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Bangkok Jam

Bangkok Jam

Bangkok Jam

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37%   (60 votes)
22 / 60

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Inspired by the vivacious Bangkok, otherwise known as the “City of Angel”, Bangkok Jam started with a refreshing idea - to offer a modern twist to traditional Thai fare for diners who seek a contemporary culinary experience.After a successful launch of its pioneer restaurants, the search to deliver good food continued for Creative Eateries. Noticing that consumers are constantly on the search for exciting F&B concepts, Bangkok Jam was conceptualised - a modern Thai dining bistro that adds a contemporary touch to the usual Thai fare while retaining the authenticity of the world’s beloved cuisine.The first Bangkok Jam opened its door in 2007, conveniently located in the upscale suburban mall at Great World City. A winning formula comprising of modern cooking techniques, unique dishes, distinctive interior and quality fresh ingredients, Bangkok Jam delivers an exceptional dining experience that transports one to the cosmopolitan streets of Bangkok.Ultimately, the team behind Bangkok Jam is a firm believer that good food should always be accompanied with great company. Over the years, as we expand our footprints across the city, our devotion to embrace change and remain customer-focused is evident from the constant rejuvenation of our menu to meet our - and your - unyielding standards. As we grow together with our fans, we aim to continue our pursuit to present a contemporary dining experience for everyone.

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Hours:
Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 15:30
Mon - Thu: 17:30 - 21:30
Fri - Sun: 11:30 - 21:30

Address:
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-127 Great World City

Cuisine:
Asian, Indochinese, Thai


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