16 Feb Bangkok Cafes: 3 Cafes in 3 Hours
I was recently in Bangkok for an exciting campaign shoot for online fashion house Pomelo (more on that next month!), it was a super quick trip, but we managed to find 3 hours of spare time before our flight back to Singapore. In those 3 hours, we obviously do what Singaporeans love to do best – Cafe hop! Here’s what we managed to cover, and what you can easily cover, whenever you have a bit of time in Bangkok.
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Patom Organic Living
Located in Thonglor’s residential neighbourhood, the spacious natural-light-filled cafe is essentially a modern glasshouse encapsulating Patom’s belief in balanced living. The space houses locally-sourced products from groceries to lunchboxes. Their outdoor area is occasionally used to hold food markets, selling fresh produce from the local network of farmers.
Address: 9/2 Sukhumvit 49/6 (Soi Prompak), Klongtan-Neur, Wattana, Bankok 10110 Thailand
Opening Hours: 9am – 6:30pm
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It’s apparent that this double storey concept cafe’s interior is influenced by the primary ingredient used in the menu – sugar. Here, you’ll see soft pastel tones and stylish crystalline shapes and structures. The menu features dainty desserts and delectable French-Japanese brunch items. If you’d like to go one step further into the dessert making process, make your way to the DIY Fondant Corner located on the second level.
Address: 27 Sukhumvit 61, Klongtan-nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 8:30pm
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The first thing that greets you as you enter this cafe is its homely and rustic vibes. Their menu offerings also reflect the country-living vibe and make for a hearty and lovely meal. What we tried and will be back for: their creamy and flavourful Penne Alfredo with Mushroom and Broccoli.
Address: 28/10 Sukhumvit 61 (Soi Major Cineplex Ekamai)
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm
Other Cafes we Recommend:
Although we didn’t have time to visit more cafes, these were the ones we wished we had the chance to visit:
Nestled in the cluster of cafes in the Ekkamai neighbourhood is this quaint Japanese compound consisting of two cafes and one library – Vanilla Bakeshop, Vanilla Cafe and Sauce. Opt to seat outdoors with a crispy cronut because that’s where you’ll get the best view of its luscious and cinematic garden.
Address: 53 Ekkamai Soi 12,Sukhumvit Soi 63 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 7am – 10pm
Don’t judge this Japanese eatery by their earthy industrial exterior. This is a coffee house the locals patronise, so you know how good the food and drinks are going to be. Even if you don’t go for the food, this spacious establishment is great for people-watching and enjoying meaningful conversations over their matchas.
Address: Ekkamai 12 and Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm
I hope you enjoyed this really short guide we put together, let us know in the comments below if you have any more recommendations for cafes in Bangkok! I hope to be doing more cafe guide series, just stay close to the blog and my socials! x