If I lived in Bangkok, I'd become a regular here. My Thai colleagues took me here for deserts and coffee after dinner and I think it's one of the most unique, beautiful, romantic, magic and atmospheric places I've ever been. Both, restaurant and cafe are in two separate brick buildings adorned with lots of greenery and a little garden in between, and the decorations are a bizarre and beautiful collection of antiques and paintings. You sit on beautiful old sofas in dimmed light and have a wide range of absolutely delicious cakes and tartes to chose from. They also offer very good tea and coffee and fresh smoothies. I wish I could transfer Puritan in my neighbourhood - it would become my second home.
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