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Bangkok’s food culture, while always a riot of options, flavours, and colors, went for many years relatively unchanged. But in the early 2010’s, as chefs returned from studying abroad, they began to create a new food scene, often importing European dishes and techniques to the Thai capital. Now, that trend of Thai chefs cooking western dishes is changing, as chefs like Bo Songvisava reappropriate Thai cuisine for the modern age, boldly innovating while staying true to its superb heritage.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the diversity of Bangkok’s dining options. From the street food stalls of Chinatown and Rattanakosin to the city’s semi-open-air, shophouse, and fine dining restaurants, and even it’s shopping mall food courts, there’s no lack of kitchens where you can taste that famous balance of robust flavors that is Thai cuisine.

Bangkok’s nightlife is the stuff of legend, and much of what makes it special is centered around the Chinatown area, where you can sample high-end gin bars or catch a view of the Chao Phraya River from
one of the area’s elegant rooftop bars. But if you’re looking to clink glasses at the top of a skyscraper, just make sure you meet the dress code.

The neon-lit allure of Bangkok at night, with its bustling streets and tiny alleyways hiding some of the city’s best food, is an experience not to be missed. During the weekend, ditch the tourist traps and get lost shopping your way around the 15,000 stalls of Chatuchak, the world’s largest weekend market.

Gourmet Seafood "lobster ravioli and scampi cream"
World Gourmet Festival 2022
The 22nd World Gourmet Festival, sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna, will take place at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hote
Wilfrid Hocquet of Blue by Alain Ducasse and Guillaume Galliot of Caprice Hong Kong
Blue by Alain Ducasse Hosts Collaboration with Chef Guillaume Galliot of Caprice Hong Kong
For two nights only, Bangkok’s fine-dining scene will see a culinary collaboration between two of Asia’s leading chef talents - Wilfrid Hocquet
Garima Arora HERE
Garima Arora’s New Breakfast Restaurant is HERE
Garima Arora, the first Indian female chef to be awarded a Michelin star, has opened a new restaurant, based on the traditional Indian canteen, in Bangkok.
Cotes by Mauro Colagreco Bangkok
Mauro Colagreco Opens New Restaurant Côte in Bangkok
Chef Mauro Colagreco opens his new restaurant Cotes in Bangkoko, Thailand
Sweet Batel leaf Dish by Garima Arora
Garima Arora's Inspirational Dishes
Taste with your eyes some of the best creations of chef Arora from Gaa in Bangkok, the first Indian female chef in the world to be awarded a Michelin star.
The Peak Chefs
The Peak Pop Up
“The Peak”, an intimate pop-up countertop restaurant created by Swiss star chef Andreas Caminada arrives at Jojo at 
Chef Gaggan Anand
Gaggan Anand Drops Mic on Bangkok Restaurant
The famous chef has walked away from his two Michelin star eponymous restaurant in Bangkok over a dispute with business partners.
Bangkok, a Tasting Tour with Gaggan Anand
Bangkok is a non-stop city that boasts one of the most exciting food scenes in the entire world, attracting adventurous eaters for years