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A true Bangkokian would have already been to Central Embassy by now (and studied the fancy control panel of its toilets). For a mall that houses Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, it may come as a surprise that it does offer a food court, albeit a slicker-than-average one with Eathai. Featuring four zones, Street Food is dedicated to selected stalls, Krua 4 Pak offers regional food from outlets of well-known restaurants, Talad Eathai has snacks, cooking ingredients, spa and souvenir products, and Issaya Cooking Studio doubles as a cooking school and the kitchen of Issaya-Patisserie, which is on the fifth level. Like FoodLoft, you’ll be handed a ticket to be used within the 5,000-sqm area of Eathai and charged on your way out. Unlike your standard food court where you eat inches away from others, Krua 4 Pak offers a spacious and airy feel, thanks to the large windows and high ceiling. It is divided into four zones, according to Thai culinary regions. Each zone is nicely decorated to reflect each region. You can sit underneath big umbrellas at the northern zone, for instance. The crowd we saw during our visit was mostly Thais. 

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Central Embassy, LG/F, 1031 Phloenchit Road 10am-10pm 02-119-7777

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