Hemingway’s the Teak house housing the restaurant over 100 years old around 1910 alone is worth the visit. Easy to get to from across the street from the MRT & BTS station a 4 minute walks.
The Head Chef Kip Oxman is from the U.S. and the Manager Damian Mackay is from Australia. Great decoration of the restaurant with areas of rooms highlighted by Hemmingway’s travels. Spanish Garden, Key West Café, Marlin Boulevard, Habana Bar, Safari Sports Bar.
The drink menu is extensive; many of the Hemingway favorites in mixed drinks well worth exploring, as select brands not seen at many places even in Bangkok.
The food menu is interesting, I opted for the Ruben sandwich and the Cuban Midnight sandwich, and both unusual to find in Thailand had interesting sides of salad and relish. The Cuban meatballs were also an unusual find. I will look forward to trying many of the other creative Hemmingway’s favorites on future trips.
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