Brunching in Bangkok

Rocket Cafe Bangkok
If you land in Bangkok and you initially feel lost, you're not alone. This city is constantly expanding and changing so you always find something new. Don't worry though - we've got you covered for breakfast, at least. 
First rule - try a new place each morning and try and avoid the same place within the first week at a bare minimum. You'll thank yourself later once you discover a whole host of different areas and things to do. For example, I discovered a small Virtual Reality place by chance and spent an hour playing games and on another occasion stumbled across a very sleek Fitness First in the business district. Let yourself roam a bit.
These were some of the best breakfast and lunch cafes I came across whilst exploring Bangkok (also, use Uber. Save yourself the money).

Not Just Another Cup

Address: Sathon Nuea Rd - Soi Sathon 10, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

Phone: +66 2 635 3464

Friday 7am–7pm
Saturday 7am–7pm
Sunday 7am–7pm
Monday 7am–7pm
Tuesday 7am–7pm
Wednesday 7am–7pm
Thursday 7am–7pm

Not Just Another Cup Bangkok

Moroccan Eggs. That is all. Make sure you try this if you do venture out into Sathorn Soi 10. This cafe has a modern and homely feel as soon as you step inside that makes you want to get your laptop out and start doing work (an ideal thought, yet very hard to practice in real life). It is nestled in Soi 10, a very quick Uber ride from Asoke Station. There's a downstairs section which is ideal for your quiet dining or an upstairs area that is usually quite full and lively. Wherever you are in this cafe, you feel comfortable and cosy as if it is a unique and modern home. Definitely visit this cafe.


Address: สุขุมวิท, 6/9 ซอย สุขุมวิท 49/11 Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Friday 9am–6pm
Saturday 9am–6pm
Sunday 9am–6pm
Monday 9am–6pm
Tuesday 9am–6pm
Wednesday 9am–6pm
Thursday 9am–6pm

Brekkie Bangkok Thailand

For this cafe, I wouldn't recommend walking unless you're fairly close to it. I attempted a walk from Thong Lo Station and by the time I arrived, I was a sweaty mess. Another reason I wouldn't recommend walking is because the streets are quite narrow leading towards it leaving not too much room for cars, motorbikes and pedestrians. Definitely Uber!

This cafe is so cute and the service is exceptional. As soon as you arrive you are greeted by everybody and taken upstairs to the service area. One thing I'll mention is this cafe is huge - there's at least 3 levels, each accommodating modern and natural decor that add to this cafe's organic charm. Definitely try their fresh juices when you're here - they're all freshly made and put into Brekkie glass bottles. 


Address: 46 Klang Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Friday 10am–10pm
Saturday 10am–10pm
Sunday 10am–10pm
Monday 10am–10pm
Tuesday 10am–10pm
Wednesday 10am–10pm
Thursday 10am–10pm

 Organika Bangkok ThailandThis is probably the most charming and magical place I visited for breakfast. When you exit from the lift on the 5th floor, you're immediately surrounded with a beautiful soft fragrance that reminds you of a spa. The beautiful part is - it is a spa too. This incredible little area is white washed and an absolute botanical haven, something you won't find very often. The food is also exceptional - the baked eggs were served on a beautiful timber plate and the flavours were simply perfect. This place is worth your time. 


Address: 77 Sukhumvit 38 Alley, Khwaeng Phra Khanong, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Friday 9am–10:30pm
Saturday 9am–10:30pm
Sunday 9am–10:30pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 9am–10:30pm
Wednesday 9am–10:30pm
Thursday 9am–10:30pm
Toby's cafe bangok thailand
First thing to note about Toby's - they are closed on Mondays! I trekked there one morning in the heat and sun, realising the whole area was eerily quiet. When I arrived, there was a small note on the window mentioning that they are closed on Mondays. There were also 3-4 other tourists who had come at the same time as myself - we got an Uber out of there. If you do visit here, it's definitely worth the walk, at least up the alleyway. This street is so vastly different to the other areas in Bangkok and located in a very wealthy area. It is pristine and starkly different to the Soi I stayed in and was worth the walk. The food and coffee here is delicious too - try the Australian mussel dish served with a warm piece of toast for dipping into the sauce.

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