The place: This modern two-story wood house with backyard views is the brainchild of two Indian chefs, Deepanker Khosla and Tarun Bhatia, who are both zealots for the farm-to-table and zero-waste approach. 

The menu: A whopping nine-course line-up of chaat with pomegranate, tamarind, mint, yoghurt and cilantro; chicken, makhani and naan bread; duck mousse; and much more.

Price: B2,390++ / person 

Dates:  Mar 26-29, Mar 31 - Apr 5, Apr 7-11

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The place: Indus has consistently maintained its high standards and dedication to serving authentic mughalai-style Indian cuisine since 2005. The restaurant, set in a 1960s art deco house, comprises an elegant dining room, a capacious bar, a tropical garden with alfresco seating and private dining room.

The menus: Seven-course vegetarian or non-vegetarian menus, featuring paneer tiranga, Bengali-style steamed seabass marinated with mustard seed paste, spicy mutton curry and more.

Price: B1,600++ / person (veg), B1,800 ++/ person (non-veg), B2,600++ / person (veg with alcoholic beverages), B2,800++ / person (non-veg with alcoholic beverages)

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 11

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Akira Back

The place: When eating at the sky-high Bangkok outpost of American Korean celeb chef Akira Back, you can expect a blend of Korean-Japanese-American comfort food amid swanky surroundings. 

make sure you order to share. The menu’s designed for it, and doing so means you won’t miss out on trying highlights from the umami-rich and crispy-chewy wagyu tacos to the crispy tuna sashimi pizza to the grilled octopus with smoked jalapeno sauce.

The menu: A four-course menu of seafood chawanmushi—uni, ikura, king crab, salmon, green peas and shimeji—wagyu patty sliders, caramel and coffee mousse cake and more.

Price: B1,500++ / person

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 11

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The place: Nestled deep down a residential Charoenkrung soi, far removed from the Japanese hotbed that is Sukhumvit, this sleek modern izakaya is providing the fuel for many a big night out. To go with the artisanal sake, natural wines and cocktails, chef Chet Atkins applies expert preparation and excellent produce to yakitori and kushiyaki (Japanese-style grilled skewers), as well as stylish interpretations of Japanese and Korean comfort food.

The menu: Four mouthwatering courses with various options, from yellowfin tuna poke and uni pasta to tiger prawn or Angus yakitori skewers, yuzu trifle and more.

Price: B1,500++ / person, B2,250++ / person (with alcohol)

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 5

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Yamazato Restaurant

The place: A sushi bar and teppanyaki grill, featuring Japanese chefs and produce plus great views over Bangkok.

The menu: Seven courses encompassing grilled Sakura sea bream with yuzu; fatty tuna belly, yellowtail and salmon sashimi; and more.

Price: B2,120++ / person, B2,943++ / person (Apr 1)

Dates: Apr 1-7

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100 Mahaseth

The place: From a warm, rustic space just off Charoenkrung, chefs Chalee Kader (Surface, Holy Moly) and Randy Noprapa (Fillets) reward diners for taking the plunge into the world of local offcuts. Drawn heavily from Isaan and the north, dishes like the beef entrails in spicy soup and charcoal-roasted bone marrow really make you question all the fuss over premium meat—and have you coming back for more.

The menu: Seven courses, featuring Isaan beef tartare, grilled Chiang Mai halloumi cheese, pineapple pla-ra, somtam gai yang and more.

Price: B1,850++ / person

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 11

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The place: Charoenkrung’s former hipster hangout went upscale in 2019 and earnt a Michelin star for its inventive, seasonal Thai tasting menus, wine pairing and craft cocktails. Fermentation remains at the heart of chef Napol Jantraget’s cooking, while desserts by Japanese pastry chef Saki Hoshino forgo sweetness in favor of sublimely challenging new flavors.

The menu: Seven dishes covering grilled chicken with turmeric glaze, gourd and soup with fermented fish and more.

Price: B1,800++ / person

Dates:  Apr 2-5, 9-11

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Le Du

The place: Here, chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn treats diners to contemporary reinterpretations of Thai classics using cream-of-the-crop local produce. Le Du’s original dining room shirks decor trends and lets you focus on your plate, where the sights, smells and flavors form true masterpieces. The second floor, with its bricks and dark lattice-work, allows for a moodier tete-a-tete.

The menu: Four courses, covering khao chae (pork and shrimp balls with jasmine ice cream), grouper with southern bitter beans, charcoal-grilled pork jowl and more.

Price: B2,390++ / person

Dates:  Mar 26,31, Apr 1-2, 7-9

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The place: Formerly The Dining Room, this lavish mansion was originally the personal residence of the aristocrat who gave Sathorn its name. Now, it's a lofty, upscale Thai seafood restaurant where produce is king and recipes are classic. 

The menu: Four courses with Jean-Paul oysters, a choice of giant river prawn or crying tiger steak, and more.

Price: B2,180++ / person

Dates:  Apr 1-10

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The place: Taan runs with Bangkok’s pack of locally focused, innovative-yet-devoutly-Thai restaurants usually found in Charoenkrung back alleys or converted warehouses. There’s only one catch: this one sits inside a perfectly air-conditioned glass box 25 floors above Bangkok in the Siam@Siam hotel. The food is uncompromising, inventive, soulful and balanced.

The menu: Seven courses covering raw Khon Kaen wagyu with ginger and shrimp sauce, deep-fried cardamom pork belly, slow steamed egg custard and more.

Price: B1,599++ / person

Dates:  Mar 26, 30-31, Apr 1-2, 6-9

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Terrace Rim Naam

The place: The sister restaurant of the Mandarin Oriental’s Sala Rim Naam is just across the storied hotel, bordering the Chao Praya in an elegant al fresco setting. To a backdrop of traditional Thai pavilions amid a manicured tropical garden, impeccable wait staff bring out traditional, regional Thai specialties.

The menu: Six courses including grilled sea-bass with fresh herbs and coconut cream, grilled tenderloin beef in green curry, a Royal Thai salad of mixed vegetables with river prawns and salted egg yolk, and more.

Price: B3,100++ / person or B4,100++ / person with wine pairing

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 11

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Lord Jim's

The place: Located at the Mandarin Oriental, directly next to the hotel’s stunning riverside area, this restaurant leans towards sustainably-sourced fish and prime cuts of meat cooked over wood-fired grills. 

The menu: Five courses with various options, from ricotta ‘dumplings’ with braised wagyu Tuscan kale, parmesan cream and oyster mushrooms to crispy-skin Ora King salmon with silken eggplant, toasted rice and smoked dashi broth.

Price: B3,100++ / person or B3,850++ / person with alcohol

Dates:  Mar 26-Apr 11

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