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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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Nestled down a small alley connecting Charoenkrung Soi 43 and 45, Outlaw is an absolute hidden gem—and another reason this hip neighborhood is finally firming as a foodie favorite. 

French chef-owner Romain Guiot draws on his extensive travels and kitchen experience to offer comforting dishes elevated by quality ingredients, many of which are imported. 

Watch him in action in the very open kitchen, with just a tiny wooden bar between it and the diners. There he whips up everything from goat cheese salad (B260) and pasta (from B220) to Argentinian tenderloin steak with truffle mash potato (B550). 

Guiot also works with local producers like Holey Bakery for his bread, made into tartine (open-faced sandwich, from B250), and Charun 13 Brewery for craft beer (B180).

We also like that the honest good food is matched by a creative yet cozy interior that features reused materials like old window frames and school desks.

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Phone: 090-021-2111
Outlaw, 415 Charoen Krung Soi 45, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

Tue-Fri 10am-2pm; Sat-Sun 5-10:30pm

Cuisine:

Western

Open Since:

December, 2016
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