Ekamai has an outstanding collection of varied ethnic eateries to suit all tastes as well as budgets. While the neighbourhood is known for its high prices and upscale spots, especially at eateries like The Garret, which does American fusion and comfort food, or its sister restaurant up on a rooftop, the Italian Fuzio, you can also go to the other extreme, with outstanding and cheap northern Thai dishes like khao soi curried noodles or hang lay Shan pork belly curry at Hom Duan. Good Isan northeastern grilled chicken, papaya salad, and plenty of good cheer can be found at the giant Sabai Jai Gai Yang, which has been on Ekamai for ages. There are plenty of other options here as well. One of Bangkok's only and certainly best Greek restaurants, Olive, has found home in an old house here, and when it comes to Japanese, Ekamai is no slouch either, with some of the finest fresh sashimi cuts and sushi rolls to be found in the city at Tororo and Honmono. There are also large burgers and excellent brunch servings at the classy Hugo Bar & Eatery, and for some of the city's best coffee pour overs or flat whites, head to One Ounce for Onion, where you can also get panini sandwiches or waffles with smoked bacon. For its varied cuisine of all types, Ekamai is well worth exploring.