Went here around 10.30 on a Saturday night after the owner of Chomp, a restaurant just up the road suggested there was no better way to spend my last night in Bangkok.
A quaint little place, with lots of friendly regulars and foreigners alike.
Sat in the back corner alone and was graced with the company of a few strangers over the course of my visit.
Caught the regular weekend set (Phil, I believe his name is, from York) and a lady playing some AMAZING harmonica- I didn't know harmonica could sound so good!
Highly recommend a visit here, preferably after dining at Chomp just a few doors up, further away from the river than blues bar. Just be careful when standing up from the loo- I've got a big bump on the top of my head now!
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