Restaurant Review: Angsila Seafood Restaurant


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This is one of those reviews I’m not that I should be writing as selfishly I don’t want too many people flocking here.

Angsila Seafood Restaurant is a bit further out of town and you really need to know where you are going. However, if you give the location to your hotel reception they should be able to sort you out with a taxi that will take you directly there. Bear in mind that if you are travelling along Sukhumvit you will probably want to give yourself extra time given the traffic.

Bear in mind that this restaurant is not near public transport at all. Put it in perspective it’s about a 10-15minute walk from Mega Bangna — and anyone who knows Bangkok (and Thailand in general), walking is not entirely recommended on major roads.

Personally I like to take public transport nearby and then take a taxi. This means you avoid the traffic on Sukhumvit Road.

If that’s what you want to do, make your way to On Nut BTS and look for The Verve apartment (which is at exit one)


Make your way down and take a taxi. This is the journey I took via car


Call them ahead of time to make sure they are open on any given night or else you will be disappointed, but they are usually open every day from 11am to 8pm. Yes. It shuts at 8pm, so you late eaters out there, be warned.

What follows are the photos of the food. However, you must bear in mind that these were taken on more than one occassion! I eat a lot, but not this much. All my previous experiences with this restaurant were at night, but on this trip, I went when they first opened at 11am on a Saturday.

Steamed crab legs


Crab roll


Interesting mix of crab rolls and something else 🙂


Stir fried fish


Prawns with pepper corns


Crab cake


Crab fried rice


Salted egg squid


Crab curry


Deep fried fish


Prawns with beans. This was the offering when I asked for vegetables.


Don’t forget your vegetables!  And this was the second attempt to getting them to serve just vegetables.


With salted fish — very salted fish!!! HAHA


This is a coconut based desert. Annoyingly small dishes … and it’s very very moreish!!! It’s apparently kha-nom-thuai … but I can’t guarantee it 🙂

Anyway, it was being prepped outside the restaurant so just go and grab some!!





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2 thoughts on “Restaurant Review: Angsila Seafood Restaurant

  1. Lol, you wrote “This is one of those reviews I’m not that I should be writing as selfishly I don’t want too many people flocking here.” Because the local friend who brought me there forbade me to put anything up on social media because she doesn’t want anyone flocking there too. Can you advise how did you get out from the restaurant after having your meal?


    1. Angsila actually moved recently. It’s in the same area (near mega bangna) but on the main road, not down the side street. It’s much bigger than before.
      I don’t think I understand your question, but we had a taxi wait for us.


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