Have you ever wondered what a restaurant inspired by a famous writer would be like? Of course not, but let's entertain the thought for a moment.
We would probably eat "liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti" at a place dedicated to Thomas Harris who penned The Silence of the Lambs. At "Sunthorn Phu's" we might be serviced by waiters in mermaid costumes and eat Thai food to the tune of a soothing flute in an island setting a la Phra Aphai Mani.
But instead of taking the author gimmick too far like in the two examples above, Hemingway's Bangkok features American author and journalist Ernest Hemingway in its menu and decor in a more sensible way.
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