For foodies who need some extra inspiration to keep their inner food geek going this week, we’ve got you covered.

Bangkok’s culinary establishments constantly feed the city with new dishes, new menus, new dining concepts, and bold pop-ups to keep us food buffs energised and excited. Here’s what’s new in the Bangkok dining scene that will sure enliven your jaded appetite in no time.

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Punjab Grill Bangkok

Apart from their stellar Sunday Brunch, Punjab Grill Bangkok has now come up with new tasting menus (veg and non-veg) curated by Chef Bharath S.Bhat. The Vegetarian Tasting Menu (THB 990++ per person) features six classic-gone-inventive Indian dishes (think Donut Samosa Chaat and crêpes suzette-like malpua) packed with so strong a punch you won’t even think that any meat is missing. But for carnivores, dive right into the Non-Vegetarian Tasting Menu (THB 1,499++ per person) and relish the six stellar dishes, highlighting tiger prawn, New Zealand lamb and more.

Punjab Grill Bangkok,23/2-3 Sukhumvit 13, Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit, Bangkok, +662 645 4952; Open: Mon-Sat, 6-11:30 pm; Sun: 12-3 pm for brunch and 6-11:30 for dinner.

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If pungency and real-big flavours of Thai food are your game, then Celadon should be your go-to. The all-new a la carte menu will enliven your taste buds with classic Thai regional dishes represented in a new, contemporary light. Must-tries include Kanom Bueng Bolan Sai Goong Luang (THB 650), Khao Keapp Paal Mor Bolan (THB 550), Ped Thod Nhangkrob Sauce Makham (THB 650) and Gaeng Khua Nuea Poo Bai Chakram (THB 1,100). If you’re more into a fine dining experience, the all-new tasting menu at Celadon (THB 2,900++ per person for 9 courses and THB 2,200++ per person for 6 courses) comes with a medley of succulent dishes touched with Thai elegance.

Celadon, The Sukhothai Bangkok, South Sathorn Road, +662 344 8888; Open: Mon-Sun, 12-3 pm for lunch and 6-11:30 pm for dinner.

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Dine for a good cause at Haoma. On 28 October, Chef Deepanker “DK” Khosla will join hands with Chef Phanuphon “Black” Bulsuwan to host the Blackitch Artisan Kitchen x Haoma #NOONEHUNGRY Charity Dinner featuring a Thai and Indian-inspired menu. The goal is to raise funds for Haoma’s charity campaign which aims to provide free meals to workers and families affected by the virus outbreak. Every dinner ticket sold for this event means 20 free meals to those who are in need.

Haoma, 231/3 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Toei Nuea, Bangkok, +662 258 4744

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World Gourmet Festival 21

Following the success of over 20 previous World Gourmet festivals, the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is back bigger and bolder, despite the pandemic. The 21st edition will be showcasing Thailand’s culinary gems through a lineup of decorated Thailand-based chefs such as Chef Gaggan Anand, Chef Andy Ricker, Chef Vichit Mukura, Chef Amerigo Sesti, and more, along with the hotel’s own talented chefs. The culinary spectacle will offer five-starred meals created by the renowned chefs from across the country, from 4-8 November 2020. Check the dining pop-up schedule here.

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, 155 Rajadamri Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, +662 126 8866

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Hungry for a “TastED” talk all about food and environment? Bo.lan’s newest project entitled “Bo.lan Educational Program” is a platform to educate and showcase the perhaps-forgotten connection between food and environment, explaining the production, history, and flavour profiles of food, one item at a time. As for the first edition, Bo.lan kicks it off with a fish sauce workshop where Chef Duangporn (Bo) Songvisava will walk you through a Fish Sauce 101 class. She will be explaining how the fermented sauce came about, detail its production, cooking tips, and even offer a blind tasting of fish sauce sourced from different regions of Thailand. A must-visit for foodies.

Bo.lan, 24 Soi Sukhumvit 53, Klongtonnua, Bangkok, +662 260 2962

Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.