Newly-opened in December 2018, this is the fifth Wishbeer branch overall, and the first branch opened by a franchisee. The bar is co-located with a hotel called the Dvaree Express Pulla Silom, whose registration desk is at the rear of the bar, and whose rooms are upstairs from the bar.
To reach this bar, travel by Skytrain to the Sala Daeng BTS Station, then exit using Exit 3. Upon reaching street level, dobule back around 180 degrees to your right, and walk 25 meters until you see the sign for Silom Soi 2/1 on your right:
Follow where the sign is pointing, by turning left into the narrow soi:
Walk straight ahead as far as you can go – which is about 30 meters – and then follow the soi as it turns right. You will immediately see that the soi ends after about another 40 meters – with the Wishbeer venue at the end of the soi:
The outdoor section of the bar is under very high overhead cover – so it is protected from rain. As you approach the venue you will see the entrance doorway into the indoor section on your left:
It is basically a hotel entrance, with the Wishbeer bar and restaurant filling up its lobby. As you enter, the hotel reception desk is at the rear of the room:
The main bar is to your immediate left, with ten craft beer taps:
At the far left corner of the room is a triple-wide beer cooler containing more than 100 different bottled and canned craft beers:
At the far right corner of the room is the entrance to the toilet area, which has separate facilities for men and women:
There are three video screens indoors, and the bar manager advised that they were awaiting delivery of another video screen for the outdoor section. The music playing here is recent international pop music at a comfortable level. They also clearly had arrangement for live music in the outdoor section, although I did not stay late enough to hear that entertainment.
They have a full kitchen here, including salads, soups, pasta, roast meats, and – here are few shots of parts of their menu:
They also have a pretty formidable-looking coffee set-up, presumably for espresso and cappuccino:
Indoor seating appeared to include eight stools at the bar, five rectangular tables each seating six persons,and two circular tables that could seat two of three persons.
There is an outdoor section with substantial additional seating:
Since the venue is located in a hotel lobby, and it serves breakfast, the whole operation is presumably open almost around the clock, but I presume that they only serve alcohol between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, and after 5:00 pm.
There is limited parking for motorcyles along the soi leading to the bar.
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