Break your eating routines and check out these new restaurants around Bangkok.
New restaurants, cafés and bars to try in Bangkok this month
An abandoned, bright yellow building that’s been sitting opposite Gaggan for years has been taken over by the restaurant’s former sous chef and transformed into Gaa, a fine-dining destination that’s poised to take Bangkok’s food scene by storm. Helming the kitchen is Garima Arora, a Mumbai-hailing journalist-turned-chef who earned her cooking chops at two Michelin-starred Copenhagen restaurant Noma before landing a spot in Gaggan’s kitchen.
Scroll though your latest Instagram feed. The glasshouse/greenhouse trend has become a massive hit in Bangkok’s hip dining scene, with new restaurants and cafés around town featuring natural light-friendly designs to match their photo-worthy grub. The trend has even expanded to the outskirts of Lad Prao with a new Thai eatery becoming the latest to brandish the “greenhouse effect.”