[Bangkok] Scene Bangkok Pâtisserie & Brasserie is a cafe paradise brought to life with an investment of… over 80 million baht. Wow.

Situated along the bustling Phran Nok Road – Phutthamonthon Sai 4, it spans almost 2 acres, and the grandeur of this establishment is quite awe-inspiring.

It all started with the owner’s lifelong fascination with baking.

During a tour in France, she had the opportunity to savor a tantalizing piece of lemon tart, an experience that left an indelible impression.

Inspired, she honed her baking skills and eventually fulfilled her dream of opening a café.

The Scene Bangkok is divided into three distinct zones: the main café, the bakery factory located behind it, and the enchanting garden area. Two parking lots are available, one in the front and a larger one at the rear of the café.

The front zone houses the main café, which overlooks the main road.

Designed in a modern French style, the compact building stands out with its pristine white façade, complemented by the lush greenery of the surrounding garden.

Sculptures, palm trees, and a fountain adorn the building’s sides, adding to its allure.

Inside, the café exudes elegance with its spacious and airy layout, thanks to its high ceilings.

The stylish and sleek décor, dominated by white and blue tones, is accentuated by arched features and black-and-white artwork.

At the heart of the café’s hall, a central open bar showcases the expertise of skillful baristas and bartenders. The bar is encircled by clear showcases displaying delectable pastries and baked goods.

Adjacent to the café is the expansive bakery factory, the heart and soul of this establishment.

It is here that the delectable creations are brought to life, destined to delight customers both within the café and beyond.

When it comes to the menu, Scene Bangkok offers of premium bakery and dessert options. From puffs, pies, croissants, and macarons to ice cream and an array of cakes – each item is as visually stunning as it is delicious.

The Love Potion (135.51 THB) boasted a delightful top layer of creamy chocolate, rich and indulgent.

This was followed by a middle layer of fresh milk, which balanced the sweetness, and a bottom layer of sweet strawberry jam.

Initially, the top layer alone was slightly sweet, but when I stirred it to mix all the layers, the flavours melded into a delightful mellowness.

The Strawberry Bomb (172.90 THB) a visually stunning drink with three-layers, featured a delicious strawberry smoothie as the top layer, adorned with a decorative piece of chocolate that added a touch of sophistication.

The middle layer consisted of fresh milk, blending with the luscious strawberry jam at the bottom.

The Amber Cake (303.74 THB) was a delectable creation that combined apple slices, cake, vanilla mousse, and the star of the dish, whisky.

The cake was enveloped in a chocolate coating and adorned with tangy yellow and orange leaf-shaped chocolate decorations.

The Bisous (214.95 THB) was a soft, velvet red lips-shaped cake.

Its exterior was adorned with cream and a sprinkling of sweet red powder, lending it a velvety texture. The luscious cream and tangy strawberry jam concealed within complemented each other well.

For those who prefer to enjoy the fresh air and admire the surroundings, the café also offers an open-air seating area outside the building—a perfect spot to unwind and capture memorable moments.

With its grand and elegant ambiance, the café provides the backdrop for capturing memorable pictures and sharing them on social media.

Scene Bangkok Pâtisserie & Brasserie
577 Phran Nok Phutthamonthon Sai 4 Rd, Bang Phrom, Taling Chan, Bangkok 10170, Thailand
Opening Hours: 7am – 10pm (Mon – Fri), 7am – 11:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Google Maps – Scene Bangkok

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* Written by DFD’s Bangkok Café correspondent Plernz @plernz.photography who is a photographer, dreamer and hopeless romantic. Daniel’s Food Diary paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


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