This one is dedicated to all of you ladies doing girl dinner. The Girl Dinner craze is all about being home and doing it your way. Check out these spots below to get your GD into next gear. 

Shoken Bangkok


Say hola to the newest Spanish-inspired restaurant. Picture lamplit tables, velvet chairs, arched mirrors, pilasters, and a room adorned with stacks of Louis Vuitton suitcases for the perfect photo backdrop. In a nutshell, it’s the ideal spot for a girls’ night out. Edible works of art are on the menu. Don’t miss out on their signature truffle toast (B790), their arroz negro paella (B790), and their smoked short ribs sous vide for 24 hours (B890) for a meatier main. As the night unfolds, the space transforms into a club with a DJ and personalized drinks are available with your name on them.  

148, Marche Thonglor. 082-212-6992. Open daily 5pm-1am 

Chenin Natural Wine Bar


Brought to you by the former Asoke Pi Shop team, it’s Chenin Natural Wine Bar. The underground bar exudes a mysterious charm with soft candlelight and lush velvet curtains, setting the stage for an intimate wine and dine evening. Start your evening with foie gras toast (B550) and the scallop potato brown butter (B520). For those with heartier appetites, try the tender, dry-aged prime rib (B480). The extensive wine list includes a variety of natty wines for every taste.

29/4, Sukhumvit 31, 061-140-0444. Open daily 6pm-12am 



A tasteful transformation of the former Gaggan Annand’s Wet, the French Bisou is a creation from French chef Antoine Daquin and sommelier Theo Lavergne. It’s a romantic, flirtatious Parisian bistro reminiscent of a hi-so mansion. Savour French-inspired sharing plates like foie gras and smoked eel-topped french toast (B350) and kavari caviar-topped bisou fried chicken (B350). For lighter fare, indulge in the hamachi ceviche (B790) and the gnocchi (B490) or lobster roll for mains (B1990), expertly paired with their curated wine list. 

68, Lumpini Sub-District, Langsuan Soi 9. 096-025-5858.Open daily 5.30 pm-12 am 



Imagine sitting pretty beneath the lemon trees, with a cocktail in hand in a meticulously designed setting by owner Ou Baholyodhin. Every detail, from ambient lighting to the choice of silverware, reflects European influence. The menu complements this idyllic setting with continental comfort cuisine, offering no-nonsense yet flavorful dishes. Begin with the savory chicken liver (B320) or the baked clams (B260) for seafood lovers. For mains, the signature hand-rolled pasta amatriciana (B420) is a must-try, or indulge in the succulent beef cheek paired with parmesan mash (B720).  

Maitri Chit Rd. 090-898-2397. Open Mon-Fri 5pm-10pm; Sat 4pm-10:30pm

Vaso - Spanish Tapas Bar


From former award-winning El Willy Shanghai and La Terreza del Casino Madrid, Vaso is your secret weekend vibe, even on Thursday. Drawing on his hospitality experiences and inspired by the energy of Spain, Chef El Palanca creates fine dining that emphasizes the experience. The menu combines traditional Spanish cooking techniques with Asian influences. Kick off with Vaso’s tapas, featuring delicacies like caviar con jamon (B599) or el vaso de erizo de mar (B1190). Be sure to not miss la tortilla el chorizo (B590), and you simply must experience their paella offerings. Prepare to be surprised when complimentary shots flow generously from the bar, encouraging spontaneous dancing—maybe even to the tune of the macarena. 

87, Velaa Sindhorn Village. 098-914-4664. Open daily 12pm-12am



Step into John Gamvros’s spot and immerse yourself in the buzz. It’s Thailand's only Michelin-listed Greek restaurant, a next-gen revival of a cherished family-run Sydney establishment. Here, enjoy Greek classics like flaming cheese saganaki (B550), the gyros plate (B500), and slow-roasted lamb shoulder 'kleftiko' (B1450). Their Greek hospitality, homey and down to earth, an atmosphere that fosters a a spirit where customers can let loose. Smash a plate, dance on chairs, and sing; it’s all encouraged. Missing Europe summer? This will cure your FOMO. 

More to come: The 16th of September will be Aesop’s last day at their Saladaeng location, and they will reopen on the 1st of October at Aesop's Rooftop at Level 25, Column Tower, Sukhumvit 16.  

Fatboy Izakaya


In the former Wine Bibber Sangria Spot, this unique venue boasts two floors of colourful artistry. Immersed in Japanese kitsch, the walls are adorned with manga and colourful artwork, adding to the visual feast. You don't leave this dinner spot sober. The ambience encourages a refreshing Sapporo or a crafted cocktail. The food is even better. Must try delights include the crispy shisamo with spicy dipping (B180), ramen cacio e pepe okaka sweet soy (B280), wagyu fat garlic fried rice (B240). For sushi enthusiasts, the fatboy roll (B650) is a go-to choice.    

Ekkamai Soi 2. 065-664-1539. Open daily 11am-12am