We've eaten & drank here a few times. Its a nice little oasis in the "less glamourous than you might think" gem district of town. Food is very wide-ranging but predominantly European. The pork chops are lovely (and huge) and the chili is well done and not just thrown together. The Latvian owner, Peter, is usually there and is very friendly with everyone who comes in. There's a decent selection of wines and beers. Usually in Bangkok, wine is a disaster but Red Pinn's are nice. It also has spotlessly clean bathrooms, also usually a problem in this city. If its any reflection on the rooms people can stay in, I'd imagine they'd also be spotless.