No information is confidential in Bangkok, the very social-media-centric metropolis. As no shame is concealed, no pleasures are appreciated by just a small group of folks.
The five-week-old restaurant set in an odd-shaped space on the second floor of a small, nondescript shophouse has been enjoying rave recognition and a nonstop full house since day one.
Gone are days when good new restaurants whip up just whispers of glory. As soon as a great one opens its door, word of mouth travels rapidly through cyberspace and smartphones, and long reservation lists build.
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