Happy hour happy street
Sukhumvit Soi 55 Thonglor Bangkok was a street I had known about for such a long time but had never ventured there until now. It seemed every Bangkok restaurant review would recommend an establishment in this area & now I can understand why.
I am a great fan of the Wine Connection chain of restaurants & Google told me there was one at 208 Thong Lo 8 Alley so my brother & I caught the Sky train to Thonglo station & walked for 20 minutes or so looking for the restaurant. What we in fact found at the address was El Gaucho, so I’m assuming either Google got it wrong or the information was simply out of date. 🙂
Here is what Googled showed.
Wine Connection has morphed into El Gaucho.
So many restaurants & so little time.
Grand Centrepoint Hotel in Sukhumvit Soi 55 Thonglor Bangkok
Right in the heart of Thonglor, just book through THIS LINK for an excellent discount. Sukhumvit 55 or Soi Thong Lo, is well known for its classy bars, boutique shops, fashionable clubs plus lots of hip restaurants. It’s also acknowledged as the Siam Square of Bangkok’s East side.
These beautiful rooms are 40 M2.
Lots of Japanese restaurants
I am looking forward to having dinner at The Dock, they specialise in seafood & the menu looks excellent. Being an Aussie I love Sydney Rock Oysters as well as those big juicy ones from Tasmania. Kumamoto featured, I was there last October, & Brittany on the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, has over 2800 km of coastline, it provides nearly 60,000 tons of oysters each year, almost 50% of the total French oyster production.
This Soi 55 building caught my eye.
Focus in Surfers Paradise
Compare the twins. 🙂
There is a lot to like about Bangkok’s Artisan Cafe Restaurant precinct.
Liquor outlet at The Commons
The Commons is the jewel in the crown in this upmarket area of Bangkok.
Another good hotel on Soi 55, about B1600 pn if you book trough THIS LINK.
Please check out some of the most popular below, and thank you for visiting.
That’s all folks
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