Thonglor's latest speakeasy bar breaks the monotony with its booze collection.

Phra Athit's zero-attitude shop-house bar does Japanese drinking dishes.

Bangkok’s first dedicated bourbon bar opens on Rama 9.

The Japanese ramen chain continues its takeover of Bangkok with branch #4.

Phra Athit’s new kid on the block takes pride in two things: fried chicken wings and gin. 

The Old Town bike cafe opens a second branch. 

These overnight yeast-raised waffles might be the softest in town. 

Comfort food with Thai twists in a setting straight out of Tokyo.

This yakitori and soba specialist demans repeat visits—if you can get a seat.

Pricy omakase dinners balanced out by a pared-back a la carte menu of sushi, sashimi, grilled and fried dishes.

This trampoline park claims to be the Asia’s biggest.

This food truck serves fusion bao buns by the river.  

Soul Food Mahanakorn's fun-lovin' spin-off adds twists to Thai comfort food.

The new player on Sukhumvit's Mexican food scene.

Another pop-up market dessert favorite graduates to a permanent home.

Film photography and local coffee take center stage at this new cafe. 

This casual new bar in Asoke pairs craft beers with the internationally trending Korean-Mexican fusion cuisine.

A second branch for the restaurant that introduced New England-style seafood to Bangkok.

Bangkok's first sand onsen is here. And it's super-relaxing.

Brunch-masters Roast rolls out a grab-and-go corner in Phrom Phong.

A student-fave for Korean bingsu desserts.

This bingsu cafe wins when it comes to variety,

Good food takes center stage at Thonglor's loft-like community mall.

Fans of Nestle’s luxury coffee machines no longer have to order their compatible coffee capsules from overseas. 

Thonglor's best Thai food moves to Sathorn.

A vast new Japanese dining-and-drinking spot in a far-flung location.

A hidden away restaurant and bar from the same bunch behind Fallabella.

This Ekkamai boutiqe doubles as a decadent bistro.

The third branch of the super-popular night market.