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?

One of the world's oldest tea houses opens its door at Gaysorn.

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.)

After three years of restoration, the beautiful mansion that was formerly the Russian Embassy next door to W Hotel is now open. 

Surf's up at Flow House.

The self-titled womenswear brand of society girl Milin Yuvacharuskul has been known since 2009 for its ultra-sexy design.

Founded by designer Teerut “Vick” Wongwatanasin, Vickteerut is a minimal-yet-elegant womenswear label.

Playful daily wear best known for its girly prints and pastel colors.

This Japanese opening claims fresh fish flown in from Osaka.

Four Points by Sheraton's Irish bar.

Customized burgers c/o Hawaii.

The dessert cafe reveals a savory side. 

Bangkok's newest Mexican opening is themed and named after Frida Kahlo's house in Mexico City, 

Some of Bangkok's best-loved names for bread, cheese, wine and desserts, all in one handy location.

Reinvented from a 20-year-old Bangkok restaurant, this American-style sushi spot offers explosive flavor combinations and a fun atmosphere.

Having proved her ability to create scalable, quality restaurants with dessert cafe iBerry, Atchara Burarak (aka Pla iBerry) has now turned her attention to savory dishes.

One of the most serious beer bars in town.

Classic Italian dishes are showcased with a modern presentation. 

The frontman of Believe Records' Ten To Twelve has opened this media-focused co-working space in Ramkhamhaeng. 

The food of the palatial Rama V-era Tenyuu Grand (on Sathorn Road), without the hefty price tags and hi-so vibe.

This sleek new mall branch of the much-loved Mexican joint aims to elevate people's expectations of the cuisine.

This slick operation aims to be more than a coffee shop.

This vibrant blue-green kiosk in front of J Avenue could only be an ice cream shop. 

There's a new Taiwanese dessert in town.