As Bangkok's restaurant scene continues its rapid evolution especially during the heyday of social media, it's not easy for a dining establishment in this curiosity-led metropolis to retain its popularity for more than 10 years. The fast-paced circle makes it even harder for traditional, sober Thai eateries not only to stand strong but also to survive amid a fanfare of new culinary genres.
Ever since it opened in 1983, this beautiful restaurant with a local market-inspired setting has constantly delighted regulars and first-timers with its uncompromising standards.
After three decades in operation Spice Market, however, seems to have beaten the odds.
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