This project from the masterminds behind Bo.lan goes for a more casual and raw vibe.

Delicious house-made ice creams, sorbets and smoothies, along with a lengthy list of cakes and brownies. 

A moodily-lit dining room, soaring ceilings and wild pan-Asian fusion menu. 

Decorated in a modern style, Sky Lounge features both an indoor and al fresco outdoor zone with a 180-degree view. 

Claiming to bring a touch of Tuscany to traditional Italian dishes, this restaurant’s star is its wood-fired pizza oven.

This wine bar and restaurant offers an extensive space, both indoor and outdoor, for friends to celebrate with good wine.

The savory side to the hotel's Sky Lounge offers more than just the same amazing view. 

Think Thonglor's Arena 10 set by the water.

Themed around a Wild West-style water mill, this restaurant attracts a young and laddish crowd.

Sit either indoors or out on the terrace to enjoy Thai, Chinese and Western cuisine. 

Dating back to 1978, this is the first branch of the now popular chain of restaurants.

This bistro serving fuss-free Thai comfort food consistently draws the shopping mall crowds.

The go-to local name has been serving up some of the best frozen yogurt in town at a reasonable price since 2008. 

One of the largest Japanese ramen franchises in the country and as popular as ever. 

With four branches in Bangkok and over 500 in Japan, Kourakuen claims that their ramen has retained the same taste since 1954. 

Step through Miraku's cluttered facade and you'll find plentiful happy patrons tucking in to reasonably priced beef. 

The most beautiful and refined Vietnamese restaurant in town now has a shopping mall branch.

The Dusit Thani's all-day dining restaurant. 

The latest venue from the Hyde and Seek team is named in tribute to apron-clad craftsmen the world over and specializes in retro Western comfort food.

Burgers made with 110g ground chuck beef patties that are seasoned and smashed flat on the grill for extra crispiness.

The renovated shop-house trend that's swept Charoenkrung and Talad Noiover the past year has arrived in Silom.

Bangkok’s most high-end Japanese hotel, The Okura Prestige, does a great line in both Japanese wine and whiskey. 

A neighborhood coffee spot, lunch-friendly bistro, evening restaurant and even deli all at once.

CentralWorld welcomes an Italian-style gelato parlor.

This minimalist 24-seat sushi bar is located down a small alley off Soi Saladaeng. 

Blue Ocean Velvet

A cafe expansion of a family-run diving business.

The popular barre fitness studio from New York opens in Bangkok. 

The chef from Le Du has taken over the short-lived Origin to do Thai family recipes in a sleek modern setting.

Just what the name suggests.

The much-loved sausages and meat producer now has his own outlet. 

Thonglor get is on the Korean shaved-ice action at this bingsoo specialist.