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What’s new in Bangkok this month?

by Shradha Aswani

All the latest openings you need to know about this Feb!

NEW FRENCH BRASSERIE (pictured above)

Located on the first floor of Siam Paragon, Underhound is the newest F&B offering in the popular and ubiquitous Greyhound franchise, and its focus is on artistic French cuisine with a modern twist. The restaurant takes you in a timeless journey through its unique food preparations, aesthetic ambience, and prompt service. From Gillardeau oysters to Truffle choux cream, it offers everything you would expect from a fine-dining experience, and more.

Instagram: @underhoundrestaurant


Dosan Dalmatian, the famous restaurant from Apgujeong-dong, Seoul, has now opened a four-storey, all-day-brunch branch in Bangkok’s Siam Square. It boasts plenty of spacious seating arrangements with Dalmatian-themed décor on the second and third-floor, with a cute rooftop for your furry friends, who need to be carried until the fourth floor. This pet-friendly spot also offers a healthy mix of Korean and Western dishes such as their Apple salad fountain or their signature Korean beef steak, served with spicy salad and fries.

Instagram: @dalmatianth


A Bangkok-based delivery service since 2018, Pranaa Food, the world-famous chain of plant-based offerings, has opened a sit-down eatery in Sukhumvit. Located in Soi 39, the restaurant offers oil-free and wholesome food, and a green dine-in space for friends and family to enjoy a range of Indian and Thai dishes. The menu is comprehensive and detailed, with labels clearly describing what to fi nd in each food item, and staff members who are happy to help you find whatever suits your dietary requirements, with a smile.

Instagram: @pranaafood


Verde Thailand is a new cafe and art-gallery located on Sukhumvit Soi 26 in Bangkok, led by head-chef Stuart Nombluez of Vistro and Haoma fame. The menu features Mediterranean and Nordic-inspired dishes, while their gallery features rotational exhibitions and a retail space for clothes and shoes. Their ethos is built around being organic wherever possible, and the space is pet-friendly. From freshly grilled Steak and potatoes to Dip platters and Chicken gyros, the menu offers a range of healthy, non-restrictive options which are a great addition to Bangkok’s lifestyle space.

Instagram: @verde.thailand

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