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  1. 4 points

    The 5th capital sin...

    If I'm in the mood for a simple and quick lunch I like to go to Ippudo for some of their excellent Ramen. There are a number of Ippudo restaurants across town, I like the one on the 5th floor of the Emporium Mall best. The spicy gyoza is fantastic and the Tom Yum Ramen is memorable... http://www.ippudo.co.th/en/ If you like Spanish food and you like dining with a view than look no further than Uno Mas. It's located on the 54th floor of the Centara Grand hotel at Central World ( BTS station Siam Square). They have a stunning array of tapas and a Spanish wine selection that is more than excellent at very competitive prices. Best is to order 5 or 6 different tapas as the portions are quite generous and forget about the main dishes. I dined here just last week with Shyguyuk, a fellow foodie, and we were both more than impressed http://www.unomasbangkok.com/ Probably my favourite restaurant in Bangkok is No Idea in Sukhumvit soi 22. It labels itself as a 'gastro pub' but I reckon they're too modest with that description. The place is run by owner Dave, a Kiwi who is a retired 747 captain with Cathay Pacific, and his wife who does the cooking. The atmosphere is very relaxed, the food is outstanding and the selection of wine is one of the best in Bangkok. They have great wines by the glass like Alexana, an excellent Pinot Noir from Oregon, as well as a huge bottle selection of both New World and traditional wines. The cheeseboard here for me is the best in Bangkok, 590b for a selection of 8 different cheeses is truly great value for money. http://www.noideabkk.com/
  2. 3 points

    The 5th capital sin...

    You're welcome Privateluca. One of the reasons I love living in Bangkok, besides obviously the nightlife, is the fact that there are excellent restaurants galore for very affordable prices when compared to the West. Here are a few more One of the best coffee's in town in my opinion can be had D'Ark, located on the ground floor of the Emquartier. It's a good place to relax, watch the world go by and try one of their delicious coffee's or simple dishes. http://www.darkoffee.com/ Michelin brought out their first Bangkok guide earlier this year and awarded a number of restaurants with 1 and 2 stars. One of the restaurants awarded 1 star is Joel Robuchon, located in the Mahanakhon Cube right next to Chong Nonsi BTS station. There is an open plan kitchen where you can see the chefs at work and seating is either at the counter or at a table in the back. If you're going there alone or with just 1 friend it's fun to sit at the counter but if there are 3 or more of you that makes for awkward conversation and a table would be better. The food here is more than excellent, but it does come at a very high price; especially by Bangkok standards. Where this restaurant lets itself down for me is with their wine list. The selection of wines by the glass is very limited and too expensive, whilst it is virtually impossible to find a decent bottle on their list for an affordable price. It is for that reason that I am not too keen on returning. http://robuchon-bangkok.com/
  3. 3 points

    The 5th capital sin...

    Personally I'm not a huge fan of Indian food but I did like Charcoal Tandoor at the Fraser Suites in Sukhumvit soi 11. Not cheap, but they serve high quality food in very nice surroundings... http://charcoalbkk.com/ If you like Barbeque and ribs look no further than Le Cochon Blanc on Sukhumvit soi 31. There's a very relaxed vibe about the place and the prices are OK for the food they offer. I particularly liked the sweetbreads ( ris de veau ). https://www.lecochonblanc.com/
  4. 2 points
    So this trip is the trip where a gang bang is to be thx so much for Oliver for suggesting Citrus 11, it seems just perfect with the extra bathroom, although the bedroom is a little small, but im sure we will manage And compared to the 5 star hotels I was looking at this is less than half the price of their basic rooms, AND i get an airport transfer for free. Looking forward to report back on my adventures
  5. 2 points

    The 5th capital sin...

    When it comes to restaurants Bangkok wins it from Pattaya by a country mile in my opinion. Pattaya for me is a bit of a culinary desert whilst the possibilities in Bangkok are endless, from simple inexpensive food to Michelin starred restaurants. Recommending restaurants is always a bit tricky though as different people value different things, but I'll take a stab at it... Since we're in Thailand I'll start with a Thai restaurant. Osha on Wireless Road offers terrific Thai dishes in a very pleasant setting and is surprisingly affordable. Great place to take a date with a good value for money factor. http://www.oshabangkok.com/osharestaurant/ Masu Maki on Sukhumvit soi 39 is a very simple little restaurant that serves high quality sushi for very reasonable prices. Perfect for a quick lunch or simple dinner, not so perfect to bring a date though. You'll struggle to spend more than 1000b here which for Sushi is a great deal.
  6. 2 points
    I used Bell in Oct 16. Easy and cheap. As OTS said they pick up at hotel (on time!) and then transfer to a bus. Didn't wait long at the station. Room full of single men obviously on cultural and temple sightseeing holidays..... I think it was about 400b
  7. 2 points
    It's to stop people fucking up threads by going back and retrospectively editing or removing everything they ever said or posted. Four words.... Hilbert Space was here.
  8. 1 point

    The 5th capital sin...

    Youngone excellent suggestions! Thanks for taking the time to go through your pictures.
  9. 1 point


    I have noticed this as well and get unwanted e-mail notifications which cant be turned off, this needs to be changed.
  10. 1 point

    Royal President Bangkok

    This website is better for pics and reviews of hotels. The pics are professional, but they were taken by Oyster instead of provided by the hotel. There are 47 pics of suites. Oyster.com beats the hell out of Trip Advisor, expedia and the others for hotel info. https://www.oyster.com/bangkok/hotels/royal-president-bangkok/
  11. 1 point

    Long thin cocks

    First is a good choice.
  12. 1 point
    I think you can find mini-vans running out of Ekkamai as well. I much prefer buses to mini-vans. BTW... is the ladyboy taxi driver in Patts still operating? I forget her name.
  13. 1 point

    Would Be Careful With This One.

    I met her recently and had I great time, she was very chill and great as top. She looks just like her photos, really hot in my opinion.
  14. 1 point
    Tinder has LBs
  15. 1 point
    Without knowing what your budget is, if you are looking for big room( suites are 55 sq m) at decent rates, you may want to look at Citrus 11 on Soi 11. The suites can be had late may for about 2100 baht. They have 2 full bathrooms per suite, which comes in handy when you bring 2 girls with you. I know One True Saxon has stayed here as well, and I think he liked it just fine. https://www.citrus11sukhumvit.com/en/ Below are some pics from my stay a couple of years ago - Amy from Cascades showing her ass and Stephanie from Casanova showing her tits.
  16. 1 point

    Watch your butts!

    I'm not saying that dealing drugs is a good thing, but I've walked by the African guys on Sukhumvit hundreds or possibly even thousands of times and never seen them hurt anyone or cause any trouble, nor have any of the African ladies. The fact that you say that they "spoilt" soi 7 is over the top, and saying that they're the reason all the bars on Sukhuvit are gone is a flat out hearsay lie. It's just fostering stereotypes and rac I'm not sure if one of the Africans offered you drugs, but that doesn't mean you have to automatically assume they're all selling drugs. Are they selling drugs? Yeah, probably some of them. But it has zero affect on you or me. And I've also been offered drugs by plenty of Thai people and girls in bars. Did I run to the police to try to get them arrested? No... because they didn't hurt me in any way! I've had ladyboys on Sukhumvit try to pickpocket me before. Would I come on here and say that all ladyboys are theives that that they've ruined Sukhumvit because of it? No, of course not. If you didn't fly to Asia to fuck "fat black ugly street hookers" then that's fine. Most of us don't either. But that doesn't mean you have to be so mean and toxic that you need to start trouble or have confrontions... or actually "enjoy confrontations with them" like you said. Not interested in what they're offering? Just walk on by and they won't bother you.