For decades, Ari has been home to some of the city's best local restaurants foodies keep returning for decent food at reasonable prices. From long-standing Thai eateries to hip burger joints, Ari never fails to offer a great variety of food options.
The best restaurants in Ari
Discover the best places to eat and drink in the charming area of Ari
The best restaurants and cafes in Ari
After months of building a name online and on food delivery services, Burger X has finally launched its food truck at La Villa in Ari. The burger purveyor, which first made its presence known in May during the lockdown, is trying out face-to-face service for a month, giving fans the chance to bite into big, juicy patties slapped in between chewy brioche buns fresh off the grill.
Jim's Burger and Beer has been a go-to place for burger lovers in Ari for years with delicious homemade buns and juicy patties. Try Jim Lava Cheesy Burger (B290) that comes with charcoal bun, double cheese, onion rings, and tender patty, or Jim Apocalypse Burger (B360) that features patty in freshly baked bun, melted cheese, onion rings, and bacon.
Tucked in quirky Ari, this shophouse-turned-restaurant is a casual and fun place to enjoy flavorful Busan-style Korean delicacies. The restaurant also features an open kitchen where diners can watch Busan-born head chef, Kay Cho, and his younger brother, Junhee, perform their culinary magic.
Kinlenn, the casual restaurant that started out in Khao Yai, earned a reputation for serving fuss-free fare in a fun and photogenic environment. When it debuted in Bangkok, the hipster haven of Ari seemed like the perfect match. The restaurant ticks all the boxes for an ideal casual hang-out, offering flavorful bites perfect for sharing along with refreshing heady concoctions that can help guests unwind after stressful hours in the office.
Yoong Chang, a restaurant that describes itself as “Neo-Chinese,” specializes in combining multiple culinary traditions in one dish. The menu boasts creative combinations created by owner and head chef Kulapol “Air” Samsen, who studied at a cooking school in Hong Kong and worked at Michelin-starred Bangkok restaurant Gaa.
Wagyu-importer-turned-beef-specialist Wagyuism pleases meat lovers with fine beef imported directly from Kobe and Hokkaido— we’re talking A4 and A5 grades. (It’s even one of the very few Kobe beef-certified restaurants in Bangkok!) Tucked in Soi Ari Samphan 5, the cozy eatery boasts loft-style interiors decorated with wood furnishings and Japanese art.