Dangling lights brightly illuminate this hard-to-find café, which is situated in a centuries-old house on Soi Tha Klang. Based on customer feedback, going through the trouble of searching for it is worth it. A combination of European and Asian dishes make up its menu, as well as coffee crafted from beans sourced in Chiang Mai.
Bright magenta chairs, intricate lamps, colorfully painted walls, and a plethora of greeneries create a welcoming atmosphere at Little Market. Tucked in a shophouse, the small café is owned by Thomas Menard (the man behind Speedy Grandma and Soy Sauce Factory), photographer Jason Michael Lang, and former Ce La Vi chef Chet Adkins. Located at Charoenkrung Soi 28, the café is known for its burgers, breakfast plate, and muesli.
Roast is one of those places responsible for starting the Bangkok brunch café fever. Its industrial interiors are pared-down but offer visual respite from overly decorated dining venues. Its mouth-watering comfort food—fries, steaks, salads, crispy chicken—will leave you wanting more. Drop by at any of its two branches: the top floor of tourist favorite The Commons in Sukhumvit and the first floor of the Helix Quartier near Phrom Phong station.
The gluten, soy, egg, and dairy-free products here make Theera a favorite among those in search of healthy fare. Try their low fat, low sugar wholewheat soy buttermilk waffle, cupcakes, gingerbread cake, and brownie banoffee.