EDITOR PICKS - OCTOBER 2018

EDITOR'S PICKS OF THE MONTH - OCTOBER 2018

We don't remember a time when there were so many new restaurants opening in Bangkok, with exciting new concepts and ideas arriving every week.

Taking a look around at some of the latest this month, we visited a new Greek restaurant, Aesop's, one of the very few in the city, and with its plate smashing fun, a perfect venue for a night out.

We visited Brasserie 9 for some good French food, the restaurant being housed in one of the few gracious old mansions left on Sathorn Road. Our visit to the new NoName steakhouse in Gaysorn Village revealed a reasonably priced restaurant serving premium quality steak. 

We caught up with old friend Francesco Lenzi, owner of the ultra successful Lenzi, and sampled his new restaurant Nonna Nella, in All Seasons Place. And we found Osito, a lovely little hideaway owned by the ebullient Billy Bautista, serving Latin tapas - Spanish and Mexican.

As ever, we shall continue seeking out the new restaurants as and when they open. Have fun!

Aesop's
Aesop's

Greek taverna owned by an Australian-Greek family and serving authentic food in a plate-smashing party atmosphere.

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Brasserie 9
Brasserie 9

French fine dining in a sumptuous old house that along with the dining room has a bar, a wine cellar, a cigar divan, and a large private room.

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NONAME - Steak Seafood Tapas
Noname - Steak Seafood Tapas

A steakhouse whose core menu is flat iron cuts of steak with a range of exotic toppings, along with rib eye and fillet cuts, all served at affordable prices.

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Nonna Nella
Nonna Nella

A new venture by Francesco Lenzi, patron chef of the extremely successful Lenzi Italian restaurant, focusing on pizza and homemade pasta and occupying a prominent location in All Seasons Place.

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Osito
Osito

Latin tapas and Spanish paella served along with a substantial list of cocktails and wines in an informal setting at Mahatun Plaza.

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