Forget designated driver duties, just wobble to the train.
The party atmosphere in this restaurant makes it a great place to taste Greek food. Step inside for hefty lamb shoulders (B1,050 for 220g) cooked for eight hours. A bottle of Singha (B130) will give you some Dutch courage for the dance floor.
120 Sala Daeng Soi 1/1, 062-567-7751. Open Mon-Sat 5pm-midnight; Sun noon-11pm. BTS Sala Daeng
The Fork Eatery
Enjoy international favorites in a comfortable atmosphere. The menu includes wagyu beef pad kaprao with onsen egg (B210), jim jaew pork (B155), Dutch mini-pancakes (B145) and specials like Aussie lamington cake (check for availability). Singha bottles start from B90.
365/9 Soi Phaya Nak, Phayathai Rd., 086-842-4426. Open Tue-Sun 9am-8pm. BTS Ratchathewi
Sky Train Jazz Bar
It’s long, steep climb to the top, but Skytrain Jazz’s rooftop location makes for a wonderfully urban feel. Munch on pub grub as the BTS rattles past, basking in the pale light of Century’s giant marquee. Singha beer is available from B145.
6/F, 6 Rangnam Rd., 02-640-0303. Open daily 5pm-1am. BTS Victory Monument
Stone and Star
Opulence meets Thai street food. Floor-to-ceiling windows, chrome columns, and dark brown furniture, plus classic tastes with twists and live jazz bands. Singha sets you back just B350/jug with a buy-two-get-one-free promotion.
7 Soi Chidlom Rd., 02-255-4079. Open daily noon-midnight. BTS Chit Lom
A favorite spot of locals for an after-work burrito and beer. The vivid decor here is a nice backdrop for flavorful quesadillas and filling tacos. The burritos come with luscious sour cream and tender steak, and go perfectly with a bottle of Singha (B105).
888/25-26 Phloen Chit Rd., 02- 650-9581. Open Mon-Fri 11am-11pm; Sat-Sun 10am-11pm. BTS Phloen Chit
With colorful beer crates for seats and hanging Japanese lanterns, this is certainly one for the ‘gram. Wash down a range of sushi, yakitori and tempura with reasonably-priced Singha bottles (B98).
155/1 Sukhumvit Soi 21, 02-661-6202. Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-2pm; daily 5pmmidnight. BTS Asoke
Well known for its giant racks of ribs in proper barbecue sauce (B390), and the happy hour promotion which lets you enjoy Singha draft beer at B99 while watching a big match on the large flatscreen TVs.
Room 597-597/1-3, P.B Building, Sukhumvit Soi 33/1, 02-662- 3390. Open daily 9am-midnight. BTS Phrom Phong
Chu Restaurant and Bar
Head upstairs to discover an extravagant dining space where you can fill up on Chinese dishes such as Hokkien noodles with seafood (B190). Singha bottles are available from B110.
1/4 Sukhumvit Soi 49, 061-056-5636. Open daily 11am-midnight. BTS Thong Lo
Enjoy 180-degree views of Ekamai and continent-spanning dishes with playful global flavors. such as African harissa chilispiced pork ribs (B529). The drink menu includes Singha bottles (from B120).
6/F, THA City Loft Hotel, Ekamai Soi 6, 094-516-6663. Open Tue-Sun 5pm-midnight. BTS Ekkamai
Located in the basement of Landmark Bangkok hotel, Huntsman boasts all the trimmings of a cozy British pub—a dark wood-paneled bar, chesterfield-style booths and large TV screens blaring sportscasts. Food follows the same gist: carb-heavy pub grub that goes great with beer. Stab into a juicy cottage pie (B350) or Cumberland bangers and mash (B380) while knocking back a pint of Singha draft (B250).
G/F, 138 The Landmark Bangkok Hotel, Sukhumvit Rd., 02-254-0404. Open daily 11:30-2am. BTS Nana
With warm decor that combines gentlemen’s club accents with a concrete backbone, Older presides over fusion food like the sun-dried kurobuta pork (B180), Thai-style salmon pate (B280) and pasta with cod roe (B280). There is also a nightly live band and Singha draft beer (B140/small and B250/large).
212/5 Phahon Yothin Rd., 087-511-4466. Open daily 6pm-midnight. BTS Sanam Pao
Nestled down a narrow lane, this small shophouse has all the hallmarks of a chill café by day, but with ample space for dancing and a large liquor shelf to help things get nicely raucous at night. Food-wise you’re looking at a mix of heavy pub food (fish and chips, a steal at B120) and burgers (try the signature Jamburger with locally sourced beef and red wine relish, B120). A soothing bottle of Singha will set you back just B100.
41 Charoen Rat Soi 1, 089-889-8059. Open Tue-Sun 6pm-midnight. BTS Surasak
Fairy lights and a large neon red “Dumbo” sign light up the mishmash of chairs overlooking the BTS, as guests munch on pastas (from B220) and Cheezy Lava Burgers (beef/pork, B320/250). Head out to the concrete rooftop for rowdy live bands to enjoy with cold drinks. Bottles of Singha are available for B120.
490/5 Paholyothin Rd., 094-560-7222. Open Mon-Sat 5pm-midnight. BTS Saphan Kwai
Located just a short walk from BTS Wongwianyai station (, the cafe-slash-bar serves hearty fusion food like kao khai khon tom yum goong (a creamy omelet on rice with sour tom yum sauce, B159) and french fries made of crab sticks (B79). A Singha bottle will set you back B120.
38 Krung Thonburi Rd., 089-889-4464. Open 4pm-1am. BTS Wongwianyai
This shophouse stakes out its space in leafy Sathorn Soi 11 with affordable, home-style Korean recipes and a friendly atmosphere. Try the fluffy kimchi fried rice (B395) with gooey cheese and chili for kick. The restaurant’s modest drink list includes Singha bottles from B120.
50-52 Sathorn Soi 11, 081-881-7767. Open daily 11am-10pm. BTS Chong Nonsi