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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Orn the Road

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    Orn the Road burger truck
One of Bangkok’s burger truck pioneers, Orn the Road, has opened brick-and-mortar outlet.  
 
The kiosk is painted in the brand’s signature orange and serves up the likes of the reliable Orn's burger (from B160), complete with cheddar cheese and a juicy beef or pork patty, Black 'n' Blue Burger (with Cajun spice and blue cheese sauce, from B180) and some seriously good pork satay skewers (B120/10 sticks).
 
The truck still remains on the road, though—see www.fb.com/orntheroadbkk for schedule. 
 
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Phone: 095-628- 0416
Orn the Road, Cubic 63, Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Ekkamai), Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Ekkamai

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sat 5:30pm-midnight

Cuisine:

Burgers

Open Since:

February, 2017
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