Bangkok bartenders organize booze-free flea market this Sunday

For almost a year, Bangkok bartenders have been left in the dark, their reopening proposals ignored, their future uncertain. Many have turned to side... Read on

Savor more Sarnies at cafe’s new downtown digs in leafy Soi Tonson (Photos)

Downtown fans of Sarnies’ coffee, baked dishes and hearty brunches won’t have to commute to Charoen Krung now that they are available at its... Read on

After 37 years, German eatery Bei Otto quits Sukhumvit Road

A German institution in the heart of Bangkok where untold schnitzel and pints have been pounded for four decades will say auf wiedersehen to... Read on

Oh-so-popular Seoul cafe ‘Mil Toast House’ lands in Siam Square

An uber-popular Korean breadhouse has arrived in Bangkok, with queues lining up outside in its first days since opening on the weekend. Mil Toast... Read on

Get juicy burgers soaked in neon and ‘Bang Bang’ sauce in Soi 11

Bangkok may be flush with burger joints, but Bang Bang on Soi 11 brings new energy to its ever-growing list. Designed by award-winning Shelley... Read on

Masticate anew when brunch spot ‘Chu’ reopens in Phrom Phong

A few months after it seemed to close for good, Asoke’s beloved Chu will reopen to serve its famous eggs Benedict, hearty pasta and... Read on

Think mooncakes couldn’t get worse, Bangkok? They now come full of beef.

A traditional Chinese dessert everyone gives and no one eats got a new twist we’re not sure makes it better or even worse: juicy... Read on

One of Bangkok’s ‘Suhring’ boys will start chain-smoking meats

Barbecue fans can soon fix their sights on a new venture from Thomas Suhring, one half of the twin-brother duo behind the Michelin-starred restaurant... Read on

Near-Bangkok cafe rolls out red carpet to pay homage to the cinema age

We’ve got theater-themed watering hole Backstage Bar, art deco cinema hotel Prince Theatre Heritage Stay and geek movie hangout FICS. So why not more... Read on

Outdoor dining is in! Here are some of Bangkok’s best al fresco spots

Restaurants are slowly reopening, but some might prefer to dine al fresco, and Bangkok has plenty of places to scratch that itch.  Check out... Read on

Nana Coffee Roasters opens ‘Haru’ in Phra Khanong

Newly bringing caffeine to Phra Khanong is a cafe from coffee evangelists Nana Coffee Roasters. Located in Soi Sukhumvit 71, Haru draws inspiration from... Read on

Bangkok speakeasy S’Amuser reopens near Wongwian Yai

Shut just after it opened earlier this year, a stylish speakeasy has reopened again to serve Bangkok’s west side. With lockdown measures relaxed yesterday... Read on

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Bangkok bartenders organize booze-free flea market this Sunday

For almost a year, Bangkok bartenders have been left in the dark, their reopening proposals ignored, their future uncertain. Many have turned to side hustles to make by, selling everything from noodles to coffee while they can’t serve you drinks. Many of those side projects will be on display...

After 37 years, German eatery Bei Otto quits Sukhumvit Road

A German institution in the heart of Bangkok where untold schnitzel and pints have been pounded for four decades will say auf wiedersehen to its home on Soi Sukhumvit 20. Tomorrow will be the last day Bei Otto’s open in the Bavarian-style brewhouse complete with Tudor facade it opened...

Oh-so-popular Seoul cafe ‘Mil Toast House’ lands in Siam Square

An uber-popular Korean breadhouse has arrived in Bangkok, with queues lining up outside in its first days since opening on the weekend. Mil Toast House is giving Seoul-starved Bangkokians a taste of the South Korean capital with a branch of its renowned bakery. The space is swimming in beige...

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