Bangkok’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants

With the Vegetarian Festival (Oct 14-23) upon us, go beyond the fake meat stalls in Chinatown and try these restaurants offering proper jay menus. By BK staff | Oct 11, 2012 Anotai The place: It’s easy to dismiss Anotai from the rather bland exterior. Step inside, though, and you’ll find a Zen vibe and Cordon Bleu-cooking by the eponymous chef. She gets all her veggies from her own farm, Rai Plook Rak, in Ratchaburi. The décor has a warm homey quality thanks to its handful of dark wood tables and chairs with ruby cushions, pale yellow walls and dim yellow lighting, and a Chinese arch that leads to a wooden staircase lined with jars of herbs and spices. The dishes: The menu has several Thai dishes, like laab taohu (tofu in spicy salad, B125), along with organic salads and textbook…

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