Give it a swirl.
Hidden down a secluded soi off Thonglor, this bar is basically a Japanese hipster’s wet dream—super-cool without even trying.
Two vintage motorbikes mark the entrance. Duck inside the low door frame and you’ll be greeted by a soundtrack of achingly hip world music and a homely setting of couches and other mix-and-match furnishings.
The well-stocked wooden bar is manned by a smiling Japanese man who whips up house specialties like the Do Do Shot (B120), a mix of vodka, olive, tabasco sauce and lime juice.
Some of the city’s most creative names have taken over the DJ booth here, playing low-key, after-hours sets to punters on the petite dance floor.
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