Perhaps begin with a selection of
imaginative tapas, such as duck teriyaki or sausage
devil, a home-made, fennel-studded link with a punchy
tomato salsa. Soft-shell crab salad with mango is an
alternative starter. Main courses tend to the more
casual end of Western cuisine; prime picks include
cheeseburgers, a variety of pizzas and the speciality
spaghetti Bacchus, with garlic, chilli, olives and bacon.
Tuna steak or rack of lamb will appeal to those who
want something more substantial. If you make it to the
dessert menu, apple pie is let down by slightly soggy
pastry, but chocolate mousse here is rather better than
many of its competitors in Bangkok.
Bacchus is a relaxed, multi-storey dining and
drinking establishment amidst several similar places
in Ruamrudee Village. The ground-floor bar area gets
noisy, but things calm down as you climb the stairs.
Service is eager but rather disorganised.
20/6-7 Ruamrudee Village, Soi Ruamrudee, Bangkok 10330
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Smart casual |
|Private Rooms: For 8-10 people ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 500 baht ||Tel: 0-2650-8986 |
|Car Valet: No ||Price: 1,200 baht/person |
|Open Time: 4:30pm-1:00am |