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Michelin Winner ‘Kam’s Roast’ from Hong Kong Opens in Bangkok

BANGKOK — The Cantonese roast franchise Kam’s Roast makes its debut in Bangkok this week, just in time for Chinese New Year.

Burmese Restaurant in Bangkok Promotes Anti-Coup Activism

BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — As expatriates from Myanmar around the world react to the military’s lightning takeover of their homeland, one restaurant in neighboring Thailand is working a diner at a time to help support members of Bangkok’s Myanmar community who want to take action against Monday’s coup.

‘Sushiro’ Coming to Bangkok… But Will They Keep 100JPY Pricing?

BANGKOK — A popular sushi chain from Japan will open in Bangkok next month, the company said Thursday.

Pizza Company Unveils Pizza Without Pizza

BANGKOK — First things first, this is not an April Fool's story.

Virus Restrictions: Gov’t to Debate Extending Dine-In Hours

BANGKOK— Dine-in services may be soon extended beyond the current closure time of 9pm mandated by the government’s coronavirus response center, pending a Cabinet approval.

Team of Isaan Women Wins Michelin Star for Thai Restaurant in Belgium

Knokke-Heist, BELGIUM — Five women from the northeastern region of Thailand won a global recognition earlier this week for their commitment to serving authentic...

Arai Wa? Restaurateurs Left Confused by Virus Restriction Order

BANGKOK — The restaurant industry was barely making a recovery from the semi-lockdown imposed in early 2020 amid the coronavirus outbreak. It may have to suffer again.

Bangkok to Ban Dine-In Services From 9pm to 6am

BANGKOK — Starting from tomorrow, restaurants in the capital will be banned from offering a dine-in service to customers at certain hours in a bid to curb the coronavirus epidemic, the City Hall announced on Monday.

This ‘Green’ Indian Chef Is Feeding Fine Diners and Homeless in Pandemic

BANGKOK — Collected rainwater freshens a kitchen garden full of curry leaves and mint, harvested by migrant employee hands just before dinner. The herbs will be used to season the courses of a fine dining menu, as well as food packages for the destitute.
Chatthamon Singtankong and her husband Sakorn Kumpapan of Krua Muang Petch restaurant.

Cooking Up Kindness: The Eateries Who Offer Free Meals to Migrant Workers

SAMUT PRAKAN — Chatthamon Singtankong was taking a stroll at a market in her neighborhood when she overheard a food vendor refusing to sell to a migrant worker.

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