The restaurants we ranked out of ★★★★★ this month. 

Food reviews remain one of the most-loved (and controversial) parts of BK Magazine. We run two restaurant reviews every fortnight that are conducted completely anonymously. We pay for our food. We don’t listen to the spiel from the owners or PR. And we write bluntly about what we think. Sometimes they piss people off. For more on BK's review policy, click here. This month's batch of reviews took us to Di Farina Pizzeria, Sathorn's home of good, honest Italian cooking; Sonny's, another restaurant that manages to forego all the fuss of modern menus; Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu, a Bib Gourmand recognized pad Thai specialist; and finally Al-Qasim, a hodge-podge purveyor of Middle Eastern cuisine. 
 

Di Farina Pizzeria ★★★

"If you want honest Italian cooking, affable service and the little things done right, seek out this humble little wood-fired pizza specialist."

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Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu ★★★

"Reviewers on Facebook will tell you that Pad Thai Fa Ta Lu is expensive. Ignore them. B75 is more than good value for one portion of these gooey glass noodles...deeply imparted with that smoky wok flavor."

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Sonny’s ★★★

"About as no-nonsense as a French restaurant can get."

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Al-Qasim ★★

"On the basis of the watery hummus topped with oil-drenched chicken shawarma, soggy falafel or dry naan bread, we’d stick to the solid Pakistani fare.

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