located on the second floor of the Domestic Departure, Kanom’s egg tart recipe originated from the world-famous restaurant Lord Stow’s Bakery in Macau.
We recommend getting their snack boxes, which come with your choice of signature pie, butter bread, mini egg tarts, milk bread with sausage or mini brownies, and bottled water. You can choose from its signature pie flavours, including mushroom, spinach, roasted pork, and sausage. To view its complete menu, go here.
The Coral Executive Lounge
If you have the means to afford fast-track immigration services, we strongly suggest that you visit The Coral Executive Lounge. There, you can indulge in a luxurious buffet complete with a drinks section. You can find the business lounge on the third floor at Concourse D (Access Gate D1) in the International Departure area.
Apart from its diverse and quality food selection, the airport lounge also provides comfortable seating, business facilities, wheelchair access, and more. To learn more about The Coral Executive Lounge, visit its website.
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