Ekkamai is located just past Thonglor on the main stretch of Sukhumvit road. It’s not as concentrated with dining and drinking venues, but there are several gems hidden in this area. The best thing about these establishments is their originality, which is something that seems to get lost through franchising. Here in Ekkamai you can enjoy the wonderful aspects of independently run businesses that are free from the corporate bind that kills creativity by simply reproducing too much of the same thing.
We’ve hand-picked some awesome, one-of-a-kind spots for you to enjoy a nice meal or drinks with friends such as Hot Rod, designed by the illustrious Ashley Sutton whose left his fingerprints all over Bangkok. Hot Rod serves affordable Thai food in tapas style that’s great for sharing so make sure you go there in a group. For a more intimate and romantic setting for two, the restaurant’s name says it all – In The Mood For Love offers the best of Japanese cuisine in a Shanghai-styled interior that seems to have come straight out of the Wong Kar-Wai movie.
IN the mood for LOVE Sushi Bar & Bistro
Taste the Authentic Sushi, enjoy drinking with friends and be prepared to get sunk into the Love Mood. Ekkamai 1, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: 02 392 8477
Hot Rod: Thai-Tapas- Gastropub
Serves up the best of Thai street food–the fiery flavors and irresistible aromas–in an exotic setting designed by Ashley Sutton.
G/F, Park Lane, Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Soi Ekkamai), Bangkok, Thailand Tel: 02 714 2575
Tuba is like no other bar in Thailand. A furniture showroom, restaurant, and bar gallery. Offers Thai dishes and western classic fare. One of the longest cocktail lists in the city, Tuba feels more like close friend’s house than a bar and restaurant. You will love taking shots here.
One Ounce for Onion
Hidden in a sub soi of Ekamai Soi 12, this Idie, boutique restaurant is a perfect for your easy day. 19/12 Ekkamai12, Sukhumvit 63 Rd., Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand
Menu created by Brave Roasters, yummy dishes included Chorizo and baked eggs are served with toasted croissant slices on a chopping board.
19/12 Ekkamai Soi 12, Bangkok, Thailand Tel: 6621166076
Counting Sheep Corner Ekkamai
2-storey café that’s just so easy to fall in love with. Friendly environment, tasty food, good coffee, cool music and a positive vibe
26/1 Soi Sukhumvit 61, Ekkamai, Sukhumvit RD, Khlongtan Nuer, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: 02 714 4477
A trio of guys with a love of epic beers joined forces to launch Thailand’s first craft beer bar and change the beer scene forever in Asia. The bar is creatively designed, offers more than 200 craft only products and a ton of exclusive epic beers.
26 Ekkamai 10 Yaek 2, Phra Khanong Nuae Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand Tel: 02 381 9891
A.R Sutton & Co. Engineers Siam.
A beautiful colonial sophisticated bar, designed by Ashley Sutton whom also design Iron Fairies, Mr. Jones’s Orphanage, and Maggie Choo’s. Service is top notch and great options menu for your dating.
G/F, Park Lane Ekkamai, Sukhumvit Soi 63, Bangkok, Thailand
Photo Cr. Candi Panyangarm
Not just a place to be seen, but lots of great options for Thai dishes. The place is good for group private party, or hang out with good friends.
Ekamai 21 Above Y50 next to TUBA, Bangkok, Thailand 10110 Tel: 02-108-9550, 083 272 2210 or 084 452 5233
The restaurant with entertainment. Popular for locals. The atmosphere is stylish and spacious with dark wood dominating and creating a relaxed ambience. The decor
design inspired from movie Hugo. Stylish restaurant with live music.
39 Ekamai 10 Sukhumvit 63, Bangkok, Thailand Tel: 02 713 1292
Bourbon Street Restaurant and Oyster Bar in Soi 63 Ekamai
Bangkok’s only 100% owned and operated American restaurant with the specialty of the house being famous Louisiana “Cajun/Creole” dishes such as Boiled “Live” Crawfish, Blackened Redfish, Jambalaya, Gumbo, Blackened Crab Cakes and many more “New Orleans” favorites.
Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Ekamai)
Tel: 02 381 6801-3