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Feel the Love in the Garden at Cubic 63

Fall in love with a new style of communal dining and experience a feeling of togetherness in a green al fresco food and drinks hub


BANGKOK: Cubic 63 – Your Everyday Dining Garden on Bangkok’s upbeat Ekamai Road (Sukhumvit63) presented a special Love in the Garden media event on Thursday, May 4 th , 2017 to sample the city’s ultimate after-work drinks and food venue.

A veritable feast of 11 fabulous foodie cabins serve an appetizingly international mix of dishes at Cubic 63, from delicious Mexican nachos to prime imported steaks, juicy home-cooked burgers and melt-in- the-mouth sashimi; with diners chowing down in the outdoor venue’s attractive communal garden. With wooden al fresco seats, a trendy faux lawn and small stage, Cubic 63 creates a funky, fun and fresh green oasis for neighborhood locals and the Ekamai after-work crowd as well as a cool night-time destination or pre-club dine-and- drinks stop-off.

The media evening introduces the delights of this contemporary style of casual city dining that does not take itself too seriously yet still serves up gourmet plates. Everyone attending the Love in the Garden event, showcasing Cubic 63, can enjoy their own individual style of food while experiencing a feeling of togetherness; a love of great food, a love of good company and a love of being outdoors in a restaurant garden setting.

After formally welcoming Love in the Garden guests to the unique environment of Cubic 63, members of the media will dine, enjoy live music and embrace their inner child with some social online games to create a community feel in the heart of the city.


For more information please call 089 693 6555 or https://web.facebook.com/EkamaiGourmet/


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