Starting this Thu, Sep 12-29, BK Restaurant Week (BKRW) is upon us. That means you can dine at some of Bangkok’s best restaurants for a fraction of the usual price, with special multi-course set menus priced at just B750 or B1,000++. Here, we’ve rounded up some of the fanciest participants and the best deals (regular dish prices in brackets, not including tax and service)—book your seat at

The Brasserie (Waldorf)

The place: Sitting on the upper lobby of the palatial Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, this spot serves up French inspired cuisine using locally sourced ingredients.
Menu highlights: Salmon tartar (B420); pan-seared turbot provencale (pan-seared halibut provencale usually priced at B900); and more.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
Waldorf Astoria, 151 Ratchadamri Rd., 02-846-8888


The place: The menu at this hip, grungy-chic restaurant is designed by Tim Butler of Eat Me in league with on-site chef Lorin Janita and Nithit “Lenk“ Nithikampol.
Menu highlights: Grilled romaine with parmesan crisps and anchovy dressing (regular price, B350); “mac and cheese” cavatelli with oxtail and breadcrumbs (B800); plus ice cream for dessert.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
118/2 Sathorn Soi 12, 02-234-7749

Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology

The place: This sleek and sultry restaurant pairs boldly spiced Indian-style dishes with creative cocktails that perfectly complement one another. 
Menu highlights: Lamb sheikh kebab (B450); ghost dum biryani (mutton marinated in nutmeg flower & natural botanical oils in aromatic Basmati pilao rice; B650).
BKRW price: B1,000++ for six courses.
5/F, Fraser Suites, 38/8 Sukhumvit Soi 11, 02-038-5112

Enoteca Italiana

The place: With head chef Stefano Borra (formerly chef-owner of the one-Michelin-starred Ristorante VO), Enoteca has been among the top of Bangkok’s Italian restaurant scene for all the right reasons: delicate food bursting with traditional flavors, rustic dining room, huge wine list and personable service.
Menu highlights: Tonno vitellato (slices of cooked cold veal in a tuna mayonnaise sauce; B650); marinated wild catch salmon (B790). A four course set menu here would usually cost you B1,800.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
39 Sukhumvit Soi 27, 02-258-4386


The place: Bold, vibrant, beautifully plated farm-to-table and zero-waste dining in a modern two-story wood house with backyard view. Oh, and it’s the only fine dining venue that allows pets.
Menu highlights: Me in a Bowl (charbroiled chicken, makhani curry, pickled shallots, mint chutney); Nadia (chocolate, cherry sorbet, raspberry, rose jam). A nine course tasting menu is usually priced at B2,390.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
231/3 Sukhumvit Soi 31, 02-258-4744


The place: Chef Amit Kumar (who has cooked in some of the best kitchens in India) and Dr. Pushpesh Pant (author, TV show host, and a leading expert on Indian cuisine), team up to revive long-lost and difficult to find recipes
Menu highlights: Hara bhara kebab and raw papaya murabba (shallow-fried spinach, green peas, potatoes and cottage cheese cutlets coated with rice flakes; B300); kandhari murgh tikka (BKRW special—similar dishes like chicken tikka normally priced at B380). The five course signature tasting menu would usually cost B1,500.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for seven courses.
71 Sukhumvit Soi 26, 02-258-4900

Karmakamet Diner

The place: Local aromatherapy brand Karmakamet is now known for its cute coffee shops and full-scale restaurants with on-trend décor—think old-school medicine cabinets, packing crates and house plants.
Menu highlights: Cold Explosion (salmon roe, cod roe, pickled mackerel, white anchovy, oscietra caviar, avocado cream, melon jelly, melon pearl; B790); American Doughnut (pan-fried Majestic oyster, Manila clams, tiger prawn, capers, sun-dried tomato and balsamic topped with a salted doughnut and calamari; B590); house smoked duck breast (B790).
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
30/1 Sukhumvit Soi 24, 02-262-0700-1

The Kitchen Table

The place: W Bangkok’s chic all-day restaurant deals in both Asian and Western flavors. Their recently unveiled “Tipsy Cow” menu features sees carefully selected meats treated to stateside cooking techniques, from smoked beef brisket and barbecue pork ribs to burgers and unique dishes like the duck lasagna.
Menu highlights: Beef short rib (B650); duck lasagna (B580); 20-layer chocolate cake (B450).
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses with coffee or tea.
2/F, W Hotel, Sathorn Rd., 02-344-4000

Penthouse Bar + Grill

The place: The multi-story steakhouse atop the Park Hyatt is perfect date night material with its sweeping views, walnut woods and marble decor. The menu of red meat and seafood jumps straight to the premium stuff, and the cocktails hit the price-to-quality sweet spot.
Menu highlights: Braised short rib (B950); chocolate profiteroles (B430). A three course set lunch menu here would usually cost you B1,499.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
34-36/F, Park Hyatt, 88 Wireless Rd., 02-011-7480

Rang Mahal

The place: A multi-award-winning northern Indian restaurant in an elegant over-the-top rooftop setting with exceptional service.
Menu highlights: Chicken tikka (similar dish usually B520); bharwan khumb (stuffed mushrooms; B350). A three-course set menu here would usually cost you B1,195.
BKRW price: B750++ for four courses.
26/F, Rembrandt Hotel, 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, 02-261-7100


The place: This Thai fine-dining operation from celebrity chef Chumpol Jangprai has earned a Michelin star for its seasonal ingredients, hard-to-find dishes and authentic royal Thai cuisine in a traditional setting reminiscent of the early Rattanakosin era.
Menu highlights: The chef’s menu concept means it’s all a surprise, but the regular seven-course menu usually costs B2,912.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
131 Sukhumvit Soi 53, 02-059-0433
Organic beetroot carpaccio

Seen Restaurant and Bar

The place: Avani Riverside Hotel's 26th-floor rooftop offers food curated by Portuguese celebrity chef Olivier Da Costa and tasty cocktails.
Menu highlights: Organic beetroot carpaccio (B490); seafood risotto (B790).
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
26/F, Avani Riverside, Rd., 02-431-9120


The place: Chef Stefano Merlo’s tasting menus offer a fun, interactive version of Italian fine dining, pairing dainty creations with heftier meat and pasta plates. One of the first venues to sell out in BKRW 2018.
Menu highlights: Veal tonnato (slow cooked veal eye round, tuna and egg sauce, capers and pickles; B590); wagyu striploin (B1,990); ravioli creme brulee (B290). A seven-course tasting menu here would usually cost you B2,690.
BKRW price: B1,000++ for three courses.
Narathiwat Ratchanakarin 17 Yaek 5, 02-117-1618


The place: This innovative Thai-focused restaurant offers soulful and balanced tasting menus from its air-conditioned glass box 25 floors above Bangkok in the Siam@Siam hotel.
Menu highlights: Pad kratiem prik thai, khai kem; organic burnt pumpkin ice cream (nine-course set menu usually priced at B1,700).
BKRW price: B1,000++ for four courses, plus B500++ for optional drink package.
25/F, Siam @ Siam Design Hotel, 865 Rama 1 Rd., 065-328-7374