Chances are, you’d be enticed by its neon-lit signs, kitschy posters from the 70s and 80s or the ever-present crowd of boisterous locals and expats. Ding Dong has the sort of energy that draws you in, particularly when you’re yearning for a night of merrymaking - and it’ll be the best decision you’d make in a long while.
The reason is simple. Head chef Miller Mai doles out a moreish menu of Southeast Asian plates that are as experimental as it is authentic. (The well-stocked bar doesn’t hurt either.)