Situated close to Wat Manorom, this two-year-old cocktail lounge and restaurant is one of the most popular spots in town. Housed in a whitewashed, cubist residence from the 1970s, it features caramel banquettes, black-and-white photos, and an outdoor garden with concrete benches and a fire pit. In this stylish setting, guests sip drinks made with local ingredients like pineapple, mint, and lemongrass. Also on offer are tapas-style dishes like eggplant caviar and buffalo sliders. The English owner is a lively, good-humored host who can often be found mingling and laughing with guests.