Hidden away in a back alley near Khao San, this funky little spot not only serves some decent Indian food, but is a great chill out shisha bar that happens to spin Bollywood tunes and become quite... Read More
Hidden away in a back alley near Khao San, this funky little spot not only serves some decent Indian food, but is a great chill out shisha bar that happens to spin Bollywood tunes and become quite trendy come weekends. Located in an old house tucked into the very back side of Soi Rambutri, visitors often get lost looking for Bombay Blues, but it is pretty recognisable by its bright red lit facade and red tent like tables across the way outside. From the outdoor divans to the comfy on the floor table settings inside, you can kick off your shoes and really settle in here. While plenty of folks come just for dinner, it's recommended to stay awhile or visit on the weekends when the house DJ's start spinning tunes, while guests suck down buckets and slick drink concoctions or else just sit out on the chilled rooftop area and puff a few shishas while staring at the sky.
51 Soi Rambutri (near Chao Fah Road)
- Khao San Road's Best Nightlife: "Getting here is tricky. From Khao San Road's west side junction with Chakrapong Road, walk up Chakrapong a block and cross the street, heading down tiny Soi Rambutri, which is full of bars and small restaurants right on the street. Follow Rambutri a few hundred meters where it then turns left and continues back along the temple wall, and then turn left again at the end, heading back towards Khao San...the alley appears to dead end here, but a small street to the right is where Bombay Blues is set, you won't miss the lights."
- Best for Khao San Road's Best Nightlife Because: For a hidden shisha and drinks chill out spot, Bombay Blues is superb.