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Well, something different. Small, pokey, and kinda “cute” but not a bad little cafe if you’re in the area as there’s not too much else around (from what I’m aware of). This place sit on Sukhumvit road between Thonglor and Phrom Phong BTS stations and although is known for their cakes and other sweets/deserts they have good selection of other food like eggs on toast, sandwiches and few other things (check the menu out in the photo gallery).

The Experience

Well I did (and always do) come with my laptop/tablet and it was probably a little to cozy to setup and use the laptop and get your food served as well. There’s only a small downstairs area with about 3-4 tables. There is an upstairs area and forgive me for not checking it out, but I can’t comment. The overall building size is quite small so I’d imagine it can’t be too big. I’ve been here twice now however and both time the place was only half full.

The first time I ordered a coffee, and although not the best coffee in Bangkok, it was definitely worth returning to if I were in the area. The second time I stopped to try their poached eggs on toast – not bad! The poached eggs were cooked and presented really well with a full runny yoke and the toast was…well…Thai toast (Very thick and perhaps a bit sweet – but not too sweet).

The coffee again was as I remembered and although doesn’t rank with Ink and Lion or One Ounce for Onion, it’s a good coffee.

I wouldn’t call it my “best breakfast in Bangkok”, but it’s not bad.

Thought Leaving

Got what I needed – a good feed, good coffee and good price.

What I Will Remember

The coziness – probably a negative thought as I don’t really like cozy places – prefer the more spacious cafe’s.

Will I Go Back?

Yeah I’d go back if I’m in the area – but I wouldn’t go out of my way to come back.


919 Sukhumvit Rd. (main street between soi 49 and 51 )

Getting There

I’d say BTS to Thonglor and walk – it’s probably a 5 minute walk from Thonglor station.


Good! Good! Good! you can eggs for about 150 baht (scrambled) and then if you move up to your more fuller dishes like pastas and heavy sandwiches you starting at 200 baht and going up to 300 or a little more. The Coffee (cappuccino) is 85 baht.


You can check out their Facebook page here.


OK! -I’ve used it on both visits and never had a problem – good speed too.

What to Expect
  • Location
  • Price
  • Food Quality
  • Coffee Quality


Good variety of food – but a bit too cozy for me.

User Review
3 (1 vote)


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