Whenever I tire of eating Thai food I head for Spanish in 4 in a small Soi with bars on Silom.
A variety of inexpensive tapas, including weekly changing specials are served along with a decent list of reasonably priced Spanish wines.
It's not fine dining, but is a pleasant enough place to go with friends to share a variety of tapas dishes, all of which are of quite good quality, over a few bottles of wine.
Like most places in Thailand one doesn't go for service, which can be spotty. They have had an excellent English manager (very cockney) intermittently who followed things closely and was also an excellent conversationalist mingling with the guests, but more often than not the managers are non-entities who appear to have little or no idea of what managing a restaurant and greeting guests involves.
Nonetheless the place is a good standby for non Thai food. The kitchen closes at 11pm or at weekends at midnight, though they still have cold tapas after the kitchen closes.
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