I recently spent two weeks in Bangkok en route to Bhutan and I absolutely love and enjoy Thai food, especially Tom Yum Goong. However, occasionally everyone needs a change and if you develop an appetite for a different meal, head to cozy Bei Otto in Sukhumjvit Soi 20. My preference was to eat in the front bistro rather than the stuffy (and expensive) restaurant. The bistro offers a light menu, fantastic bread rolls, great salads and also tasty breakfasts and it represents better value.
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