Chinatown welcomes a bar dedicated to Japanese plum wine.
From the owner of too-cute Nahim Cafe on Yaowarat’s Soi Nana comes a clandestine sister spot dedicated to Japan’s syrupy liquor umeshu.
Shuu Shuu is a teensy, neon speakeasy on the ground floor of Pieces Cafe & Bed.
Five umeshu varieties are on the menu, starting with the rotating 101 (B100), an introductory, easy-to-down (here, a euphemism for very sweet) umeshu. Up from there is the premium-grade and noticeably more tangy stuff, like the 888 Aotan no Yuzushu (B200).
Get in while the bar’s still quiet.
|Address:||Shuu Shuu, Songwat Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||January, 2018|
|Opening hours:||Fri-Sat 7-11pm|
|Nearest train||MRT Hua Lamphong|
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