Soi 20

Posted on September 8, 2013 in Soi Guide by

Soi 20
Soi 20 (Soi Sai Nam Phueng) is blessed with some really good restaurants. It is a bit short on bars though. This is what you find as you walk down the street:

Sports Corner (www.thesportcornerbkk.com)

Sports Corner
Sports Corner is open from 2pm to 2am every day. There is a large screen TV for watching sport and a happy hour from 5pm to 7pm when bottle beers costs 65B. It is run by an ex-pat.

Bei Otto (beiotto.com)

Bei Otto Delicatessan
Bei Otto is a German delicatessen, wine bar and restaurant established in 1984. This is a high quality establishment and undoubtedly the place to eat German food in the big Mango. Many of the restaurants in the city buy their bread and cold meat here, and you can do the same. It’s open from 8am to 10pm every day. You can also eat and drink there. There is an extensive menu of German food, beer and wine. The food ranges from sandwiches priced at around 125 Thai Baht through to full meals such as Veal and Beer stew with mashed potatoes priced at 725 Thai Baht. This is the place to go if you are yearning for German classics like port knuckle or currywurst.

Original Italian Pizza

Original Italian Pizza
Take away pizza company.

Youzen Japanese Restaurant

Youzen Japanese Restaurant
Located on the Ground Floor of the Windsor Suites Hotel, Youzen Japanese Restaurant is open from 11.30am to 10.30pm. The menu is extensive with a range of dishes covering shabu shabu, sushi, tempura and teppanyaki amongst other dishes. We recommend the evening buffet for 699 Thai Baht per person which features over 80 different dishes.

Saw Sam Sai Restaurant

Saw Sam Sai Restaurant
Saw Sam Sai is an inexpensive restaurant serving authentic Thai food. We recommend the beef salad and the pork laab.

Basilico

Basilico
Basilico on Soi 20 is one of a chain of three Italian restaurants in Bangkok. This is a smart looking restaurant with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. They serve a range of classic Italian dishes from anti pasta to Italian desserts like panna cotta. However, what they are best known for is their range of wood fired Italian pizzas. There are over 50 to choose from and they cost around 400 Thai Baht each.

Saras (saras.co.th)

Saras Vegetarian Indian Restaurant
Saras is Bangkok’s top vegetarian Indian restaurant. The concept is serving Indian street food in a fine dining environment and they have achieved this aim in spectacular fashion. This smart modern restaurant serves an extensive range of authentic Indian vegetarian dishes costing from 60 Thai Baht to around 300 Thai Baht for a Thali. The full menu is on the website and they will deliver as well. The savoury dishes are complemented by a very long list of traditional Indian deserts.

Koi (www.koirestaurantbkk.com)

Koi
Koi is a very smart modern dining room serving Japanese food with a Californian twist. This is a serious dining option and expect to pay around 1,200 Thai Baht per person all in. Signature dishes include creamy rock shrimp tempura, tuna tartar on crispy wontons, and wagyu beef Carpaccio with truffle citrus soy sauce. The regular menu is supplemented by a specials menu changed monthly. Koi is open 6pm to 12 midnight every day.

Hot Curry

Hot Curry
Hot Curry is an average Indian restaurant at relatively inexpensive prices.

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