Campari One To Watch
CAMPARI One To Watch 2018: RABBIT HOLE, BANGKOK
A little late to the Asian cocktail boom, Bangkok has finally made its grand entrance to the bar scene with the help of Rabbit Hole. Championing the city’s love affair with crafty cocktails and specialty spirits, the three-storey space has all the hallmarks of a modern, stand-alone Bangkok bar – it is dimly lit, fairly difficult to find and showcases the best local produce – but manages to stand out from the crowd due to the innovativeness of the drinks on offer.
Manning the bar is Suwincha ‘Chacha’ Singsuwan, whose cocktails are categorised not in terms of ubiquitous ‘classics’ and ‘signatures’, but according to their nose and fragrance. From the savoury section, the 9.45 with bourbon, coconut shrub, combu dashi vinegar and citrus comes highly recommended, as does Cry Me The Moon with white truffle gin, apple juice, pandan syrup and citrus. Late at night, it’s not uncommon to see people getting up for a little shimmy around the bar.
Rabbit Hole's innovative menu combined with Singsuwan's talent make this bar a worthy winner of the Campari One To Watch Award.
125 Thonglor, Sukhumvit 55
10110 Bangkok, Thailand