Frostylicious Beer At Pathé

Throwback to my last night in Bangkok, at Pathé Antique and Restaurant (ปาเต๊ะ), at Lat Phrao.

 

Ice, ice baby

 

I suggested Pathé for frosty beer, i.e. beer served in frozen mug, which bf obliged (despite knowing that there will be insane crowd that night).

 

Frosty Singha beer (130 baht)


Not a beer drinker myself. Beer in frozen mug, the one and only way of drinking beer that I like. Why so? Because it masks the flavor of the beer, and it makes the beer taste bland! The beer mug is usually changed frequently too!

 

Complimentary peanuts
Complimentary peanuts

The beer goes very well with their complimentary peanuts, mixed with salt and chili.

 

Full house inside and outside at pedestrian walkway

 

But our visit coincided with Friday, plus salary payday. Avoid like the plague, folks! Unless if you arrive early 6pm+.

 

Makeshift garden area to cater to the insane crowd

 

Around 8pm, we were seated at makeshift-garden area. Waited for around 1 hour for our food to arrive.

Our order:

Beef salad Japanese style


Beef salad Japanese style
(180 baht) – ordered the wrong salad. Their spicy salad with beef was what we ordered previously, and it tastes so much better.

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Deep fried squid

Deep fried squid

Fried beef

 Fried beef

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Fried chicken drumsticks

Fried chicken drumsticks garlic and peppercorns (98 baht)

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Tom saap

Tom saap

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Heart-shaped rice

And heart-shaped rice 555

Pathé is extremely popular amongst local Thai, for beer and good food. Do give it a try!

 


Pathé Antique and Restaurant ปาเต๊ะ

1130/6-7 Phahonyothin Road, Chatuchak

Tel: 02-9384995 

Nearest MRT: Phahon Yohtin

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Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.