A local eyewear brand branches out with its first store.

The 29th floor of the super trendy Sofitel So serves impressive international cuisine indoors, while the outdoor terrace is for cocktails. 

Ahead of the closure of its original branch at Grass Thonglor, Mugendai has launched a new outlet in Emquartier.

The grilled cheese specialists have found a permanent home at Rod Fai Market 2. 

A single-focus afternoon tea-time buffet devoted to chocolate.

The man singlehandedly responsible for the world's macaron mania.

This art space aims to promote the work of local creative talents.

The luxury Sofitel hotel has launched its own 100-square-meter gallery inspired by French contemporary art and design. 

Here, prints are catalogued as if they were records in a music store, allowing shoppers to browse with ease.

Bangkok's newest house of quality beers.

The green Vietnamese sandwich truck Banh Mi Boy has finally settled in a permanent spot. 

Here's a new park especially for urban cyclists looking to get off Bangkok’s notorious roads.

The new project from restaurateur Fred Meyer (Issaya Siamese Club, Namsaah Bottling Trust and Pizza Massilia) serves up creative Japanese dishes.

The renowned teppanyaki restaurant from Gion district in Kyoto opens its first branch outside Japan.

For all the British-at-heart dandies out there, here’s one more place where you can get a modern take on traditional men’s haircuts. 

A bigger new branch for the much-loved multi-label store.

Anchored in a Sala Daeng parking lot, this new food truck stems from a collaboration between two French and Italian powers. 

Don your bib and prepare to get your hands dirty by digging, hammering and cracking into shellfish dishes like whole Maine lobster and bucket of crabs.

The latest offering from the team behind Minibar, Supanniga and Groove's EAT tackles street-food staples.

Like its name suggests, this place is all about cupcakes. 

 The former JJ Green has transformed into an impressively funky space, which blends a low-key selection of fashionable clothing stalls and rows of industrial-slash-retro drinking parlors

Claiming to give Bangkokians an all-new movie experience, these four cinemas each pioneer new technology you can’t find elsewhere in Thailand. 

 A new concept store for Thai designer items.

All-day breakfast and French pastries. 

As a mid-range mall-dwelling Japanese joint, Wabi Sabi is par for the course.

This modernist space serves up a variety of coffees, desserts and drinks.

This New York-based concept sees a dessert bar serve up a three-course-dessert prix fixe menu.

A new casual French restaurant-and-bar in swinging Sathorn Soi 10,

The latest streetwear brand to join Siam Square.