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This place is really nice for chill afternoon with a friend. The drink I ordered wasn’t really what I was expected. But my friend really enjoyed it. Btw it’s a pretty good spot for those instagramer out there
Funky narrow three tiered shop serving fabulous coffee and iced drinks. Snacks and light meals available. Friendly folk do a great job despite it being hectic at times.
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First impressions: It's walking distance from Wat Phra, easy to navigate (located in an alley near the pier). Very small, vertical cafe, but the design is really pretty. We had a pretty big party of six, so they put us at the third floor with...just a table and pillows, so we were a lil cramped. The pipes were covered with some sort of cushion in case someone hits their head on them. But all's good!
Food (it's really pretty btw):
1. Muddy Mocha Brownie: chocolatey, sweet... if you're a chocolate lover and have a sweet tooth, you'd enjoy this (I mean... obviously). (4/5)
2. Open toast (Blueberry&Caramel&Coffee Mascarpone): slight charcoal and burnt taste to the toast. But the blueberries and coffee tasted great together. A little to much mascarpone for my taste, and not enough caramel. But it was a tasty dessert. (4/5)
3. Blue whale sour: erm... this was recommended on Seth Lui or Daniel Food Diary (I think) and I... didn't like it. It was just sour and watery. Picturesque drink though. (2/5)
4. Pan-Seared Salmon with Stir-fried Eringi & Basil: YES YES YES! Unexpectedly our favourite dish at the cafe. The salmon was crispy, flaky, and well-seasoned, the bed of eringi and basil was perfect, and the fish and chili sauce complimented the fish. Perfect with the rice. A must try. 5/5More
This cute little shop Feeling relaxed like going under the deep sea. Beautifully decorated and delicious food, popular drink The signature of the restaurant is Butterfly Pea Latte (120 baht). It's very good.
Little cafe in the side street close by the Grand palace. Small but cosy and staff is very friendly with smiles.
There was already a queue outside and we were first seated to he ground floor and then move to the second floor. Space is...narrow but still a great place to hang out or go for a break from travelling.
Food is superb. I ordered the blue latte which is very good and so is the chocolate mousse with ice cream. Food presentation is very good and food is healthy and tastyMore
I visited around 3-4 PM. It was pretty crowded since tourists came to this area for the grand palace. The food was average the beverage was good. The place is well decorated with a strong concept. Love the vibes from the atmosphere and the staffs....The staffs were very helpful with smiles on their faces regardless of how busy they were.More