The best restaurants and cafes in Ekkamai

Find your new favorite restaurants in Ekkamai
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Best described as Thonglor's younger, less flamboyant sister, this up-and-coming area is known for its for quaint eateries, delightful dessert places and fantastic cafes. Why don’t you drive here (or the take BTS) and stop at hot venues such as Peace for fine Oriental tea, Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro for mouthwatering Mediterranean dishes or Padthai Ekkamai for irresistible Pad Thai.

Broken Eggs
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Restaurants, Spanish

Broken Eggs

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Breaking away from restrictive reputation, Broken Eggs is a hip Spanish tavern that’s unafraid to inject a contemporary spin to tapas bites.

OH CHIC Ekkamai
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Restaurants, Contemporary Asian

Oh Chic

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A new destination combining gastronomy and entertainment in the heart of Ekkamai, OH CHIC is a social club and eatery that offer Italian-Asian fusion dishes along with nightly performances by deejays or live bands and rotating themed shows.

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Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro
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Restaurants, Contemporary European

Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro

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The team behind Cocotte—the swanky steak-slash-ribs specialist on Sukhumvit 39—loosens up on its meat-centric concept by letting seafood co-star at a new Mediterranean spin-off in Ekkamai.

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Mamarin Noodle
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Mamarin

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The only way to enjoy Ban Beung’s famous noodles was to make a trip all the way to the small town in Chonburi. Your life is now easier thanks to Mamarin, the new noodle spot in Ekkamai that has brought the district’s signature delicacy to downtown Bangkok.

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Restaurants, Street food

Padthai Ekkamai

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Tucked in the bustling Ekkamai stretch is this pad thai parlor which are popular among all-nighters after the clubs in the neighborhoods are closed.

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Restaurants, Street food

Wattanapanich

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An institution for over 50 years, Wattanapanich is famous for its traditional Chinese-style stewed beef and goat. 

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Ink & Lion Cafe
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Restaurants, Coffee shops

Ink & Lion Cafe

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Combining an art gallery and a café, Ink & Lion is owned by a couple who both have art in their blood. Those who are passionate about arts, crafts and coffee will definitely fall in love with this place.

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Restaurants, Coffee shops

Kaizen Coffee Co.

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All-white interiors, marbletop counters, black infinity-edge lines – all these elements combine to create a clean modern look for this cafe.

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Brave Roasters

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A small café owned by co-founders of Onion, a cutting-edge retailer for men's & women's apparels, and Brave Roasters, a local roaster who supports and mainly selects only good range of Thai beans.

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Pooltime Cafe

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Pooltime café features a quirky combination of marble-topped tables, white walls and neon-colored chairs. However, the Instagram-worthy décor isn’t the only reason people come to Pooltime—the raccoons may have something to do with it too.

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