Behind doors forced shut, Charoen Krung’s tiki bar shifts to squeezing juice

With Bangkok bars closed yet again – and no reopening date on the horizon, or even a government stipend to compensate them — rum-oriented... Read on

Chiang Mai’s iconic ice-cream shop shuts after 13 years

An iconic landmark and ice-cream shop in Chiang Mai is the latest to be hit by the pandemic. Having served frozen treats in the... Read on

Avocados get spun into satisfying smoothies at Soi Chula’s ‘Wonderfood’

A superfood brand that rose to popularity from flea market pop-ups has finally settled into a permanent store just a few minutes from Chulalongkorn... Read on

Centuries-old homes get new lease of life as riverside cafe ‘Hong Sieng Kong’

After a year-long renovation, a set of old buildings built nearly two centuries ago officially has a new lease of life.  Tucked in an... Read on

‘We can’t adapt anymore’: Yadong bar Thaisho calls it quits

After months of government-forced closures, a bar best known for its buzzing group atmosphere and shots of yadong – the traditional Thai herbal moonshine... Read on

A Hoi! Thonglor’s ‘Chinese izakaya’ serving ‘drunken’ chicken, and more

Sandwiched between Thonglor live music venue Studio Lam and Homeburg, Hoi – Chinese Izakaya can be accessed via a sort of hidden entrance in... Read on

Sri Lankan culture, flavors come in a banana leaf at ‘Cocolombo’

Sri Lankan food is either undiscovered in Bangkok or often mistaken for Indian food. In an effort to change this perception, restaurateur Chandini Gulrajani... Read on

‘Casa Panza’ brings bold Cuban flavors to Bangkok

Bangkok’s kaleidoscope of food cultures is hard to match, and adding to the melting pot is Casa Panza, a delivery-only service offering Cuban favorites. ... Read on

Straight outta Khaosan by way of Rome, ‘pinsa’ street bites come to Phra Khanong

We’ve nibbled away at New York-style and Neapolitan pizza, but Roman pinsa isn’t a common find in Bangkok.  Here comes The Pocket, a delivery... Read on

Phrom Phong garden gem ‘Kram’ bids farewell after 7 years

Today is the last day to dine in a garden home setting in Bangkok’s Phrom Phong area.  The latest to bid goodbye to diners... Read on

Star chef Gaggan collabs with Greyhound Cafe, Grab Food for lunchbox project

Gaggan Anand is no stranger to the unusual collaboration. Now, the celebrity chef has joined hands with a fashion and food powerhouse, as well... Read on

Break bread at Phrom Phong’s ‘Nine Pastry’ with sourdough from the Holy Land

Located in a standalone house down Sukhumvit Soi 24 aka “the other Ari,” Nine Pastry specializes in sourdough and baked treats with a Mediterranean... Read on

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Chiang Mai’s iconic ice-cream shop shuts after 13 years

An iconic landmark and ice-cream shop in Chiang Mai is the latest to be hit by the pandemic. Having served frozen treats in the Nimmanhaemin neighborhood in Chiang Mai for 13 years, Iberry Garden recently announced that it will close forever.  The owner, Udom “Note” Taepanich, best known as...

Avocados get spun into satisfying smoothies at Soi Chula’s ‘Wonderfood’

A superfood brand that rose to popularity from flea market pop-ups has finally settled into a permanent store just a few minutes from Chulalongkorn University. Formerly known as Avocadia, Wonderfood now highlights the humble avocado from its mint-green shophouse on Soi Chula 5. The shop offers a variety of...

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Are you hungry for knowledge or just hungry in general? Are you ready to go drinking but not sure which bar to choose? Coconuts can help you plan a gastronomic journey through Asia’s city of angels. From the riverside to the business district to the suburbs, let us recommend places to snack, feast, nibble, and munch your way around town. Not to mention, sip, swill, imbibe, and chug to your heart’s content. When you need to know about every little thing you can possibly eat and drink in Bangkok, Coconuts has you covered. We also offer extensive archives that explain Thai food to those new to the country. We can teach you how to recognize, try, and order Thai food like a pro. But we don’t offer just Thai food coverage. We cover the coolest craft beer brewers in the city, the hippest bespoke cocktail bars around town, and the location of every fattening food truck your heart desires after you’ve had your fill of drinks. Burgers? Tacos? Pizza? We’ve got you. We pride ourselves on offering not just food news, but reviews, features, updates and even Instagram posts from your favorite food happenings all over this great metropolis. And, we don’t just tell you what we love, we also give you the down and dirty details of all the edibles that don’t live up to the hype. When you want real, honest and of-the-moment food content, you need to look no further than Coconuts for your fresh and juicy food news.