Cakes and Coffee ...I love thier Cakes especially Lemon tart and Chocolate Cake. Now, they are offering the meal for Breakfast, lunch and dinner as well. They offered the international & Thai food. We love it!
(Un) fashion cafe is in 850 m. walk. For those who want a cup of coffee while rummaging for vintage fashion, Ekkamai favorite Unfashion, which has been selling stylish secondhand shoes, bags and accessories since 2004, has now opened a café right next door. As you’d expect, the two-story café keeps…
“Ink & Lion cafe is located only 2 mins walk across the street. The cafe is not only well-known for its good quality coffee sourced from local experts but also modern interior; white paint, minimalist decor, lots of bare wood. Coffee is served in a range of formats: hot and cold espresso coffee in a range of styles, as well as pour-over drip coffee. Single Origin beans are on offer for the drip coffee. A selection of cakes is available, as well as some interesting non-coffee beverages and free WiFi.”
“This a green zone very close to Central Bangkok. There are plenty of activities such as cycling, rowing or just strolling in the lush greenery”
“Don’t want to cue up for 4 hours waiting for Jay Fai? Nhong Rim Khlong makes the steamy, delicious crab omelet that Michelin doesn’t know about. Just like Michelin’s crab queen, they use about 8-9 eggs in each omelet and are very generous with the crab meat. Unlike Jay Fai, the signature dish here will only set you back about B240 instead of up to B1,000. The queuing situation here might not be at Jay Fai levels, but there’s only about four bare-bones tables at Nhong Rim Khlong, so prepare to wait a bit. They whip up a pretty good crab fried rice, too.”