Video #12 | November 23, 2017
In this video I’m going to do Bangkok Unmasked’s first bar review; the oddly named ‘Let The Girl Kill’.
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In this video I’m going to do Bangkok Unmasked’s first bar review; the oddly named ‘Let The Girl Kill‘. This bar is a reincarnation of the very popular ‘Let the Boy Die’. A bar that was forced to close its doors earlier this year due to disputes with its neighbor. ‘Let The Girl Kill’ is basically a shop house that has been transformed into a very cool hipster hangout. I loved the vivid red dragon on the wall behind the bar’s [I think] 13 taps! The bar is basically like a miniature version of the Mikkeller on Ekkamai Soi 10, that has been squeezed into a shop house!
If you’re looking for good, reasonably priced, craft beer, and a laid-back ambiance, this is going to be your kind of place! Check out a shot of the craft beers that they currently have on offer.
‘Let The Girl Kill’ also has a decent selection of snacks available. The menu isn’t massive, but what they have is solid ‘beer food and snacks’. Me being me, a greedy fat bastard, I went for the pork knuckle, which was very well executed, and left me totally satisfied after a couple of pints of Guinness and a bottle of a German wheat beer that I’m very partial to.
So you can get a feel for the place, check out this video that I shot inside.
‘Let The Girl Kill’ is located a bit less than 500 meters from Hua Lamphong MRT Station. It’s near the corner of Khao Lam and Charoen Krung Roads. Google maps will show you the way!
This is what the place looks like from the outside.
If you’re in the Chinatown/Charoen Krung area, it’s well worth checking out this bar!
Anyway…That’s it for this video. Expect a new video shortly. It should be posted in about a week, or so.
For all you techies out there, this video was shot on a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, and edited using HitFilm Express.
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