This is indeed an era when sublime dining venues — whether it be authentic Thai cuisine establishments, Japanese restaurants or French steakhouses — are made pleasantly effervescent by the sound of sizzling plates, tinkling cocktail glasses and babbling diners in genteel attire. Eating out is often regarded as an indulging social rite, thus highbrow gourmet bars are blowing up around Bangkok and diners can’t seem to get enough.
The newly launched, highly-invested 661 Silom offers two dining concepts. The “Meet” cuisine is available at its ground-floor gastro bar while “Meat” menu is provided at the upstairs steakhouse.
Among the recent openings is 661 Silom, a wine bar that doubles as a fine steakhouse, on the premises that housed the erstwhile, much-loved Niu’s Jazz Bar.
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