Wine Connection is a chain of restaurants with branches spread across Asia. Bangkok has quite a few branches itself – Wine Connection provides great quality western food, mainly European. This is a great restaurant for indulging on home comforts from the west…
The Wine Connection Restaurant
As already mentioned, there are a couple of different Wine Connection locations across Bangkok city including Rain Hill Sukhumvit 47, Silom Complex and K-Village. If you are living in Bangkok and missing some of the finer quality foods as you might find in Delicatessans in the west, then a visit to the Wine Connection is a definite must.
The interior of all Wine Connection Restaurants tends to be modern and fashionable with industrial brick-effect walls, dark furnishings and dim lighting. Most branches have outdoor seating and the K-Village branch allows dogs.
Wine Connection Menu
The Wine Connection menu serves a range of foods from steak and potato wedges with ratatouille; pizza and pastas; a great range of healthy salads; and other dishes such as paella and Greek moussaka. If you head to one of the ‘Deli & Bistro’ branches of Wine Connection such as the one in K-Village, you’ll also find a great menu selection of cold meats, cured hams and cheeses. It’s quite rare to find decent quality meat and cheese in Bangkok like at the Wine Connection.
For the cost of between 120 and 500 baht for a meal, and 80 to 120 baht for a dessert, I believe the Wine Connection in Bangkok is a bargain! Not only is it a rare treasure to find this kind of food in Bangkok, but for the same good food as in say, England, it would cost at least four times the price. I’ve not found such good salads in Bangkok as in the Wine Connection either, it is a refreshing restaurant to visit for some healthier yet delicious food.
I think that the Wine Connection is one of those special restaurants where whatever you order from the menu, it is going to taste amazing – guaranteed. And everything that I ordered was indeed amazing. I don’t normally order salads… and I don’t normally order key lime pie either, I’m much more of a chocolate person. But it was pretty damn good.
Another great bonus about the Wine Connection is that the drinks aren’t extortionately priced either. Soft drinks on the menu start from around 40 baht – usually at this sort of high standard restaurant in Bangkok, drinks would cost double the price. It’s great value.