From nose-to-tail delicacies at 100 Mahaseth to dinner with stunning views at Seen and our favorite modern izakaya, Jua.
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.
Babble & Rum is not only a flagship restaurant, it’s also a proper bar with an outdoor terrace and a laid back upstairs area to put you in the mood for a breezy riverside night out. The riverside terrace shares the same black and white theme as the main restaurant, and is furnished with round rattan sofa seats and daybeds.
Traditional French cuisine comes with a few contemporary twists at this welcoming bistro complete with timber beams, hanging lamps and old-fashioned world map. Classic appetizers like foie gras terrine and sit alongside mains like pan-fried frog legs in garlic butter, salmon and Charolais entrecote with vegetables.
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.
Avani Riverside Hotel's 26th-floor rooftop restaurant has transformed into the third global outpost of Portuguese celebrity chef Olivier Da Costa's Seen Restaurant and Bar, which can also be found in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Lisbon, Portugal. The menu is devised by chef Da Costa himself, and his fresh and exciting take is not something you always associate with Bangkok’s many rooftop bars. There’s no beating the view, either.