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.

Craft

The craft beer pop-up lands in a second permanent location.

Dean & Deluca's first proper table-service restaurant serves all the deli favorites alongside a long list of a la carte dishes.

For those who love Southern food but not Baan Ice’s prices. 

A faux-farmhouse-style diner at Central Embassy.

 One of Korea's largest fried chicken restaurant chains.

For its Emquartier outlet, Harrods has rolled out something new. 

This long-standing Cantonese restaurant does a mean suckling pig and thin-yet-crispy Peking duck.

This colorful Latin-American-themed bar brings a touch of Suk 11-style nightlife to the thriving Sathorn Soi 10. 

 The renowned boat noodle shop with branches in faraway Ramkhamhaeng and Chaeng Wattana, has arrived on Sukhumvit. 

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.