This bar has been replaced by Black Jazz Bar.
Bronx Liquid Parlour serves some of the most creative cocktails in Bangkok. The man behind the bar is the well-travelled Hideyuki Saito, formerly of Vogue Lounge in Sathorn, who has created a menu of signature concoctions that are getting serious praise from everyone who samples them. The drinks list contains signature creations, classics and some long-glass tonics. Of course, they are happy to serve you an old favourite of your choosing, but we wholeheartedly encourage you to try one of their signatures.
The Japanese-inspired Sei cocktail is a mix of dark rum, Japanese plum wine, cacao, port wine, molasses and Japanese green tea, whisked from macha powder (380 baht). It is served in a Japanese tea cup with a miniature red bean cake on the side. Incredibly complex yet surprisingly light, this is one for real connoisseurs who want to something truly unique. They even offer an omakase (chef’s selection) option, which is basically a creative way of saying, ‘tell us your favourite liquor and flavour, and we’ll make you something special’, but they add that they will try to use the best seasonal ingredients. Each one stands alone, including the style of glass it’s served in and the small snack which comes with most options. They also stock one of the finest collections of Japanese whiskies in Bangkok.
Drinks at Bronx Liquid Parlour Bangkok cost around what you’ll pay at a rooftop bar, but the quality is clearly higher, and for that reason are well worth it if you want to sample something special.
The interior of bare brick and simple tables is modern, plain, and striking for its lack of wackiness. It is very different to many of the other cocktail bars in Bangkok which have an interesting design but sometimes fail to deliver on the reason you’re there: the drinks! The best seats are up at the bar, although some small, candlelit tables are suitable for date night drinks. To accompany your drinks they have some tasty bar snacks, with the homemade gyoza probably the pick of the bunch. Served in a light broth, the pork dumplings are rolled by hand in genuine Japanese style.
Bronx Liquid Parlour is located 50 metres down Thonglor Soi 25. Look out for Miyabi, a huge Japanese restaurant a few metres in front of the cocktail bar, hang a right, and you’ll find this Bangkok directly next door to d’25 condominium.
Bronx Liquid Parlour Bangkok
- Opening Hours: Tue - Sun 19:00 - 01:00 (closed on Monday)
- Location: G Floor, 8 Thonglor Soi 25, Sukhumvit (a few metres past Miyabi Japanese Restaurant and Club)
- Tel: +66 (0)2 036 6071