Step into this tunnel-like bar hidden behind a non-descript door to disappear from Bangkok's busy streets.
From the beetle-covered steel walls to the sparkling golden lights, the details are small but loom large in J. Boroski. After all, it's the concept of famed Australian interior designer Ashley Sutton.
Don’t be surprised at the lack of a menu, baristas create personalized drinks just for you and your preferences.
This literal (rabbit) hole in the wall is yet to be discovered! 🐰 The door to the bar is a huge wooden door with no signages, located in between a japanese bar and ramen place. I've read it's tricky to find but totally worth it! Look at that interior. 😍 Can't wait to have drinks in this ambience. 🍸
I adore the neon-tinted atmosphere of Bound by Hillywood. It is a bright beacon in the night, drawing out Hong Kong’s creatives from the underground. They offer some creative concoctions that use local rice liquor. My favorite: a strawberry, Wing Lee Wai Rice Wine, and Yakult combo called New Romance.
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