Set in a glass house surrounded by lush greenery, this Thai restaurant aims to offer an inner-city escape.

This new garden cafe in Ari specializes in the ultimate home-style comfort food: toast.

A massive interactive playground for kids. (And we're jealous.)

A serious cocktail bar themed after the Three Little Pigs fairy tale. 

This casual neighborhood bar is named after the French phrase for a place where young interns drink.

The Old Town welcomes a cooking school, gallery, co-working space and chef's table, all rolled into one.

The world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant has arrived in Bangkok. 

Traditional Thai dishes taken from the cookbooks of Paega publishing house.

If you’re after a convenient, no-frills space to enjoy Chinese delicacies at a decent price, we can think of very few places better in Bangkok.

Sukhumvit Soi 49's lively addition to Bangkok’s vegetarian scene. 

The first foreign outpost for British chef Theo Randall. 

 A multi-label store for gents going for that rugged and unkempt lumberjack look. 

A retro barbershop run by an Australian with more than 12 years’ experience with the scissors

The US sportswear brand launches its flagship store in Bangkok.

A brand new secret-agent-themed hostel with rooftop bar near Khaosan Road. 

One of the first niche coffee specialists in Bangkok has gone full restaurant for its Phloen Chit venue. 

Fresh seafood in a prohibition-era setting.

The first restaurant officially affiliated with the Iron Chef TV program.

Traditional French cuisine in consultation of Bangkok’s favorite French chef Herve Frerard.

This Australian brand offers a plethora of fresh fruit concoctions.

The signature restaurant at the much-hyped House on Sathorn goes for East-meets-West flavors.

Hot pot that goes beyond suki, shabu and jimjoom

Inspired by 1930s European architecture, this gallery is one of the most striking in town.

Sofitel So's restaurant runs with the concept of a world food market, meaning you get to taste all kinds of cuisine from Japanese and Thai to Italian and French. 

A kiosk serving quick and traditional Mexican dishes.

Volcanic ramen, what could possibly go wrong?

A hip multi-label store selling Thai handicraft products and imported wares.

Another week, another taco truck. This one stays open laaaaaaate.

Cuteness overload in buzzing Soi Nana (no, not that Nana.)