Kai Thort Jay Kee
Named after the Buddha's place of birth in Nepal, Lumphini Park is the best way to escape Bangkok without leaving town. Shady paths, a...
100 Tonson Gallery
Housed in a spacious residential villa, and generally regarded as one of the city’s top commercial galleries, 100 Tonson hosts a variety...
Named for its location in the middle of the embassy district, this is one of the few hotel lounges that locals make a point of visiting....
This Bangkok institution combines old-school atmosphere with an even older-school menu.
Lonely Planet review
This Cinderella of a former street stall has become virtually synonymous with fried chicken. Although the sôm đam (green papaya salad), sticky rice and lâhp (spicy ‘salad’ of minced meat) give the impression of a northeastern Thai-style eatery, the restaurant’s namesake deep-fried bird is more southern in origin. Regardless, smothered in a thick layer of crispy deep-fried garlic, it is none other than a truly Bangkok experience.