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Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok Brought Seoul to Bangkok Through Anju Korean Rooftop Bar in Bangkok

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok

Located on Lung Suan Road in Bangkok's bustling shopping district, Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok offers guests a luxurious, comfortable and fun stay. With a variety of food and drink options, guests can choose what best suits their taste buds. Anju Rooftop Bar, the newest addition to Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok's food and beverage outlets, is the first Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok and Thailand, situated on the hotel's rooftop.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Anju's vibrant entrance

Upon entering the bar entrance, the visibility of the lively and vibrant atmosphere is immediate. The cartoonish mural on the wall, depicting the city's nightlife, adds a touch of charm and character to the place. The neon lights, in various colours and shapes, illuminate the space, creating a playful and inviting ambience. The bar entrance's overall design is a perfect reflection of the dynamic and exciting energy of Seoul's nightlife scene, preparing guests to expect what will happen when they set their feet inside the bar.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
A view of Bangkok from Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok

This Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok is completely open-air. It boasts a panoramic view of the city without any glass windows obstructing it, allowing for an uninterrupted view-savouring experience.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Anju's Korean snacks

Anju's elevated Korean street food showcases high-quality ingredients and a deep respect for Korean culture and flavours. Guests can indulge in Western-inspired favourites such as Cheese Tteokbokki, Corndogs, Spicy Korean Fried Chicken, and Garlic Korean Fried Chicken.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Bossam and Spicy Bulgogi

For those who prefer protein-packed meals and vegetables, this restaurant offers a variety of delicious dishes. One such option is Bossam, also known as Boiled Pork Wraps, which consists of tender boiled pork belly slices, fresh lettuce leaves, chillies, and garlic. The dish is accompanied by a variety of condiments, allowing guests to wrap the ingredients to their liking. Another mouth-watering dish is Spicy Bulgogi, a Korean classic made with thinly sliced beef marinated in a spicy-sweet sauce and served with vegetables.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Bibimbap and Kimchi Fried Rice

Bibimbap and Kimchi Fried Rice are two flavourful Korean dishes with great nutritional value. Bibimbap is a rice dish usually served with various seasoned vegetables and meat, topped with raw egg yolk and a spicy sauce on the side. On the other hand, Kimchi Fried Rice is a stir-fried rice dish with kimchi and bacon, topped with a sunny-side-up egg and crispy seaweed.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
A table at Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok

Anju's drink menu at Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok offers Korean-inspired signature drinks created by the Beverage and Bar Manager, Benyapa Gongrum. The menu is separated into three categories: Classics with a Korean Twist, Korean Street Food-inspired and Mocktails.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Drinks in Classic with Korean Twist catergory

The Classics with a Korean Twist category consists of drinks with prominent ingredients in Korean cuisine. Guests can enjoy a bubbly drink, Ginseng 75, which is a twist of French 75. For Martini style, a Dirty Mutini is a twist of Dirty Martini using pickled daikon and daikon brine instead of pickled olives and olive brine. Guest can opt for Unejito, a mojito twist using pickled ume.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Drinks in Korean Street Food-Inspire category

Drinks in the Korean Street Food-Inspired category take inspiration from the street food of Korea. One such drink is Yak-Gwa, which is a drinking version of a Korean cookie-like dessert of the same name. It is made with honey, sesame oil, ginger juice and soju. Another drink that finds its inspiration in Korean-Chinese cuisine is Jjam-Ppong. This drink incorporates the spicy and umami broth of the noodle dish as one of its main ingredients. Beon-De-Gi is an exotic drink that uses silkworm pupa, which is the main ingredient of the dish that inspired the drink. The drink includes jujube to balance its flavour.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Drinks in Mocktail Category

There are three non-alcoholic drinks in the mocktail category. One of them is called Bungeo-Ppang, inspired by a fish-shaped pastry filled with sweetened red bean paste. Another drink is named after the popular Korean dish, corn cheese. The last one, Kimchi, is a drink blending kimchi and strawberry.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Soju Bomb

The bar offers an extensive list of both beers and sojus for their guests to choose from. With this selection, guests can create their own customized Soju Bomb, a fun and simple drink perfect for a night out. This popular drink can be enjoyed by mixing a shot of soju with a beer of your choice. The Soju Bomb is a unique and exciting drink that will add extra fun to any occasion.

Anju, a Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok
Tables with a view of Bangkok

Perch high above the streets at Anju, a distinctive Korean rooftop bar in Bangkok that provides a truly one-of-a-kind experience for anyone looking to unwind and enjoy the Korean nightlife in Bangkok.

Anju Korean Rooftop Bar Hours: Daily, 17:00 – 02:00

Reserve: +662 796 8888

Location: Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, 68 Soi Langsuan, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330

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