Lush tropical foliage, shaded riverfront patios, fresh oysters and a crisp bottle of wine; it is easy to picture yourself at a neighbourhood French brasserie. Housed next to one of Bangkok’s oldest seafood markets, Brasserie Palmier emphasises fish and seafood with lighter preparations to suit the tropical weather of Bangkok, while still retaining the classics.
Head Chef of Brasserie Palmier Nicolas Raynal wants to highlight this refreshing side of French cuisine. “The menu is very approachable, featuring a robust oyster selection, signature seafood towers, beautiful fish dishes, tartare variations and salads, while also offering all-time favourites,” says Raynal. “Whether trying something new or sticking to the classics, it’s perfect for a casual quality dining experience.”
A live oyster and wine bar take centre stage at the restaurant, allowing diners to choose from a variety of fresh oysters and an approachable selection of French wines. The menu includes numerous sharing-style dishes, including signature seafood towers, daily le plat du jour, and of course savoury and sweet palmiers, served in an environment ideal for sociable dining.