A smokehouse restaurant on the top floor of Foojohn Building
Converted shophouse Foojohn installed a quirky Paris-meets-Hong Kong vibe into the old Charoenkrung quarter by opening up a crepe house and a chic Prohibition-themed cocktail bar on the first two floors of the building. It’s recently unveiled the final addition to this multi-story project: a smokehouse restaurant and rooftop bar that serves perfectly charred barbecued plates and bourbon-based cocktails.
To complement the restaurant and bar below, SpareParts showcases a simple rustic charm via canteen-like furniture and walls plastered with old documents left behind by the original owners of Foojohn Building.
Chef-owner Caitlin Lee Chullasapya, the brains and muscle behind Deli Q food truck, doles out smoked goodies from the kitchen. The delicious barbecue platter features dry-rub ribs that have been smoked for six to eight hours with twelve different spices; 10-hour-smoked pull pork; Sriracha-smoked chicken wings; and pork belly burnt ends (B380 for one portion/B520 for two portions/B840 for four portions). Complete the feast with moreish potato wedges (B120) and a light coleslaw (B40). Sliders or sandwiches are stuffed with fillings like smoked chicken (B200) and spicy “Smokey Joe” (SpareParts’ version of Sloppy Joe).
The bar menu lists bottled beers and cocktails made with Evan Williams bourbon; try the Pineapple Express, which combines the smooth spirit with smoked pineapple, mint and brown sugar (B220).
|Venue name:||SpareParts Smokehouse|
3rd and 4th floor, Foojohn Building
Soi Charoenkrung 31
|Opening hours:||Open Wed-Sun 19:00-23:45|