While most menus are priced at B1,000, these 18 venues are offering even better deals.

Akira Back

 

When eating at the sky-high Bangkok outpost of American-Korean celeb chef Akira Back, 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 house-cured salmon with horseradish cream to the glazed roasted chicken with yuzu kosho chili pepper.

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Babble & Rum (Bar)

 

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. 

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Billy’s Smokehouse

 

You might know Billy Bautista from Osito Unique Spanish and La Monita. Here, Billy takes on low-and-slow smoked meats with an all-American barbecue approach that nods to his California roots. Billy's Smokehouse busts out giant plates of finger-licking smoked meat, including all the sides your stomach could wish for. 

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Blue Parrot

 

The backyard at Revolucion Cocktail and Clandestino Cantina has become Sathorn's tropical escape. Blue Parrot takes a more family-oriented route, opening from 11:30am six days a week to offer a brunch-y vibe amid trees and faux grass. On top of a bottle-shaped swimming pool and petanque strip, there's a dedicated play area to keep the little ones occupied.

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Broken Eggs

 

Broken Eggs ran a stall serving tapas in Phra Khanong’s W District for two years before hitting Ekkamai with this full-scale restaurant for tapas-dining feasts. Galician-born chef Jacobo Astray, the guy behind Bangkok-based private fine-dining business Gula, makes tapas like grilled octopus with potato puree and paprika, Iberico pork shoulder that comes with addictive chimichurri sauce, garlic shrimps and, the house signature, huevos rotos—eggs fried in plenty of olive oil and beaten up with Iberico ham. 

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Cantina Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen

 

A modern, industrial spin on Cantina Ari’s original underground wine cellar style, with exposed, rustic brick walls and archways, strings of garlic, round faux-candle chandeliers and wooden tables reminiscent of the small eateries you find scattered throughout Italy. Expect the likes of authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas, mushroom fettuccine pasta and coffee-soaked homemade tiramisu. 

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Carbar

 

Let the smell of freshly baked dough guide you to 72 Courtyard’s Carbar. Inside, moody industrial light fixtures hang above rustic wooden tables, framed on one side by a long and well-stocked wine bar. As the name suggests, this place is all about carbs—sorry, diet, you’ll have to wait till tomorrow. There’s a long list of wine with offerings rarely found in Bangkok, ranging from B260-320 per glass. 

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Da Vinci

 

Decorated in a casual, yet modern interior, this Italian restaurant combines homey charm with classic flavors. Take in the breeze and view of its poolside perch on the 4th floor of the hotel while carefully indulging yourself in the bruschetta pomodoro or the fresh ravioli filled with ricotta and parmesan cheese.

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KIN by Eats Payao

 

Having grown from humble roots as a street stall, Eats Payao until recently resided in a vibrant four-story townhouse on bustling Yen Akat. Now, the northern Thai food specialist has moved to an elegant Lanna-inspired home just up the road at Tivoli Hotel. Under the new name, they'll be dishing out their classic khao soi (northern-style curry noodles) alongside exciting Thai-inspired cocktails. Singaporean dishes like Hokkien mee also feature, all inspired by the Thai-Singaporean owners’ family recipes.

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Happy Endings

 

This funky Vietnamese-themed bar restores some edge to tired and touristy Silom. Find a corner in the neon-drenched dining room and tuck into straight-up takes on banh mi and banh cuon to go with other Thai-leaning dishes. The satisfying beef pho comes with generous slices of beef and a full supporting cast of fresh greens. What’s more, the herb-laden, Asian-inspired drinks (sample names: 100 Dong, The Pink Slip) arguably upstage the food.

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Ma-Ke Inu

 

Its position tucked away inside a small Lat Phrao alley gives this place some Tokyo-feeling charm. Find a seat among its range of modest wooden stools to tuck into Japanese food devised by eight brothers and sisters with longstanding ties to Japan—and they make everything from scratch. 

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Mexicano (formerly Senor Pico)

 

This Mexican restaurant was one of the first in town, and include a live band and we-aim-to-please hotel service. While touches of Tex-Mex remain, the menu is now firmly "south of the border," meaning Mexican classics (fajitas, espetadas, tacos) and a few South Americans additions like Peruvian-inspired ceviche salads. The terracotta and stone decor is a fittingly cozy backdrop for the regular live bands playing Latin sounds.

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Rang Mahal

 

We don’t just love Rang Mahal for chef Rajan Misra’s (with the restaurant for two decades) rich butter chicken, pillowy naan and other north Indian classics. No other Indian restaurant in Bangkok has the heritage or the views to match this ornately over-the-top hotel institution where the service is always impeccable. 

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Siam Soul Cafe

 

Layered in rich Thai textures, classic marble coverings and modern monochrome accents, Siam Soul Cafe’s eclectic interior sets the stage for its equally distinctive mix of Thai and international plates. The 66-seater venue includes a breezy outdoor terrace that’s perfect for sipping a glass of while enjoying the concise degustation menu. 

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Siam Tea Room

 

Rows of freshly baked items and takeaway tea sets draw guests into this charming Thai cafe and Western bakery straight from the hotel's Thawan Duchanee-crowned lobby. Nostalgic flavors draw like yum som chun combine tangy pomelo, green mango and Thai bitter orange with braised pork belly, while massaman curry with sweet potato provides heart comfort food. Don't miss the old-school Thai milk tea.

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Som Tam & Chardonnay

 

In a bid to turn something unheard of into a classic combo, the owners of Som Tam & Chardonnay offer five variations of the papaya salad staple alongside a number of wines. The East-meets-West approach doesn’t stop there, as elegantly presented Thai and Italian dishes are also on offer. Set on the 11th floor of Thonglor’s luxury boutique Akyra hotel, the space is bright and elegant, combining white marble and slate gray.

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The Missing Burro

 

From a shipping container-turned-kitchen, two Mexican brothers serve up traditional Yucatan cuisine to a sprinkling of tables in a peaceful garden. The panuchos de cochinita offer a true taste of the cuisine: corn tortillas filled with roasted pork marinated in achiote, sour orange and spices then cooked slowly within a banana leaf. Wash down your decadent gringa and delicious guacamole with a few too many frothy pisco sours. 

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Urban Tadka

 

Bangkok’s Indian dining scene is a fast-growing one, and Urban Tadka brings an authentic menu filled with south Indian classics to the mix. From idlis to curries, they nail every dish with their commitment to freshness and flavour. Located in Sukhumvit, only a stone’s throw from several BTS stations, this restaurant is easily accessible and is set to be one of the most popular spots in the area. 

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