Sawasdee House Restaurant ram buttri bangkok. Soi Rambuttri. Bangkok. Thailand. Indonesian statues and figures.  Great cocktails and yummy Northern Thai food are served at this jungle restaurant. Try the house cocktail named after the place: a twist on a mojito with Thai-style liquor, lie back in your wicker chair surrounded by greenery and listen to the gentle hum of the street. Northern-style sausage and deep-fried dried pork make great beer snacks and the specials board is displayed on a vintage rickshaw outside. Whether you are alone, in a pair or even part of a group this bar and restaurant offers perfect respite from busy Rambuttri. Foreign tourists and backpackers drink and dine at night in an outdoor bar on Soi Rambuttri near Khao San Road, Bangkok. Part of Rambuttri runs parallel to Khao San, but despite being located so close by these two streets are different worlds. Rambuttri gives you a taste of how Bangkok used to look before all the skyscrapers arrived. Leafy banyan trees shade the pavements and the vibe sways more towards local than backpacker, despite a number of them now choosing to stay here rather than on the famous street itself. Rambuttri is Khao San's more attractive, well behaved brother. The entire horse-shoe-shaped road takes around 30 minutes to walk along. This street has a great mix of guesthouses, restaurants, bars and street food stalls. Most of the shops are similar to those you find anywhere in the area selling the usual T-shirts, DVDs and other tourist trinkets.