Cafes to Visit in Bangkok Part 2

Bangkok, Southeast Asia
So my bestie (partner in crime) and I went to Bangkok again sometime this August. It was another fun and fulfilling trip with lots of eating. You can visit my previous blog entry on some cafes we had visited first time round: bit.ly/bkkcafes

And this time we went back with a vengeance with more places to explore. 🙂

We booked pretty last minute and found this boutique hotel near BTS National Stadium station named Happy 3 Hotel. Overall, if you are on tight budget and looking for a clean and minimalistic hotel, then you may consider this. Do note that you have to walk a small alley to reach the main road but it is still relatively safe.

Top view of pool from level 5

Another perk of staying there is that it is just few minutes away from this good massage place! The hot compress back thai massage was my fave.

We arrived Bangkok in the evening and we went to Siam Paragon looking for some authentic thai cuisine. Chanced upon this shop at level 1 but have no idea about the name as it is in Thai, except that it is beside Coffee Beans by Dao. Highly recommended!

 

If you are a big fan of salted egg lava croissant, you definitely have to drop by C.O.D.E pop-up store at Siam Paragon to try this salted egg lava charcoal toast! Click here to see the video of it.

Salted egg lava + shibuya toast + charcoal toast = 1000 calories! Lol

Next day, we headed to White Flower Factory located at Siam Sq 4th floor. The thai tea crepe cake with thai tea sauce is sinful but delish. But first, a thai milk tea to kick-start my day… I know, unhealthy breakfast. :p

 

 

 

Thai tea lovers, this is a must-try!

 

More cafes we went during our trip, that we did not cover the previously.

Rocket Coffeebar S49 46/12 Sukhumvit Soi 49. (At Piman 49)
This is one of the most popular cafes in which this top view picture should be familiar – you would have seen this on IG.

 

And situated opposite SkyRocket is D’Ark Cafe. The interior decor and the look/feel is the same.
Piman 49, 46 Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok, Thailand.
The ice cream were visually appetizing, with a smooth and creamy texture.

 

We took a lift up and chanced upon this modern and posh place but we were simply too full to explore, Organika House. Wish I could stay here longer.

 

Another hipster place called The Commons, housed a variety of cafes and is definitely the perfect place for laidback Sundays. Finally tried Roast’s brunch and was indeed awesome.

 

 

 

The just-wake-up face

They had my stamp of approval for Huevos Rancheros and Zuchchini Walnut Pesto! They do have another branch at EmQuartier but if you wanna soak into the ambience, then The Commons branch is the option for you.

 
Next cafe was Karmakamet Diner near EmQuartier. 
The colourful cotton candy dessert that comes with strawberry ice cream and cookies at the bottom. But this was served to us without us ordering which cost us SGD16; imagined our faces when we saw the bill. 😦
 

Before that we checked out Vanilla Cafeteria; I’d still prefer their flagship store of Vanilla Garden.

 

 

Wanted to go Casa Lapin x 49 but we ended up at Casa Lapin x 26! Feeding our hungry stomach after hours of walking and shopping! We took a cab heading to 49 but we drove past 26 instead and got off on the spot haha.

 

 

 

They served good food. O.m.g the carbonara is 👍!

After which, we went to this nearby cafe named Hello Strangers Cafe.

 

Matcha latte in their signature monkey brain glass

Been to Chin Mee Chin? If you like those traditional old school cafes, you can consider visiting On Luk Yun. We cabbed there for breakfast and we finished all of the items we ordered! I even takeaway their kaya. 🙂

 
Location: 72 Charenkrung Road Khwaeng Wang Burapha Phirom, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Negara Thai

Warning! Their kaya is really addictive.
That’s all folks! I can’t wait for my next BKK trip (which should be next year soon for my work trip)
Danceoff,
Salseralove

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