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7 new Bangkok restaurants to try this September

As much as we love going to our long-time favourites and neighbourhood establishments, Bangkok’s foodies are a fast-moving bunch, always intrigued by what’s new. Luckily for us, the city’s food scene provides plenty of hot new dining spots to keep us busy — and our stomachs satisfied. From high-profile omakase restaurants to the latest burger joint, here’s a list of the best new Bangkok restaurants to try this month.

Outlaw Creative Cuisine

Outlaw Creative Cuisine

A shophouse that’s been transformed into a cosy restaurant, Outlaw Creative Cuisine offers a fusion of European fare. Red bricks, framed travel photos, and cool graffiti art lend this intimate dining space an easygoing yet edgy vibe. French artist and chef Romain Guiot combines fresh local produce and imported ingredients to curate a selection of fun dishes such as crispy bruschetta topped with spicy tomatoes and beets, and creamy carbonara with duck egg yolk.

Outlaw Creative Cuisine, Soi Charoenkrung 45 Khwaeng Si Phraya, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok, +66 90 021 2111

Sushi Ichizu

Sushi Ichizu Bangkok restaurants

Tucked away in a Japanese-style house in Petchaburi, Sushi Ichizu serves up traditional Edo-style sushi. The sushi bar is led by executive head chef Toda Riku, who was the former sous chef at one-Michelin-starred Sushi Sugita in Tokyo. Bringing 12 years of experience and skilled knife work to Sushi Ichizu, chef Riku offers an exquisite 16-course omakase (THB 8,000). On the menu, you may find lightly touched kinmedai, four-day marinated kohada, and kombu seaweed-cured kasugo. With just 16 seats, reservations are extremely limited, so be sure to book well in advance.

Sushi Ichizu, 1974 Phetchaburi Road, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Khet Huai Khwang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok, +66 65 738 9999

Sushi Niwa

Sushi Niwa

Opened by the same team behind Kouen Sushi Bar, Sushi Niwa offers a luxe alternative to everyday Japanese cuisine. Helmed by the former head chef of Kouen, Somporn Chaibuadaeng, the restaurant has soft opened and is now welcoming guests to experience the 16-course omakase meal, priced at THB 6,500. Watch out for their guest chefs coming in during 30 August–9 September, and try to secure a reservation to try two-Michelin-starred chef Hiroki Nakanoue’s omakase set (THB 10,000++).

Sushi Niwa, 39/5 Soi Ruam Ruedi 2, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, +66 63 456 5656

Sugi Bee Garden Café

Sugi Bee Garden Café

There’s no better way to enjoy the afternoon than by tucking into a warm waffle. For those with a sweet tooth, you’ll definitely want to check out Sugi Bee Garden Café. Originating from Kumamoto prefecture, Sugi has expanded its honey brand to include its very own dessert café in Bangkok. Try Sugi Bee salad with honey dressing or pancakes with crispy bacon, and of course, end the meal with all sorts of sweet treats, from honey-flavoured soft serve to waffles with seasonal berries.

Sugi Bee Garden Café, 232 Silom, Khwaeng Suriya Wong, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok, +66 2 627 2228

Cuisine de Garden 

Cuisine de Garden Bangkok restaurants

A nature-inspired restaurant located in Ekkamai, Cuisine de Garden features a ceiling decked out with tree branches and warm  wood furnishings. Candles and pendant lights provide a warm ambience for Cuisine de Garden’s innovative dishes. The contemporary restaurant first opened in Chiang Mai, and this second branch offers French fare with a subtle Thai touch. Chef Nan, has curated an intriguing 6-course tasting menu (THB 1,590) that showcases her impeccable plating and flavour combinations.

Cuisine de Garden, Ekkamai Soi 2, 12/6 Phatsana, Northern Phrakanong, Wattana, Bangkok, +66 61 626 2816


Bangkok restaurants

Craft beer lovers, you’ll love this new spot. Mash features a wide selection of craft beers on tap and in bottles, as well as a big menu of American favourites. From burgers to succulent barbecue brisket, Mash has got all the comfort food you’ve been craving for. Go for a crispy bacon burger with cheddar and the Devanom IPPO Pale Ale from Stone Head. The roasty malt flavour profile of the IPA will pair nicely with the glorious char on your burger patty.

Mash, 1/3 Soi Convent, Bangrak, Bangkok, +66 89 692 5666

Supanniga Eating Room x Roots Coffee

Supanniga Eating Room x Roots Coffee

The Supanniga Group — the people behind the evening cocktail and Champagne river cruises — has just joined forces with Roots Coffee to open this collaborative project. Supanniga Eating Room x Roots Coffee now offers an unrivalled riverside dining experience with local signature brews. Situated at the end of Soi Penpat 1, the establishment is a two-storey wooden house brimming with bright hues and warm wood décor. On the menu, you’ll find traditional Trat and Khon Kaen cuisines, from ma hor minced pork with tangerine and crushed peanuts and pork stew with red curry.

Supanniga Eating Room x Roots Coffee, 392/25-26 Maha Rat Road, Phraborom Maharajawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok, +66 2 015 4224