Nestled in the Ekamai district at Sukhumvit 61, The Melting Clock Gastrobar offers a unique menu of authentic Italian and creative Thai fusion dishes, live jazz music, an extensive wine and beer selection, and a delightfully peculiar ambience full of character and artistic charm.
We visited the stylish venue on a Friday night and were happily entertained by the live band while we enjoyed our light meal which consisted of a fresh cherry tomato and burrata salad, salmon spring rolls with strawberry sauce, and beautiful cocktails. Surrounded by quaint paintings and bold decorations (and one foosball table!), we took some time to explore the venue and found several cozy nooks, perfect for a private, romantic night out. The second floor is available for meetings and private parties, which require advanced reservations.
The Melting Clock and its kitchen is open from Monday to Saturday from 6pm until 1am, which makes it ideal for night owls and partygoers looking for something more wholesome and tasteful than your average late-night meal. There is live music every night from 8pm to 10pm. The venue offers up to 20 parking spaces but to avoid Bangkok’s hellish traffic, take the BTS. The venue is a mere 5-minute walk from Ekamai Station and is definitely worth the trip. Feel time melt away as you experience one of Ekamai’s hidden gems. To avoid disappointments, make a reservation at: +66-89-643-0452