Back to basics with standard booze, daily live music and good ol’ Thai drinking food.
Opened just a week before Songkran, this bar goes back to basics with standard booze, daily live music and good ol’ Thai drinking food.
The decor is industrial—bare red bricks, exposed ceiling, vintage bulbs—while the short food menu turns out pretty tasty dishes like the deep-fried king mackerel with spicy mango salad (B170), fresh prawn in spicy dressing (B160) and yum sam krob (crispy fish salad, B140).
Stick to bottle sharing with some Johnnie Walker Black Label (B2,100/1liter) or your old friend Sangsom (B290/375ml).
Music is another highlight. During regular hours, the owner plays his collection of old Thai 90s tunes, while every evening live bands perform a mix of Thai and international covers. On Monday and Wednesday nights, you'll see familiar faces from the Stu-Fe family, The Bucket and Kingkong.