Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok

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    Sofia Cuisine: Thai Food Stall at Suvarnabhumi Domestic Departure

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 19, 2012

    If you have a long wait at the domestic departure area of the Suvarnabhumi International Airport for your flight to other areas of thailand and is sort of hungry, then head to the food court at the junction of concourse A and B and there are many selections there (although the prices are way more than in bangkok, even for international chains like mc donalds or burger king) and one of the Stand Outs is the SOFIA CUISINE, which is a small food stall in the food court that offers assorted thai soup and noodles dishes and a sprinkling of rice dishes and some desserts. there is a long line of mostly tourists that line this food stall.

    opens: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 pm everyday.

    Favorite Dish: they have an assortment of thai soups with different noodles (you can choose the noodles whether the rice noodles, flat noodles, egg noodles and more) and you can adjust the spiciness as they just give you additional chili paste if you wish to add fire! they also have thai fried rice and desserts like mango with sticky rice but the price here is astronomical as a order of a spicy thai noodle soup dish is 220-350 baht and the rice meals at 200-400 baht. bottled water at 80 baht and mango with sticky rice at 100 baht.

    Address: Food Court between Concourse A and B

    Directions: Food Court between Concourse A and B, Suvarnabhumi international Airport, Domestic Departure Area.

    the food stall menu thai spicy tom kha gai soicy thai noodle soup thai crab fried rice
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    Auntie Anne's: Soft Pretzel Chain, Popular in Thailand Too!

    by machomikemd Written Oct 19, 2012

    this pretzel chain that started in 1988 at lancaster, pennsylvania, USA by German Americans Jonas and Anne Beiler (pennsylvania has a large german and austrian immigrant heritage, hence the popularity of pretzels there) and since then, their preztels and other products skyrocketed and is now present in 24 countries and they have more than 80 branches here in thailand as their soft kind of pretzel is a hit for bot locals and tourists. They have many branches around bangkok and even at the suvarnabhumi international airport. Their central franchisee here in the Central Restaurant Group (who also has the master franchises of mister donut and kfc and beard papa's and pepper lunch).

    opens: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: Auntie Anne's is known for their wonderful and tasty soft pretzels and their assorted dips like cheese or sour cream or chocolate and more. even the pretzels will have some filling inside and the basic pretzel without dip will cost 40 baht and the dip at 15 baht. pretzels with fillings inside at 55 baht per piece and the assorted lemonade and lemonade with other mix drinks will cost 90 baht per large order.

    we tried their branch at: Auntie Anne's Suvarnbhumi Airport 999 Suvarnbhumi Airport, 4 fl. Bang Plee, Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand and Auntie Anne's Central World flr.3 4,4/1-2 Central world 3 fl. Patumwan, BKK 10330, Thailand

    Address: All Around Bangkok

    Directions: All Around Bangkok. Auntie Anne's Suvarnbhumi Airport 999 Suvarnbhumi Airport, 4 fl. Bang Plee, Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand

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    Fast Food Outlets and Restaurants at Int. Dep Area: Restaurants at Suvarnabhumi Int. Departure Area

    by machomikemd Written Oct 19, 2012

    You will be spoiled for food at the many food outlets, restaurants, coffee shops, airport lounges, along the huge Suvarnabhumi Airport International Departure Area. you will have many food choice at the food court in the domestic departure area of suvarnabhumi international airport. the food courts and restaurants are located at the terminus between concourse A, B,C.D and mostly specializes in Asian Food as most of the passengers here come from asia and on the other side at the terminus between Concourse E,F,G,H where most of the food is american and european, caterign mostly to the passengers arriving from europe and the americas. Inside the food court are international brands like Burger King, Dairy Queen, Dunkin Donuts and Siamese pizza chain The Pizza Company, thai restaurant, a mcdonald's, burger king, auntie annie's pretzels, an irish bar outlet, Kinramen, Mango Tree, Volare and more.

    the food courts and restaurants at the International Departures are open 24/7!

    Favorite Dish: Thai Food at the Mango Tree is expensive at 160 baht for a pad thai and 90 baht for a thai iced tea (small glass), you can have a lemonade at Auntie Annie's for 90 baht, have thai food at the restaurant in it , the spicy noodle soup is at 250 baht, pizza at The Pizza company at 300 baht per single order, an outlaw burger at Burger king at 259 baht (costs only 189 baht at burger king in bangkok) and more. prices of the food here is way higher than their outlets in bangkok!

    Address: International Departure Area, Suvarnabhumi

    Directions: International Departure Area, Suvarnabhumi International Airport Concourse A to H.

    Phone: (66) 02 132 1888

    Website: http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/131

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    Fast Food Outlets at Domestic Departure: Fast Food Outlets at Domestic Area of Suvarnabhumi

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 19, 2012

    if you have a lay over in Bangkok and on a connecting flight to a domestic detination away from bangkok, either from the same airline and shifting to the transit passenger gates or from another airline, exiting the immigration arrival counters and checking in at the domestic counters of the thai airline you will take to your destination. you will have many food choice at the food court in the domestic departure area of suvarnabhumi international airport. the food court is located at the terminus between concourse A and B and inside the food court are international brands like Burger King, Dairy Queen, Dunkin Donuts and Siamese pizza chain The Pizza Company, thai restaurant, a mcdonald's, burger king, auntie annie's pretzels and an irish bar outlet.

    the domestic food court is open from 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight everyday

    Favorite Dish: you can have a lemonade at Auntie Annie's for 90 baht, have thai food at the restaurant in it , the spicy noodle soup is at 250 baht, pizza at The Pizza company at 300 baht per single order, an outlaw burger at Burger king at 259 baht (costs only 189 baht at burger king in bangkok) and more. prices of the food here is way higher than their outlets in bangkok!

    Address: Between Concourse A and B of Suvarnabhumi

    Directions: Between Concourse A and B of Suvarnabhumi Domestic Departure Areas, just beside a mini duty free area at the concourses. Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

    Phone: (66) 02 132 1888

    Website: www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/131

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    Several restaurants and cafes: Airport food

    by Saagar Updated Jan 12, 2009

    Most of my time in Thailand seems to be spent in transit at the BKK, the international airport of Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi 30 km east of the city. Most of my flights home from Bangkok depart late at night and I often eat a substantial meal in the airport prior to boarding and plug my ears and don a face mask and sleep through the flight service onboard.
    There is a listing of eateries on the BKK web site (see link below). When in long transits without lounge access or interest in crowding up with the business people there I have visited two-three eateries that I have been satisfied with.

    Favorite Dish: Just off the flight, I take to the fresh juice place in the Asian Food Court at the main terminal intersection. The juice is surprisingly expensive, but the various other Asian speciality food is ok pricewise.
    When hours to kill I prefer to take to the lounge of Thai Airways, or if that one is too crowded or I am looking for a substantial meal I tend to go to the "Light Bar East". I have not had bad food here and the servings are good-sized. "Light bar East" is near the CDE concourse intersection. It is quiet and not very crowded.
    If with some good companions and looking for a calm meal I also hit the Japanese restaurant in the main pier not too far from you enter from immigration if you check in at BKK.
    A sports bar has the cheapest draught beer in the airport, and some snacks-like meals as well. They actually do well on their Asian menu. If you can stand the TV screens beaming out soccer matches and other sports.
    While the old BKK up at Don Muang had more of an atmosphere and was livelier, the new BKK at Suvarnabhumi seems sterile and the shops are carrying mostly standard international brands and is a bit A4. With the odd occupation this might change!

    Address: BKK Airport terminal

    Directions: Most restaurants are near the main pier intersection, and there is also a concentration near the airport terminal main entrance.

    Website: http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/131

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    China Town Resto (Subarnabhumi Airport): expensive and not delicious

    by shintarojon Written Apr 23, 2007

    Favorite Dish: (last date visited - April 22, 2007)

    a) Okayu - THB 95
    b) Noodles - THB 95
    c) Water- THB 25
    d) Juice - THB 35

    service charge - 5 %
    VAT - 7 %

    - too expensive
    - service not good
    - not enough (quantity)

    Address: Subarnabhumi Airport

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    The Bakery: The Bakery

    by Cielo_Algaeed Updated Apr 3, 2007

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    The Bakery is located at the departure hall of the Suvarnabhumi airport. The taste is about average. Enough to satisfy your hungry tummy :-)

    They have other selection of pasta. Salads, sandwiches , hot and cold drinks are also availbale.

    Carbonara

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    Food Court: Food Court at Bangkok International Airport

    by PS_Lee81 Written Sep 13, 2006

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    4 days in Bangkok, seems to be too short for all of us, especially me... i still havent see all of Bangkok, taste all the local food, too few leisure, etc... so sad... So while waiting for our flight at the airport, we decided to go to their airport food court instead of those fancy restaurant. I just wanna try other local food on my last day in Bangkok...

    You can see the food court sign board at the departure area, but it was located at the other end of the airport and it was a very long way to get there. i remember there was a sign saying the food court is only for their staffs, but we already walked across the whole airport just to get to this food court so we just proceed. But we encounter one problem, most if not all the food menus were in Thais. So we had to guess what the thing really was. It took quite long time before we actually ordered our food. But at least it was really Thai food... ^_^

    Directions: Food Court @ Bangkok International Airport

    Tom Yum, fried rice & mix ice Fried noddle with meat paste Pork Ribs Soup Bean Curd
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    COZY BAR: LAST STOP IN THAILAND

    by mamasan69 Written May 10, 2006

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    At the end of my past two trips to Thailand I ended up coming here with Kiki to spend my last few minutes before coming home. After checking my bags through customs this seems to be a good spot to relax and have my last smokes and drink before I go.
    The bar is quite small from the terminal entrance, but once you walk in you can go to the back area which is outside on the roof of the airport. It is a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere surrounded by plants, fish ponds, and general peace and quiet out of the airport.
    I don't know if this bar will be here or not when I come back due to the new airport opening in June, but hopefully they will move to the new one.

    Favorite Dish: I have never really ate here yet, because usually I'm just killing the last hour talking to Kiki and having a couple of drinks. The price for a Chang beer is about 100bht and that is about all I can say so far, maybe next time I will have a chance to try something else.

    Directions: Upstairs from the international departure area, terminal 2, at the old Thai airport.

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    magic food point: cheapest around the airport

    by Rastarigo Written Jan 20, 2007

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    it's where thais eat primarily because the prices are pretty much the same as what you find outside the airport.

    Favorite Dish: sui heng chicken rice on triple sauce for only 30b

    Directions: ground floor of suvarnabhumi airport right next to family mart

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