OMG is a small neighborhood bar and restaurant situated on Soi Yu Charoen, 50 meters north of Ratchadapisek Soi 3. and 200 meters west of Ratchadapisek Road.
It looks like this in daytime:
And it looks like this at night:
To get to this bar, ride the MRT to Rama IX Station, then exit using Exit 1. Upon reaching street level, turn left to reach the sidewalk, and then left again on the sidewalk , so that you are walking north, with Ratchadapisek Road on your right. You then walk almost 600 meters to Ratchadapisek Soi 3, which is just past a pedestrian bridge that crosses over Ratchadapisek Road. Turn left at Soi 3:
Travel 200 meters west on Ratchadapisek Soi 3 until you come to the second cross-street – which is Soi Yu Charoen. Turn right onto this soi, and OMG Bar & Restaurant is less than 50 meters ahead on the right.
As you enter, what you see is:
Viewed from the back of the bar, toward the entrance, on a busy night:
Both side walls have murals – you can see one mural in the photo above. Here’s a view of the mural on the opposite wall:
They sometimes have live music:
They have three mass-market beers on tap: Asahi, San Miguel, and San Miguel Negra (dark lager – which I had never seen before – so I tried it – it looked liked a stout, and wasn’t too terribly bad). They also have beer cooler at the rear of the bar, containing about six different imported Thai expatriate beers:
Craft beers available included Sandport, Liger, Lamzing, Happy New Beer, and several versions of Outlaw beers. So – this bar is only slightly involved with craft beer. In the photo above, the toilet is through the red door that is being opened, and is located to the rear, and then left. Simple, clean, well-maintained.
There are seven seats at the bar, one table with fours seats, one table with two seats, and three tables that seat three persons each. There is also an outdoor deck in front of the bar, with three tables that seat three persons each:
The bar serves a fairly simple menu of Mexican dishes, with the bar’s Thai owner, “Guru”, also serving as the head chef. Guru, an ethnic Sikh, is an enthusiastic and highly charismatic character – in the photo below, Guru is on the left, in the blue shirt:
Guru also appears in an alternate version of the bar’s logo:
There is one video screen above the bar. Music was mostly 80’s and 90’s pop music and light rock music.
The soi outside does offer some limited parking, but parking at Tesco Lotus on Ratchadapisek Road is only 350 meters away.
This was friendly bar.
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