Bar Guide Bangkok

16 March, 2016


125 sukhumvit 55, Thonglor, Bangkok, 10110

Open just a few months, Rabbit Hole is another of the new wave of bars to seemingly spring out of the ground. Almost invisible from the street, this three-level warren is dark, sassy and sanctuary from Bangkok’s bustle.

There are two menus: more complicated serves for week days when bartenders have more time to strut their stuff, and simpler classic serves on the weekends when customers want drink-in-hand. If there is a champion spirit, it is whisky, and the back bar, which rises up through the three floors, is its ultimate shrine.

Staff are hotel-trained, so while the drinks are serious, the service is friendly and attentive.

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