Bizarro knows food. Bizarro knows atmosphere. Bizarro knows good service. Bizarro gets 5 stars.
We sampled from both the tapas menu and the Thai menu, and both were delicious. The Croquetas pollo were our favourite of the 6 tapas dishes we tried during our two visits (the eggplant tapas dish, while good, was my least favourite). The green curry and red curry were also extremely well-prepared. (apparently there are two chefs: a Spanish chef for the tapas and a Thai chef for the Thai food)
The atmosphere is great; you can sit cross-legged at a low table on an elevated platform or at a regular table. The lighting is dim, hanging from the roofs of the open-air restaurant. Sammer, the Spanish chef, serves all of his dishes in person.
While I'm not sure of the exact hours of the restaurant, they are open quite late. I think the hours might also be flexible, and they'll stay open later if business is good. We had dinner close to 11pm one night at Bizarro, when many other restaurants were closed.
I recall them only accepting cash payment, as an fyi. Most dishes are between 90-160 baht, though the specials are closer to 250 baht (ex: barracuda special).
When the Maitre D, Javier, gave us our change after our first meal, he said "see you tomorrow". Anywhere else, that might be presumptuous, but after that meal, that comment was well-earned. Sure enough, we went back the next night and would definitely recommend a dinner at Bizarro.
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