Opposite Mess Hall - Bangkok

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  1. Newscience

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    A New York Times report on this Bangkok restaurant incentivizes the reader to head to the Opposite Mess Hall [27/1 Sukhumvit Soi 51 (phone - 66-02-662-6330)] when in town. Opened by Chris Wise and Somrak Sila, who also own an arts space and bar across the street, it's quite popular with tourists and locals alike. The diverse menu features dishes such as bone-marrow dumplings, steamed Chinese bun with fried tempeh, smoked cheese, siriracha mayonnaise and kimchi, served with a pomelo margarita...

    To read the article, see:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/22/t...rch&mabReward=relbias:r,["RI:5","RI:15"]&_r=0
     
  2. estnet
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    Ugh....This doesn't sound like it fits my preferred food list:(
     
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    when I think of any dish in Bangkok that is not authentic Thai, it would be the awesome pork bulgogi in the Korean area or the incredible tempura in Japan area :p
     
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    sounds delicious. I will say I'd have a hard time pulling myself away from 'authentic' Thai food.
     
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