Tag Archives: Bangkok

The Commons – Bangkok’s New Hippest Space With Artisan Cafes, Restaurants, Market, Playground

[Bangkok] Restaurants, market and a playground. There are malls, but this same same but different. The Commons located at Thonglor Soi 17 is a much anticipated eco-friendly mall, filled with artisan cafes and eateries. This space known as “Thonglor’s backyard” is opened by none other than the people behind successful coffee shop Roast. Roast has […]

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Audrey Café des Fleurs – Flower Themed Café At Bangkok Emquartier Is Goodness Gorgeous

[Bangkok] Audrey Café & Bistro is said to be inspired by Audrey Hepburn, thus the feminine touch of elegance from its décor, uniform to presentations. In a short, a girly or ladies place – depending on how you see it. The Audrey Cafe des Fleurs at EmQuartier brings this theme even further, and it is […]

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The Bangkok EmQuartier Food Guide – 40 Mouth-Watering Restaurants & Cafes To Go For

[Bangkok] EmQuartier is the latest must-visit mall in Bangkok, superbly designed with a futuristic facade, containing A LOT of food choices. The mall is split up into three zones – The Glass Quartier, The Waterfall Quartier and The Helix Quartier, all connected by several walkways. It can be confusing at first, but makes sense after […]

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Vanilla Garden – Hidden Find. Bakeshop & Japanese Cafe Within A Garden At Bangkok

[Bangkok] Entering Vanilla Garden is like going in a rich man’s mansion. A fountain surrounded by greens and three separate buildings. Located at Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Ekamai 12) which is considered a café hotspot, a library, bake-house and Japanese style café sit in the premises. The front is a bakeshop, dressed in vintage factory fashion […]

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Raan Jay Fai – 400 Baht Drunken Noodles. Martha Stewart Said “The Best Cook In Thailand.”

[Bangkok] In Bangkok where cheap, affordable, tasty street foods are a dime in a dozen, finding Fried Drunken Noodle (Phad Kee Mao) in a run-down no-frills eatery that is sold at 400 Baht (SGD$15.80) came as a shocker. In Singaporean-language, we call this “lok”. “Wait, isn’t that one additional zero for its usual price?” We […]

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(Un)Fashion Bangkok – Vintage Fashion Shop & Café At Ekkaimai

[Bangkok] This trip to Bangkok, I decided to dedicate some days to venturing around Thong Lor and Ekkamai area, and realised how many cafes were so distinctly characteristic, and uncovered (at least for me). There were some “wow” moments, one in particular was (Un)Fashion Bangkok, recommended by Wilbur from AroiMakMak. It is about a 10 […]

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Roast EmQuartier – Good Coffee & Vibes, A Must Visit Cafe In Bangkok

[Bangkok] Roast has propelled to be one of the best cafés and brunch place to look out for in Bangkok. Its newest and second branch at The Helix of swanky mall EmQuartier makes it all the convenient to visit, connected right next to Phrom Phong BTS Station. (Read: Original Roast at Thong Lor) The reasons […]

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Rocket Coffeebar Bangkok – Bright & Beautiful, This Cafe Feels Like Home

[Bangkok] Rocket Coffeebar S49 at Thong Lor was one of those cafes after entering, I wished immediately that my future home could look like this. “This is simply gorgeous.” The coffee bar on Sukhumvit Soi 49 looks like it can land on the cover of a home and interior décor magazine. It was those particular […]

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Karmakamet Diner – Beautiful Secret World, If Experience Is All That Counts

[Bangkok] Seems like the secret world of Karmakamet Diner is not that secret anymore. The restaurant set in a traditional garden looks like a mystery sanctuary of sorts, and have attracted many to search for it. Karmakamet started as an essential oils shop at Jatujak JJ Market back in Year 2001, and has expanded to […]

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Doong Aroi Ded – Thai Style Wagyu Beef Noodle Soup At The Emquartier

[Bangkok] It is always fascinating to see street food being brought to a higher-end restaurants, then topped up with premium ingredients. My question is: Would the Thais pay that much more to eat something in a fancy restaurant that they can find in the streets. The answer is apparently “Yes”. Doong Aroi Ded located on […]

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