Opened since 1949
Bharani was one of the first restaurants in Bangkok to serve western food.
Bharani was named after our mother, the daughter of Aphai Issarapakdi, a high-ranking official back in the reign of King Rama VII, who founded the restaurant. Now run by the third generation of the family and despite the passing time and new location in Soi Sukhumvit 23, Bharani still preserves its charm and maintains its original home cooked food that our grandparents fell in love with.
With pink-lotus colored walls, dim lighting and wicker chairs, the new look of Bharani boasts a cheery ambience that makes diners feel right at home. Adding to the nostalgic charm of the good old days are family photos, an old adding machine and colorful paintings that decorate the dining area.