BANGKOK — Blackwood café couldn’t have chosen a worse time to open its doors.
PATHUM THANI — A coffee shop to the northwest of Bangkok has been serving cups of joe since the time Thailand was still a country called Siam, bustling merchants hawked their wares from canals, and much of the capital did not have running water.
BANGKOK — Thailand’s former national airline launched a street food stall at its office on Silom Road selling pa tong go, or deep fried dough fritters, in a bid to make money as the company goes through bankruptcy habilitation.
BANGKOK — “Want any grilled chicken and som tum today?” Auntie Yao calls out to familiar faces walking down the street as motorcycle taxi drivers fuel up on grilled drumsticks and plates of pungent fermented papaya salad at her stall.
BANGKOK — Idle for months now due to coronavirus impacts on international flights and in the middle of a bitter bankruptcy rehabilitation, Thai Airways switches to the landing gear and opens a restaurant instead.
BANGKOK — Put a crown on your favorite “jay” street food vendor by casting your ballot from today until the Vegetarian Festival in October.
BANGKOK — Lounge in millennial pink seats surrounded by Monstera plants and birds of paradise while gazing over the Bangkok skyline at this new, aesthetic rooftop bar in the city center.
BANGKOK — Don’t you miss chomping on in-flight meals while flying? Of course you do! Tired of choosing between “Chicken or fish?” Pick both!
BANGKOK — Due to the coronavirus-induced economic crunch, it may be time to spend less on coffee – and here’s one place where you get what you pay for.
BANGKOK — Boiled pork blood with innards soup with rice at ‘Lek Luead Mu’ near Saphan Kwai intersection is one of the oldest and best in Bangkok.