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What to do in Bangkok: 30 April – 6 May 2024

There are always exciting events happening every week in the city. Make sure you’re in the know of hot events, and things to do in Bangkok with our weekly round-up. Here’s what to do in Bangkok this 30 April – 6 May 2024.

Bangkok’s heat wave has nothing on you when you’re out supporting local establishments. Apart from those local establishments having great air cons, they’re also inviting a number of international talents to the city. Let’s give them an extra-warm Bangkok welcome as you go out to drink and dine this week.

[Hero and featured image credit: Bar Sathorn]

What to do in Bangkok: 30 April – 6 May 2024

Image credit: Dry Wave Cocktail Studio

Jesse Vida and Gabriel Lowe of Cat Bite Club guest shift at Dry Wave Cocktail Studio

1 May, 7pm onwards

Curiouser and curiouser — all the impossible is made possible at Cat Bite Club, Singapore. Jesse Vida and Gabriel Lowe are coming over to offer their warm hospitality that just happens to go amazingly well with the refreshing drinks they’re making. Reservations recommended if you want the bar seats, but be sure to join in on the fun nonetheless.

You can find more information at Dry Wave Cocktail Studio.

Image credit: Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok

Chef Pinyo Phetyoi’s new four-course set menu at Greenhouse Restaurant

1 May – 30 June, 11.30am-11pm

Inspired by his travels in the US and the UK, Chef Pinyo Phetyoi presents a new four-course international menu that brings the flavours of the world into one sitting. Start with a salad with Oscietra caviar, passionfruit, and truffles. Then, the Jerusalem artichoke as the soup course will dazzle any diners. The main course entails a choice between Australian beef tenderloin or the king salmon, and the meal ends with a refreshing parfait with yuzu jelly.

You can find more information at Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok.

Image credit: W Bangkok

“Call of the Cardamoms” charity dinner, exhibition, and afternoon tea at The House on Sathorn

Dinner on 2 May, afternoon tea on 1 May – 31 July

In collaboration with Shinta Mani Hotels and the Shinta Mani Foundation, “Call of the Cardamoms” invites guests to dine for a good cause. On May 2, Pai’s Executive Chef Joe Weeraket joins hands with Cambodian culinary expert Chanrith Van, Executive Chef of Shinta Mani Angkor and Bensley Collection Pool Villas, to present a 10-course plant-based charity dinner. Until 31 June, a special afternoon tea inspired by Bill Bensley’s collection is served in the garden. A portion of the proceeds go directly to conserve the Cardamom Rainforests, home to lush wildlife.

You can find more information at W Bangkok.

Image credit: The St. Regis Bangkok

Chef David Hartwig and Lae Lay’s Executive Chef Christian Herrgesell four-hands dinner at IGNIV Bangkok

2 May, 6pm onwards

The pristine waters of Krabi hold wonders for the kitchen. Combine those with the skilful hands of two maaestros, and you have a dinner to get excited about. Executive Chef Christian Herrgesell of Lae Lay, at Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is coming to to collaborate with Chef David Hartwig‘s modern Swiss flair for one day only. Reservations needed, with optional pairings available.

You can find more information at IGNIV Bangkok.

Image credit: Bar Sathorn

Fabio Fanni of Locale Firenze guest shift at Bar Sathorn

4 May, 7-11pm

Florence’s Locale Firenze bar stands tall at No. 46 on the World’s 50 Best Bars 2023, No. 31 on Top 500 Bars 2023. It’s famous for minimalist yet alluring drinks. Let Bar Manager Fabio Fanni showcase why they’re so well-respected in the industry, and beloved by the community as he works behind the bar for one night only.

You can find more information at Bar Sathorn.

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Chef Bryan of Capos Hanoi brunch takeover at Gigi Dining Hall & Bar

4-5 May, 11.30am-5pm

Latin tapas for brunch always sound like good vibes. Bryan of Capos, a Spanish tapas bar in Hanoi, will be taking over the brunch programme at Gigi – Dining Hall & Bar for two days. Bring some friends and let yourself be transported to La Isla Bonita.

You can find more information at Gigi – Dining Hall & Bar.

Image credit: Keller/Facebook

Keller pop-up at The Chef Lab, Unicorn Bangkok

Until 14 May, 6pm and 8.30pm

Chef Mirco Keller is beloved for his innovative European cuisine with Asian flair. As he’s moving to a new venue, he’s doing to pop-up at The Chef Lab for a limited time. Savour a nine-course Keller experience with full view of the open kitchen where Chef Mirco will happily explain his creations.

You can find more information at Keller.

Image credit: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

Margaret river wagyu limited-time menus at Goji Kitchen + Bar

3-12 May, available for brunch, lunch, and dinner

Expertly cut from Japanese black wagyu cattle sustainably raised in the lush plains of Western Australia, Margaret river wagyu is much-appreciated for gorgeous flavours and beautiful marbling. Have it cooked a la minute, a full T-bone to share, slow-braised, turned into a kaprao, and more. These limited-time menus are not to be missed for meat enthusiasts.

You can find more information at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park.

What to do in Bangkok: 30 April – 6 May 2024

Vichayuth Chantan

Digital Writer, Drinks and Dining

Writer by day and skinny legend by night, Vichayuth focuses on the hospitality industry of Thailand. You'll often find him at a bar finding new friends, discovering new drinks, and silently judging you from across the room.

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