The latest in a line of cool but affordable design hostels sprouting up around Bangkok is located in the old town.

The instigator of Bangkok’s burger truck trend, Daniel Thaiger serves up hand-crafted burgers which have earned a large fanbase among the American expat community

The dessert cafe's many locations are often mobbed, with people queuing out front for the super buttery honey toast.

Tucked away few steps into Sukhumvit 31, Cherubin is a cozy afternoon tea hangout.

Swanky afternoon tea room serving some of the best cheese cake in Bangkok.

A brunch spot, wine bar and film screening lounge all rolled into one colonial-style shophouse in the old town. 

Bangkok's gone kebab crazy. Here's the latest French variation to try.

Dusit Thai Bangkok’s signature Thai restaurant gets a modern makeover.

Taiwanese street burgers come to Bangkok!

Get ready to laugh this September.

This proper new hangout spot puts the focus on booze and burgers.

The Sathorn lunch favorite has had a colorful makeover.

The suburban hipster favorite reaches the city center.

Casa Lapin's fourth branch boasts a hostel and co-working space, too.

The brainchild of celebrity Chef Naan Hongsewiwat of Sangdad Publishing is alive and kicking again. 

Ari's newest dining hotspot. 

The best pizza in Bangkok. Now open.

Founded by artist Heny Tan and friends, this new Thonglor art spot serves as a platform for contemporary art. 

The new Vietnamese kid on the block.

This orange four-wheel kitchen serves delicious char-broiled burgers, opposite from Grass Thonglor.

Inspired by tree houses, Hyde & Seek Peek-a-Boo offers a sophisticated trip down memory lane.

We have to say, this is up there with the best burgers in town.

This Tuscan-inspired restaurant at the recently opened Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok provides an escape from the busy Asoke intersection with a touch of rural Italy.

A slice of bygone-era France in Bangkok.

Crystal Café is the typical kind of eatery you find in community malls all over Bangkok: the menu covers international and Thai favorites while the décor goes for faux-European class.

Origano’s Italian owner talks of bringing a taste of his home country’s hospitality to Bangkok.

The food trucks just keep on coming in Bangkok. By the look of it, Aree’s Summer Street should be a real afternoon crowd-pleaser.