Sheepshank Public House is a bit different to other eating venues we have experienced in Bangkok. It is set in a former industrial space and the decor pays homage to the past. It is a delightful space from which to view the river traffic and perhaps a sunset over the nearby Rama bridge. The food menu is contained but offers a wealth of different tastes - something for everyone. We had the crab and green apple salad (fresh and delicious), the razor clams (spicy and meaty), organic sausages and blue cheese potatoes (tasty with a great sauce), and the oxtail tortellini with butter, sage and walnuts ( rich and out of this world). We would highly recommend a visit when in town. Great staff too! And the cocktails are generously sized and made with love and skill.
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