Southeast Asian favorites, joined by Thai and Isaan staples.

One of Rayong's, and indeed Thailand’s, best-known seafood sources, has brought its signature mantis shrimp to town.

Set in a glass house surrounded by lush greenery, this Thai restaurant aims to offer an inner-city escape.

This new garden cafe in Ari specializes in the ultimate home-style comfort food: toast.

A few notches above most shabu-shabu chains out there. 

An Italian restaurant themed after Milan’s iconic 19th century arcade, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. 

Home-style ice cream in the heart of Ekkamai.

A massive interactive playground for kids. (And we're jealous.)

A serious cocktail bar themed after the Three Little Pigs fairy tale. 

This casual neighborhood bar is named after the French phrase for a place where young interns drink.

A steakhouse from the chef behind Silom's Bitterman. 

A family-run Cajun-style seafood restaurant.

A cozy cafe on Sukhumvit Soi 26.

The Old Town welcomes a cooking school, gallery, co-working space and chef's table, all rolled into one.

The world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant has arrived in Bangkok. 

Traditional Thai dishes taken from the cookbooks of Paega publishing house.

If you’re after a convenient, no-frills space to enjoy Chinese delicacies at a decent price, we can think of very few places better in Bangkok.

Sukhumvit Soi 49's lively addition to Bangkok’s vegetarian scene. 

The first foreign outpost for British chef Theo Randall. 

 A multi-label store for gents going for that rugged and unkempt lumberjack look. 

A retro barbershop run by an Australian with more than 12 years’ experience with the scissors

The US sportswear brand launches its flagship store in Bangkok.

A brand new secret-agent-themed hostel with rooftop bar near Khaosan Road. 

One of the first niche coffee specialists in Bangkok has gone full restaurant for its Phloen Chit venue. 

Fresh seafood in a prohibition-era setting.

The first restaurant officially affiliated with the Iron Chef TV program.

Traditional French cuisine in consultation of Bangkok’s favorite French chef Herve Frerard.

This Australian brand offers a plethora of fresh fruit concoctions.