New restaurants, cafes and bars to try in Bangkok this month

Bangkok's most appetizing new openings
By Time Out Bangkok staff |
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Break your eating routines and check out these new restaurants, bars and cafes around Bangkok. 

New restaurants, cafés and bars to try in Bangkok this month

Nonna Nella by Lenzi Italian restaurant
Sereechai Puttes
Restaurants, Italian

Nonna Nella by Lenzi

icon-location-pin Phloen Chit

Francesco Lenzi, the culinary genius behind the upscale Lenzi Tuscan Kitchen, and the former chef of Medici at Hotel Muse, abandons fine-dining efforts at his new eatery, opting instead for more a casual space that that spotlights traditional Italian fare.

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Mrs. Wu, premium shabu
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Restaurants, Contemporary Asian

Mrs. Wu

icon-location-pin Langsuan

There's no shortage of hot pot restaurants on Soi Langsuan (Mercury Ville alone has two places that are usually packed with office workers gulping as much food as possible during all-you-can-eat hours). Randy Noprapa and Chalee Kader, the chefs behind Fillets and 100 Mahaseth, are adding to the number with Mrs. Wu, a modern eatery that takes the humble hot pot to another level.

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aesop's bangkok greek
Sereechai Puttes
Restaurants, Greek

Aesop's

icon-location-pin Saladaeng

John Yiannis Gamvros, a second generation restaurateur from the family that owns a Greek restaurant in Sydney called Aesop's, is looking to introduce the edgier side of Greece in Bangkok with an unconventional Greek eatery that turns sacred Mount Olympus into an Athenian party district.

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R.Haarn Thai restaurant
Sereechai Puttes
Restaurants, Thai

R.Haan

icon-location-pin Thonglor

Celebrity chef Chumpol Jangprai takes the traditional Thai shared eating style of sumrub and given it a fine-dining approach at a new restaurant called R.HAAN.

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Tenshino Japanese restaurant
Sereechai Puttes
Restaurants, Japanese

Tenshino

icon-location-pin Phaya Thai

To our surprise, Tenshino is not your usual hotel restaurant, but a fusion eatery that injects French influences into the best of Japanese cuisine. Tenshino’s contemporary dishes are complemented by bright European vintage-style decor.

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Bars, Cocktail bars

Barbon

icon-location-pin Yaowarat

French influences permeate this small cocktail joint, from its name, which means “good bar” in French (but also reads “upstairs bar” in Thai), to a gleaming neon sign lighting up a phrase that tempts you to get drunk in French, not to mention a French jazz playlist that makes you momentarily forget that you’re in Bangkok’s Chinese quarter.

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Sugar Ray, You’ve Just Been Poisoned
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Bars

Sugar Ray You've Just Been Poisoned

icon-location-pin Sukhumvit 24

Sugar Ray was a mainstay in Ekkamai’s nightlife scene for a reason—its creative cocktails and rustic-meets-minimalist speakeasy vibe drew both eclectic hipsters and cocktail connoisseurs to the second floor of Baan Ekkamai.

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Silpa Bhirasri's House
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Restaurants, Cafés

Silpa Bhirasri's House

icon-location-pin Dusit

This beautiful neo-Renaissance building in the lesser-known part of the old quarter is unarguably one of the most storied cafes in Bangkok. The charming structure was once the residence of Silpa Bhirasri, one of the most prominent art figures in Thai history.

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Kad Kokoa
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Restaurants, Cafés

Kad Kokoa

icon-location-pin Sathorn

Kad Kokoa, one of Thailand’s very first chocolate makers, has opened an eponymous chocolate café that puts the spotlight on bean-to-bar chocolates and indulgent drinks whipped up using locally grown cacao beans.

Restaurants, Coffee shops

Omotesando Koffee

icon-location-pin Siam

Omotesando Koffee, the world-renowned Tokyo-based coffee house, has opened a shop in Bangkok.

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