The Fat Cow – Sukhumvit is the sister (franchise) bar of the original “The Fat Cow” bar, that still operates up on Lad Phrao Soi 15, not far fron the Lad Phrao MRT Station.
First opening in August 2020, this Sukhumvit location occupies the space that used to be called “Henry’s Hotel and Gastro Pub,” on the sidestreet that runs parallel to Sukhumvit Soi 20, for that sois first 100 meters from the main Sukhumvit Road (to the west of Soi 20, in the direction of Soi 18).
The bar is evidently owned by a Swiss gentleman named “Ralph” (who I’ve never met), and is run by a Thai lady manager who goes by “Jane” in English (and she speaks English quite well).
The bar has ten draft beer taps available – but – as taps run dry, they are not always replaced on same day.
The beers curently on tap are listed on a chalk display rack:
Beers are listed by brewery name/brand, beer name, alcohol content, and Thai baht price per “pint”.
They also have a beer cooler, containing mostly canned, imported craft beers – maybe also some bottled beers. It sits on the right bside of the room as you enter, past the end of the main bar area.
The venue is large enough that it could probably seat 50 customers. There are several different seating sections, one of which lies beneath a neon wall sign:
As you enter the bar, the beer taps are on your right. At the center right side of the room, is a hallway that leads to the toilet area – with separate toilet areas for men, and for women (not fancy, but clean and well kept).
At far right rear, is the only video screen, mounted high on the wall.
At far left rear is the kitchen, which can be overloked from the bar area. This venue has a fairly small, but well-designed menu.
The food here is quite good! I particularly like the “STEAK FRITES”:
In-between the kitchen area, and the hallway back to the toilets, there is a beverage cooler that contains canned and bottled soft drinks.
Upon entering the venue, directly to your left is a small seperate seating area, enclosed by glass panels, that overlooks the street outside.
Modern pop music is continously playing, at moderate volume.
There is no dedicated parking, but some steet-side parking is available along the soi.
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