Do you love brunch about as much as you love breathing? Well, if you do, then this post about brunch in Bangkok is for you!
Because if you know me, and read my blog even a little bit:
Then you know that I LOVE eating. And when I’m not eating, I’m thinking about eating.
And my favorite meal of the day?
Yup, you guessed it, BRUNCH!
I mean, you get all of the awesomeness of breakfast, but without that pesky little problem of having to get up wicked early in the morning.
Brunch really is the perfect meal of the day since it perfectly pairs my love of sleep with my love of breakfast related carbs like pancakes, waffles, toast, biscuits, and more!
Nom, nom, nom.
So, if you’re already starting to salivate all over the place, and are in desperate need of a moist toilette, then continue onwards my friend and learn about 10 AMAZING’ restaurants where you can enjoy a wicked awesome brunch in Bangkok.
The brunch game in Bangkok really is THAT strong! So, may the force of your elastic waist pants be with you as you read this post and contemplate ingesting all this glorious food.
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***Not sure where to stay in Bangkok? I stayed at the Patumwan House and enjoyed it. I mean, is it the greatest hotel in Bangkok? No, but for just $40 per night, you get a comfy bed, a warm shower, and a spacious room that includes a small kitchenette (Perfect for storing all my snacks! HOORAY). Plus, this hotel is really well located and within walking distance of a ferry stop and Ratchathewi station, which sits along the Sukhumvit Line of the BTS.***
1. Crepes & Co.
I bet you didn’t think that you’d find a crepe place on this list of amazing spots for brunch in Bangkok, did ya???
Low and behold, dreams really do come true since this restaurant serves up some wickedly wonderful crepes that I had ZERO problem devouring.
And with amazing sweet and savory crepe options like the spicy sausage crepe, the marinara crepe, the banana chocolate crepe, and the greek crepe, there really is something for everyone at this amazing creperie.
Even if their extensive menu doesn’t include anything that tickles your fancy (including a variety of non-crepe related items like salads and various pasta dishes), not to worry because this fantastic eatery has a build-your-own crepe option too!
Feel free to get creative, embrace your inner Julia Child, and design the crepe of your wildest, gastronomic dreams.
The service here is impeccable and the decor has a refined, French bistro feel that instantly transports you to the charming, cobblestoned streets of Montmartre, Paris.
If you’re not sure where to go for a delicious brunch in Bangkok, then Crepes & Co. is the perfect place for you.
You can even pre-order your meal online too (thanks modern technology). Just be prepared for the bill since the food here isn’t cheap, but definitely worth the high price tag.
Address: 124 9:53 (Nine-Fifty Three) Community Mall Sukhumvit 53 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Nearest BTS Station: Thong Lo (There is also another location near the Chit Lom BTS Station)
2. The Coffee Club
This Aussie inspired, Thai owned restaurant is total brunch perfection from the moment you step through the door.
Picture sleek, light wood floors, steely gray cushioned seats, quaint hanging plants, and hip, modern light fixtures that all come together to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that you’ll love.
The only thing that you’ll love more than the decor here is the FOOD!
And speaking of food (Talk about a smooth segway. LOL.):
Yup, it’s pure, unadulterated brunch divinity since the menu showcases a wide array of Western brunch classics like poached eggs with avocado toast, the Big Breakfast (eggs, bacon, sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, and toast), pancakes, waffles, and more!
I loved The Coffee Club’s avocado smash with poached eggs, hummus, grilled halloumi and toast since the creaminess of the egg paired perfectly with the saltiness of the halloumi.
But, if you REALLY wanna bring a food coma on:
Then feel free to pair your brunch with an ever-indulgent, wicked awesome, chocolate Nutella frappe.
Yeah, we’ll pretend like it’s an actual drink and not just a dessert that is disguised as a beverage.
You’re obviously JUST drinking this frappe so that you can cool off from the intense heat of Bangkok. Right (wink, wink)?
If that frappe sounds a bit too sugary for you, not to worry because they also have an amazing selection of different espresso-based drinks like lattes, macchiatos, flat whites, and cappuccinos.
Address: Multiple locations throughout Bangkok
3. Cafe Tartine
Who knew that Bangkok was brimming over with a wealth of fantastic restaurants that specialize in serving authentic, and totally delicious, French-style cuisine?
Yeah, not this chick right here. That’s for sure.
It’s 100% true since charming little eateries, like Cafe Tartine, are serving up decadent dishes that will definitely elevate you to a state of brunch induced euphoria.
Step inside this light, bright, modern eatery and enjoy an assortment of fantastic little decorative flourishes, like baguettes, French cookbooks, and exquisite flowers everywhere, that all perfectly come together to make you feel as though you’re actually walking along the shores of Paris’ majestic, Seine River (if only it was really that easy to travel to Paris).
However, if you REALLY want to be transported back to Paris:
Then check out their fantastic brunch menu, which includes iconic French dishes like croissants, Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine, Quiche, and so much more.
There’s even a build your own omelet menu that you can order from if nothing on the menu is making your stomach do backflips of joy.
I ordered a latte and a Provencal Omelet, which was a classic, egg omelet that was cooked with a mix of fresh vegetables and some Enetheller Swiss Cheese.
My omelet even included a side salad and a small portion of potatoes au gratin.
And while the coffee was mediocre at best:
The flavor and the freshness of the food here really stood out to me. I also loved that the potatoes were done in a very traditional, French style that really enhanced the authenticity of the cuisine here.
If you’re looking for a very merry French brunch experience, then Cafe Tartine is where it’s at.
Definitely try and get here early on either a Saturday or Sunday since WAY more brunch entrees are available to you during the weekend.
Address: 65 2 Witthayu Rd, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330
Nearest BTS Station: Phloen Chit
4. (Not Just) Another Cup
Ready for an ultra-bougie brunch that will make you feel like a total hipster?
And I promise I mean that in the BEST possible way.
Because if you are, then (Not Just) Another Cup is the super-sleek, delightfully cool cafe of your dreams.
Filled with chic, marble countertop tables and floor to ceiling windows that let in ample amounts of light:
This posh, modern cafe has an extensive brunch menu that includes a delicious variety of entrees that are also vegan, vegetarian, and keto-friendly too!
This fantastic eatery is a total must for anyone who has dietary restrictions but who still wants to enjoy a delicious brunch in Bangkok.
The only problem?
Choosing between a wide variety of dazzling dishes like french toast, avocado toast, eggs benedict, and more.
Now, while I was here:
I dared to be mildly different and ordered a breakfast burrito bowl, which consisted of scrambled eggs, avocado, chedder cheese, grilled Haloumi cheese, kidney beans, tomatoes, kale, and quinoa.
I ate the whole thing, which is saying something since I don’t even really like quinoa!
If you’re looking for something to order, then you definitely can’t go wrong with that dish, even though everything on the menu looked pretty dang scrumptious.
Do not forget to order a coffee while you’re here since this latte was definitely one of the best I’ve had in Bangkok.
Address: 75/1 Sathon Soi 10, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500
Nearest BTS Station: Chong Nonsi
5. Brainwake Cafe
Looking to take your brunch game to the next level while you’te in Bangkok?
If you are, then look no further then Brainwake Cafe.
Not only is their menu diverse, and packed with some awesome, totally veg freindly entree items, but this place has a cozy feel about it that makes you want to sit back, relax, and enjoy a nice latte or a cappucino.
And added bonus?
They evem have a full bakery onsite, so you can always order something small, like a croissant, if you’re not feeling particulialry hungry.
For me, that would be NEVER, but that’s a story for another post.
And yes, they also serve a wide variety of desserts too, including a wicked awesome selection of ice creams that make the perfect way to beat the intense Bangkok heat.
You kind of have to eat ice cream to stay cool. I mean, it’s for your health (wink, wink)!
Anyway, casting all dellusions aside:
The staff here are also super friendly and asked me multiple times if everything was okay. Something that I truly appreciated.
Now, since I am the worst blogger ever (quietly sobs in the corner):
I totally forget the name of the dish I ordered. I know, I know. Totally blogger party foul for sure.
What I do remeber is that it was this spicy, stir-friend tofu and veggie entree that had a light brown sauce drizzled on top.
It even came with a delightful little bowl of brown rice.that helped me cope with the intense heat of my meal (Intense in a good way since i like spice).
And, not surprisingly:
Yeah, the food here was delicious, as was the coffee.
Which is kind of obvious since this place never would have made my list of top brunch spots in Bangkok if the food sucked.
Whether you’re creaving a light snack, a hearty meal, or just a great cup of coffee, Brainwake Cafe is the perfect addition to any Bangkok itinerary.
Because trust me:
We all need to eat, so why not make it something good?
Address: 27/1 Sukhumvit 33 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110
Nearest BTS Station: Phrom Phong (There’s another location near the Thong Lo station too)
6. Rocket Coffee Bar
I don’t know about you:
But I am very much an anti-morning person.
I see the morning, hear the birds chirping, and kind of die a little inside.
You know what ALWAYS makes mornings better?
And trust me, you will have no problem getting your caffeine fix at Rocket Coffee Bar in Bangkok.
They even have this wonderful, weekday offer where if you buy one coffee, between 7:00 am and 9:00 am, you can get your second one free.
I just died and went to heaven.
Because let’s be honest:
Is there really anything better than free coffee? Yeah, I think not!
If that epic coffee of yours has left you feeling a wee bit peckish, then you’re in luck since this chic, modern coffee bar has an extensive brunch menu for you to peruse through.
Sit back, relax and choose between a variety of delectable, Scandinavian themed entrees like the herbed omlet, Rocket’s Benedict (aka Eggs Benedict with chorizo), the scrambler (toast, scrambled eggs, and sour cream), the berry berry waffle, etc.
During my visit:
I decided to be mildly healthy and get the yogurt bowl, which (DUH) consisted of Greek yogurt, fresh srawberries, and home made granola.
It wasn’t anything super fancy but it was still totally delicious with the combination of the sweet strawberries, tangy yogurt, and crunchy granola.
Address: 149 Sathon Soi 12 Alley, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500
Nearest BTS Station: Chong Nonsi
7. Theera Healthy Bake Room
Anyone else get a little nervous when a cafe has the word “healthy” in it’s name?
I know I do.
I see the word, “healthy” and immediately think that they’re gonna serve me a bowl of grass clippings and call it the best brunch in Bangkok.
Mulch was not on the menu at Theera Healthy Bake Room.
I found an array of totally appealing vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free entrees that would make even the meatiest of eaters want to become a herbivore.
But wait, it gets better!
They even have this fantastic, weekday morning, breakfast special where you can order a variety of different entrees, with a coffee or tea, for just 199 Baht.
Pretty sweet deal right?
During my visit, I opted for the pancakes, which, interestingly enough, were served with peanut butter, honey, banana, and home made granola.
And while the combination seemed a bit odd at first, it was totally delicious!
My only tiniest criticism was that I kind of wished there was a bit more honey to moisten the pancakes.
That tiniest of downsides didn’t prevent me from devouring my plate of pancakes.
If you’re looking for a place where you can indulge in a brunch that you won’t feel totally guilty about, then Theera Healthy Bake Room is where you want to be.
Address: 67/9-10 Sukhumvit 42 Alley, Khwaeng Phra Khanong, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110
Nearest BTS Station: Ekkamai
Come with me:
Let’s frolic through a menu filled with avocado toast, baked eggs with chorizo, quinoa-stuffed bell peppers, and acai bowls.
Sounds dreamy right?
Minus the whole quinoa thing since I’m not really a huge fan and think it tastes like dirt.
Not that I’ve ever eaten dirt, but I digress.
Because what I’m trying to say, rather poorly, is that Brekkie is the brunch place of your dreams.
Because trust me:
Between the whitewashed, brick walls, the exquisite modern light fixtures, and the epic brunch menu, it’s hard to find anything to dislike about this place.
I don’t even really like honey, and I HOOVERED my honey, berry, and ricotta toast.
It was so light, bright, and flavorful, that I really had a hard time not ordering a second entree.
I managed to restrain myself.
Actually, scratch that.
My wallet is what really restrained me since I didn’t have a ton of cash on me at the time.
This place is a bit far from the BTS station, but it’s all good.
The more calories that you burn while walking here = the more you can eat once you get here.
Anything I can do to justify eating more is totally fine by me.
Address: 6/9 Soi Promsri North, Klongtan, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Nearest BTS Station: Phrom Phong
9. D’ark Coffee
So nice, it made the list twice!
No, not this list silly. My other list of the best spots for breakfast in Bangkok!
This fine purveyor of coffee and breakfast-related yumminess really is soo good, that it just HAD to be featured in both posts.
Sorry, but it was my gastronomic duty to you.
Because somehow, D’ark Coffee manages to perfectly pair exquisite, industrial-style decor with divinely delicious entrees, like Manama Eggs.
Not only was this dish served to me with a warm, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside roll, but the scrambled eggs were perfectly cooked, and slightly runny, creating a rich and creamy texture that superbly complimented the avocado, tomato, pepper, onion, and chili sauce in my entree.
Because this place caters to a slightly more Millennial-minded clientele, there are a ton of vegan and vegetarian options on the menu, like the Riceberry Quinoa Bowl (Yeah, it definitely doesn’t get any more Millennial than that).
The only slight downside?
Yeah, this place is kind of expensive.
As a result:
A breakfast entree and latte here will easily cost you upwards of $15 per person,
And while that’s cheap by NYC standards, it definitely a bit steep for Bangkok.
If you do decide to stop by, be prepared to pay for the culinary greatness that awaits you within.
Not surprisingly, this place is uber popular.
If you can, try and visit right when they open, at 7:00 am (especially during the weekend).
You can beat the crowds here and snag an awesome table.
Address: 48/1 Soi Sukhumvit 49, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110
Nearest BTS Station: Thong Lo (Yes, it’s about a 15-minute walk from the station but scout’s honor, this place is totally worth the walk)
10. Gram Cafe and Pancakes
Tell me, my fellow carb-loving, brunch enthusiasts:
Would a list of top spots for brunch in Bangkok really be complete without at least one pancake joint?
I think not!
Because pancakes are like the lifeblood of any and all epic brunch experiences.
If I don’t see any delicious pancakes on the menu, then in just ain’t the brunch place for me.
Gram Cafe and Pancakes
When it comes to food, my foodie philosophy has always been, go BIG or go home.
I just HAD to order the premium pancakes, which included a stack of 3, super fluffy, ultra-moist pancakes, that were also served with maple syrup, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.
Just think of Jiggly Puff from Pokemon and you’ll have some idea of just how soft and fluffy these pancakes really were.
Want to make a good thing even better?
Then chase this plate of deliciousness down with a nice cappuccino, and you’ll have the perfect start to a killer day in Bangkok.
Address: 991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330
Nearest BTS Station: Siam