This expat couple will run 42K to raise funds for vegan venues

Bangkok’s plant-based scene was just coming into its own and now venues are facing tough odds of survival. Now two plant-based power evangelists are... Read on

New York, Montreal or Jerusalem? Where to bagel in Bangkok.

Bangkok’s roll-with-a-hole scene is suddenly booming. Looking for a fully loaded sandwich or a sesame seed bagel with a schmear? Here are six bagelries... Read on

Thonglor’s pasta bistro ‘La Dotta’ expands to Silom

La Dotta Silom, which briefly opened in mid-April, is open again where the Italian cocktail bar 1919 once stood. The new digs resemble its... Read on

Bangkok chocolate cafe launches French treat for Bastille Day

Bastille Day might be slightly less exciting in Bangkok this year, but one chocolate cafe wants to help you celebrate France’s national day accordingly,... Read on

K-pop fans alert: McDonald’s ‘BTS Meal’ is finally coming to Thailand

Good news for stans of Korean boy band, BTS: The long-awaited “BTS Meal” will finally arrive in Thailand next week. On Tuesday, McDonald’s Thailand... Read on

Seoul’s 24-hour barbecue spot ‘Saemaeul’ to open inside CentralWorld later this month

If you can’t go to Korea, let Korea come to you. After teasing a new spot in Thailand last year, all-day Korean barbecue restaurant... Read on

Chiang Mai-hailing ‘Hummus Bangkok’ takes Middle Eastern fare up a notch in Soi Sukhumvit 22

This Chiang Mai-born Middle Eastern kitchen offers vegetarian options with a modern twist. Don’t expect your regular hummus-centric cuisine at its delivery-only Bangkok branch,... Read on

Ari’s Japanese beef specialist ‘Wagyuism’ bids farewell

Another restaurant is shutting for good as Ari’s Japanese beef specialist Wagyuism called it quits today. The corner spot on Soi Ari Samphan 5,... Read on

With alcohol off the table, zero-waste bar ‘Wasteland’ rolls out savory soda flavors

Tired of your run-of-the-mill Coca-Cola? Try pickled plum- or ponzu-flavored cola, courtesy of Wasteland and the Okura Prestige hotel. With alcohol off the table... Read on

Mouth-watering Japanese ice-cream ‘Rintaro’ expands with new branch in Ari

After its first branch took Phra Khanong by storm, Japanese gelateria Rintaro is now branching out with a second joint in Ari.  The highlights... Read on

Soi Suan Phlu welcomes coffee roaster ‘Smokey Cat’ and its boutique beans

Sathorn neighborhood recently has welcomed a new joint bringing boutique beans to Soi Suan Phlu. Occupying an enviable corner unit near the Somerset Park... Read on

Tire brand heads north, adds Ayutthaya to Thailand’s Michelin guide

French tire firm Michelin is going off the beaten track. The Michelin Guide to Thailand will include Ayutthaya, the country’s former capital, in its... Read on

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This expat couple will run 42K to raise funds for vegan venues

Bangkok’s plant-based scene was just coming into its own and now venues are facing tough odds of survival. Now two plant-based power evangelists are stepping up – and forward – to help them out. Later this month, Max Hellier and Joanna Hellier, the folks behind plant-based blog and sustainability...

New York, Montreal or Jerusalem? Where to bagel in Bangkok.

Bangkok’s roll-with-a-hole scene is suddenly booming. Looking for a fully loaded sandwich or a sesame seed bagel with a schmear? Here are six bagelries – and what makes them unique.    BKK Bagels BKK Bagels has been serving hand-rolled, New York-style bagels to hungry office workers and downtown residents...

Thonglor’s pasta bistro ‘La Dotta’ expands to Silom

La Dotta Silom, which briefly opened in mid-April, is open again where the Italian cocktail bar 1919 once stood. The new digs resemble its sister branch in Thonglor with aquamarine walls, counter seating, and loads of fresh pasta on display. Head chef and partner Francesco Deiana brings a touch...

Bangkok chocolate cafe launches French treat for Bastille Day

Bastille Day might be slightly less exciting in Bangkok this year, but one chocolate cafe wants to help you celebrate France’s national day accordingly, even if at home. Kad Kokoa, Sathorn’s tucked away, bean-to-bar chocolate cafe, announced that it will honor the occasion by serving a special Paris-Brest au...

Coconuts Bangkok Food & Drink

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.