‘Press’ Category

Where to party in the Thai capital

October 24th, 2010

From Time Out Singapore:

”WTF? Small, soulful, offbeat barrestaurant, with a gallery on the second floor championing local up-and-comers, that’s wildly popular with young creatives.“

And a good run down on the state of Bangkok nightlife in 2010.

The alley less traveled

October 22nd, 2010

"While some bars offer the shout to be heard experience, this friendly hideout is a bit more conversational and totally laid back without lacking style." A nice write up in the Nile guide. 


What’s in a name?

October 22nd, 2010


Friendship and art fused with food and wine come together in a magic formula that magnifies the power of each ingredient. Such a secret recipe has been created at Bangkok’s newest gallery, WTF, whose opening features some of Thailand’s best contemporary practitioners.


BANGKOK POST Published: 6/05/2010

WTF in Dichan

August 30th, 2010

 Great spread in Dichan magazine (Mother’s Day issue). Some nice images — who’s that pink shirted guy?!

Where Bangkok’s Bohemians spend their Nights

August 23rd, 2010

Great blog posting from Soi Blossom about the opening of Form and  Formless. She also has some great images and info (for German speakers and Goolge translate users) from her travels around Thailand. Thanks, Gabriele.



July 9th, 2010

A great write up on the CNN Go website!

The bar/gallery incorporates all of these into its mission statement — to be a creative social club — and the four owners thrive on intimacy shared with good friends, accessible arts and one-of-a-kind dishes. Officially WTF stands for “Wonderful Thai Friendships,” but we all know what it really means so they’re not fooling anybody.

Now, if we could get everyone that read the article to just come and have a drink. :-)

The buzz: in BK magazine

May 14th, 2010

Nice write-up in BK magazine.

The buzz: Question: What do you get it you put an art curator, a hotelier (responsible for Phuket Town’s very cool 346 Gallery & Cafe) and a photojournalist together? Answer: a hybrid bar and exhibtion space that could just be the coolest thing in Bangkok since the now closed Raindogs (minus the grunge).