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Kiri Tsukemen
And it’s already causing long queues. 
Yankii Robatayaki and Bar
Go there to drink—and maybe snack on the side.
No Name Noodle
Love the food, hate the rules.
Udon Sakaba Kitaro Labo
Slurp thick, chewy noodles with refreshing Japanese salted plum.
Larb Siab
Enjoy bite-size larb skewers with an alfresco rooftop view in the heart of the city.
Dosan Dalmatian
As long as you can carry your good girl/boy up to the fourth floor, they can come.
Irie Bangkok
Previously in Ekkamai and now at a backpackers’ destination, they're mixing meats and beats.
The grand opening party on Jan 14 will bring live music, bar bites, natural wine, cocktails, and an art exhibition from Trey Hurst.
Simple ingredients done creatively at this new spot on Soi 38.
Ang Morr
A failed attempt to revitalize a classic Chinese cook shop.
Homey recipes made with French flair.
Tsu Na Gu
Book your seat while it’s still easy to get. 
Fatboy Izakaya
You’re not leaving this izakaya sober.
The menu reads similar to Saeng Chai, but the dishes aren’t something you’ve seen before.
From a poetic arrangement of sea urchin bibimbap to Korean’s prized barbecued galbi, Juksunchae creates a narrative that stirs and satisfies expectations.
Maison Dunand
One of Bangkok’s French culinary kings makes his return.
Zao Larb
The mind behind Zao takes Isaan food up a notch.
Despite opening for less than a month, this beef spot has already garnered a fan base and queues are piling up across the street.
Sushi Saryu
Sushi master Seiji Sudo has returned to shake up Bangkok’s omakase scene once again. 
Côte by Mauro Colagreco
Côte walks a fine line between perfection and passion.
Good charcuterie in a cozy, industrial vibe.
Celeb chef Chumpol unveils a new Thai dessert-focused cafe.
Lava Asian Bistro and Bar
Head for the Asian sliders and stay for the two-liter margarita.
Energy Station
 Fill your tank, office folks.