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Vincent’s Restaurant and the 7 Rooms – Soi Ngam Duphli

www.vincentsbangkok.com Good Location! If you are looking for a convenient friendly boutique hotel which combines comfortable accommodation with good service, Vincent’s Restaurant & The 7 Rooms is where you want to stay. Vincent has included excellent Thai meals as well as several international selected specials on his restaurant menu. ...

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Mali Restaurant – Sathorn Soi 1

43 Soi Sathorn 1 and the telephone is 286-7311 Ext. 171. This is a really friendly place that I am sure you’ll love. The food is great. A mixture of Thai fusion with Western influence. The staff are always smiling and happy to serve you. The owner is gay, so the whole place is gay friendly. The place has a small terrace at the street side with four tables where you can watch football or Thai soap operas. Th ...

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Maison Chin Restaurant – Soi Gotche off Soi Sala Daeng

www.maisonchin.com If you fancy a really upmarket, fine dining experience, you can’t do better than Ken Hom’s Bangkok Restaurant and at Maison Chin is where East meets West. In Ken’s own words: “At Maison Chin, we work together to bring a style of cooking that is a natural blending of cuisines of the Asia and Europe that reflects the tasty multi-cultural experience of Bangkok today. We will strive to deligh ...

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Eat Me Restaurant – Soi Pipat 2

www.eatmerestaurant.com This is a very modern, upmarket restaurant. They provide a range of dishes and cuisine styles, ranging from pan-seared Alaska scallops to Indian Kedgeree. The prices are good for what you get and the setting is nice. For a treat, this place is high on the list. They frequently have art exhibitions here. Not hard to find. Go down convent and look for the Soi Pipat 2. (Soi Pipat 2 is o ...

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Coyote Mexican Restaurant and Margarita Bar – Soi Convent

www.coyoteonconvent.com Coyote is a stylish Margarita Bar and Mexican Restaurant. They serve over 75 different kinds of Margaritas and have a staggering “wall of flame” for you to try out their 50 different hot sauces! Well worth a visit if you fancy something different. Easy to find – on the left hand side as you’re walking down convent, and not too far down. ...

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Telephone Pub – Silom Soi 4

www.telephonepub.com The oldest gay pub & restaurant in Thailand. Since 1987 people have been saying, “Meet you at Telephone.” The reasons are simple: it is centrally located, the drinks are competitively priced, the food is great and the atmosphere is full of fun. Cruise with the internal house phones. You’ll catch up with old friends and make new ones. Telephone, it truly is the Heart of Gay Bangkok. ...

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Tapas Room Club – Silom Soi 4

www.tapasroom.net  The Tapas Room Club is a homely place with a range of music that will suit everyone’s taste. On the second floor the DJ’s turn up the beat and on the roof, there’s a room for a private party.Once you’ve been there you’ll want to go back! ...

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Sugar Bowl Restaurant – Silom Soi 4

www.silomsoi4.net Sugar Bowl is a small venue for simple and soulful cuisine. The kitchen is experimental and eclectic in order to reflect our regional and worldwide fusion of influence. They offer international cuisine and Thai fusion food in season. it’s tasty, well priced and I like it! Open evenings till late. ...

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Sphinx – Silom Soi 4

www.silomsoi4.net In the very heart of Bangkok, Sphinx is one of the city’s most popular restaurants, and the winner of several awards, offering Regional Sphinx Restaurant and Bar lies at the end of Bangkok’s Silom Soi 4, its Royal Thai Cuisine and tradition of fine dining has made it a famed local eatery. The Sphinx restaurant on Bangkok’s Silom Soi 4 combines the creative charm of the Palm Court and a pia ...

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Spanish on 4 – Silom Soi 4

www.tapascafebangkok.com Tapas Cafe was the first authentic Spanish tapas bar in Bangkok. It is not a Spanish theme bar, but a modern innovative tapas bar serving both traditional and modern tapas dishes. There are no upturned sherry barrels and no bullfight posters on the walls. The interior is strikingly modern with exposed concrete beams, a light airy feel and comfortable informal furniture. Music is an ...

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Maxis Bar and Restaurant – Soi Twilight

www.maxisbar.com This is a friendly, cosy and classy and bar and restaurant located in the centre of Bangkok’s busy nightlife scene. Maxis is a great place to relax on a special night and enjoy a wide range of food and drink from early evening until late am. Special Thai food and Western food by trained chefs with friendly waiters and bar service. It is in Soi Pratuchai (formerly Soi Twilight) with the best ...

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G Play – Silom Soi 4

New art gallery in the heart of Silom Soi 4. Interesting paintings for sale at interesting prices. However they are well worth looking at if you go in there. It sells Non-alcoholic drinks & sandwiches downstairs, a tattoo shop on the 2nd floor and a leather shop on the 3rd floor !!! So depending on what your fancy is, is which floor you end up on. ...

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For Fun – Silom Soi 4

www.silomsoi4.net It certainly is “For Fun”. Lively and interesting, it’s the best of all worlds. A good pub with reasonable prices and a nice snack restaurant. One of my favourites when I’m in the area so drop in for refreshing cool drink. ...

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Coffee Society – Silom

www.coffeesociety.co.th There are two coffee shops in Silom, practically next to each other – Coffee Society and Bug & Bee. Coffee society is the friendlier and the staff really try their hardest. Their menu is not that extensive and when I last went in, I ordered the apple pie. Quite simple I thought. However they were out of stock and I had to settle for a rather second rate brownie in lieu. But don’t ...

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