Bangkok’s Hot Tables – New Restaurants


Here is our pick of the five hottest new restaurants open in Bangkok.

Story & Photos by Laurence Civil & Wanida Tardivel 


A playful and informal dining experience of modern European flavours with an Asian edge. Chefs Pongcharn ‘Top’ Russell and Pastry Chef Michelle Goh have opted to present their menu Thai designed for sharing, the local way to dine at Mia. Full details 

30 Attha Kawi 1 (Sukhumvit Soi 26)
Tel + 66 (0) 98 862 9659
Facebook @miarestaurantthailand
Instagram @miarestaurantthailand
Open Tuesday to Sunday 6pm -12midnight (last orders 10.30pm)

Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar 

A modern brasserie that features a menu of sophisticated Western and Asian Dishes created by Executive Chef Joshua Cameron. The dishes are ingredient-driven emphasising accessibility and bold flavours. The menu is divided into snacks, hot and cold appetisers, mains larger plates, sides and desserts. Full details

114 Narathiwas Road
Tel + 66 (0) 2677-8722
Open daily 5pm to 1pm

NanBei is Bangkok first new-generation Chinese fine dining restaurant. Two kitchens one restaurant Peking Duck from the north and succulent seafood run by five Chinese Chef who has never left their motherland before coming to this restaurant. Full details


19th Floor Rosewood
1041/38 Ploen Chit Road
Bangkok 10330

Baltic Blunos

To the best of our knowledge the first Latvian fine dining restaurant in Bangkok. Created by Martin Blunos the two Michelin star chef of his former restaurant Lettonie in Bristol, England. His Baltic Crossover is a culinary journey of discovery to see how the earth, rough and fresh elements of Latvian cuisine have been interpreted using the fresh fine Thai ingredients. Full details

Thonglor Soi 9
Tel +66 (0) 2117-1255 or +66 (0) 95 879 9075

Enoteca’s Rebirth  

It isn’t a new restaurant, it opened since December 2004. However,  their latest “Tu vuo’ fa’ l’Americano’ summer menu made the place rebirth gain. It is a native Italian re-interpreting non-native Italian dishes. They have the essential elements to have been misunderstood as coming from the motherland but would be virtually impossible to find back home in Italy. Nicola Bonazza can always be relied on to come up with the unexpected and give a playful twist even to the most simple of dishes. Full details 


Soi Sukhumvit 27
Tel +66 (0) 2258-4386
Open daily 6pm-12 midnight
Facebook @EnotecaBangkok
Instagram @enoteca_bangkok