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Matcha Mood
Silom’s new matcha house specializes in superior-quality green tea.
Scenema Café
This cinema-themed cafe transports you to the golden era of movies.
Haru by Nana Coffee Roasters
This Nana Coffee Roasters offshoot evokes a zen-inspired vibe.
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Bloom Pretzel and Coffee
All pretzels, all the time, at Pattanakarn’s minimal Bloom cafe.
Sarnies Roastery
Sarnies opens a coffee roastery and bakery in Ploenchit.
Rad Meats
Sausages, charcuterie, cheese, and more: all local, all-natural.
Omi Tteok
This minimalist cafe is dedicated to Korean rice cakes.
Veganisto
Plant-based ice cream with all the flavor and less of the guilt.
Qraft
A popular tea shop branches out to pastries.
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Hemp
Get sugar high with Bangkok’s first CBD-infused ice cream.
La Dotta (Silom)
Casual pasta shop and bistro La Dotta expands to Silom.
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Hummus Bangkok
This Chiang Mai-born cloud kitchen takes Middle Eastern fare up a notch.
Tony’s
This Italian-American restaurant brings Big Apple red-sauce vibes to Soi 11. 
Rintaro (Ari)
The line keeps growing for Rintaro’s gelato at its second Bangkok branch.
Potion Essential
Get familiar with macronutrients at this new superfood cafe. 
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Pappy’s
Bangkok’s American street food scene goes regional with Chicago-style dogs. 
Smokey Cat Coffee Roaster
Smokey Cat brings boutique beans to Suan Phlu.
Paga
Upgrade your coffee knowledge at this cafe founded by a champion barista.
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Holy Burger
This new cloud kitchen is cooking up a plant-based storm in On Nut. 
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Hong Sieng Kong
Local family transforms centuries-old Talad Noi homes into a riverside cafe.
Hoi Chinese Izakaya
This “Chinese izakaya” is not your run-of-the-mill Chinese restaurant.  
Cocolombo
Sri Lanka’s rich culture and exotic flavors, wrapped in a banana leaf.  
Casa Panza
Casa Panza brings bold Cuban flavors to Bangkok.
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The Pocket
Khaosan’s Roman-style street food purveyors bring pinsa to Phra Khanong.