It’s time for an update!
Cafes in Bangkok!
I will be listing them in no particular order. Enjoy!
1. After You
they are highly popular with tourists and have since had many outlets pop up around Bangkok. They are famous for their Shibuya Honey Toast.
we visited the outlet at Siam Paragon’s Basement. there was about a 30 min wait for a table of 7.
shaved ice and bread soaked in sweetened condensed milk and milo chocolate sauce drizzled over the top. this was really good and very rich in flavour. it’s recommended to share though. we shared this with 7 people and there was barely enough but just nice to get a satisfying taste without it being too overboard.
Thick Toast with buttered insides topped with 2 scoops of ice-cream and served with honey that you can drizzle over.
This lived up to its expectations. Bread and ice cream always go well together. yummy!
2. Yingdew Homemade Cafe
This was located in Siam Square One.
Beautiful decor and lighting, great for taking pictures. hehe.
cookie base with marshmallow centre with their homemade vanilla bean ice cream
Matcha lava cake with brownie ice cream. Their ice cream was really fantastic.
we didnt have space in our stomachs for cakes. maybe next time!
3. White Flower Factory
we went to this place the night before just for desserts. the cakes are really delicious.
They are located in Siam Square One too.
beautiful interiors. we went there the next day for lunch, just the girls. this place is popular with the more affluent group. they have thai food available too, if you fancy thai food in a more comfortable environment.
4. Mango Tango
This is a popular Mango dessert chain store. We were at the Siam outlet.
Mango ice cream, with fresh mango, sticky rice and pudding. the mango ice cream didn’t stand out as much to me. again, this is one of the places where you want to have thai dessert in a comfortable setting as compared to buying them off the streets stalls.
5. Roast Cafe
Located in the Thong Lor area, a place popular with young locals and tourists who are into cafe hopping. It’s situated in the Japanese Area littered with Japanese bakeries and restaurants.
Vanilla bean shake and coffee (espresso ice cubes + milk)
the bread deserves a shoutout. the butter was oh-so-delicious. we kinda suspect they make their own butter? The bread was perfectly crusted that we had to ask for a second helping.
Truffle bacon pasta. good for sharing as it tastes quite rich.
Simple and good, just how it should be.
to be honest, i wouldn’t recommend this place as when we visited, they were sold out of almost everything, including their popular items. so we were very disappointed. and the service there was rather bad. so even with the nice decor, i wouldn’t recommend this cafe.
7. True Love @ Neverland (Husky Cafe)
Tucked away in a private housing estate, this Husky Cafe is indeed one of it’s kind. Highly recommended for dog lovers. you would not regret visiting this place!
Entrance fees are approx 350 Bhat/pax and comes included with a drink and cake. Pretty reasonable. You may check with the cafe for their visiting hours. They only allow their huskies to roam outdoors about twice a day and they spend the rest of the day indoors with aircon. Considering the hot Bangkok weather, this is understandable.
Before the visit, you would be briefed by the owner herself in thai followed by english, then you proceed to wash your hands, sanitise them and put on protective sleeves over your feet.
The place is very well taken care of and very clean. No pungent smell of dog’s pee etc. the handlers are also well trained and you can tell that they love the dogs very much. The place is considered a Husky Sanctuary.
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at the cafe so much so that we almost missed out flight back. *phew*
that’s all for cafe updates! i would recommend all the cafes we visited except Audrey Cafe. There are more cafes that we wanted to visit. But it was a very good trip all in all!