Maggs Restaurant can be found on Thepprasit Road just before soi 12 on the left-hand side when coming up from Thappraya Road junction
First thing you will notice is the striking façade of Maggs Restaurant. Two ‘marble’ semi-nude figures stand either side of the restaurants entrance and double up as supports. Not really everybody’s cup of tea but striking nonetheless. The interior décor is equally striking with cream walls covered in vistas including excerpts from the ceiling of the Cistine Chapel and other assorted Italian renaissance artwork.
There are red clothed tables all beautifully laid with sparkling cutlery and glasses. The attention to small details like that, are hints that the service and food is going to be quite special.
Cooking with Love
All food at Maggs restaurant is home cooked and good value if you’re an expat or a homesick traveler, this could be the place for you. The food served is from all over the world but the main focus is good old traditional English recipes just like your mum would have cooked them.
The food menu at Maggs restaurant is extensive and it took us a while to make our selections. I finally selected a simple prawn cocktail starter, followed by the Pork Belly. The prawn cocktail was a large one. For a moment I thought I’d been given a main size, but no. It was tasty, with freshly cooked prawns, crisp leaves and a beautiful homemade dressing. The Pork Belly was a big portion too, lovingly baked with the best crackling you could hope for, the accompaning sides were also cooked beautifully with fresh seasonal vegetables & creamy mash potato, the whole meal was rich and tasty. Sadly the portions were so big I had no room for desert. Watch this space for when we return.
Maggs Restaurant has earned the right to be called an institution. Professional, friendly staff. Opulent surroundings, beautiful food and a satisfied feeling are all you need to know.
Head down to Maggs Restaurant at the first opportunity you get!
LAST ORDERS FROM THE KITCHEN AT 21:30