If you can only visit one café in Bangkok, this would be it!

Bangkok café: SHUGAA  Being able to visit SHUGAA was indeed a dream come true. If I ever own a café, this would be exactly what I’d picture it to be — fun, pastel-toned interiors, pink chairs, rose gold frames.  If you thought that desserts this good- looking probably don’t taste as good as they look, SHUGAA is here to prove you wrong. Everything we had here - from drinks to desserts - was absolutely a-m-a-z-i-n-g! 


I'd crown this the most colourful café in Bangkok

NAHIM CAFE x HANDCRAFT  In all honesty, this is the most colourful café I’ve stepped foot in. Every little corner of this little space is filled with  colours and cute stuffs - from tea bottles with funny stickers pasted on them to quirky badges and pins. Even their food  looks too cute to be eaten. Well, just look at that strawberry milkshake! It’s worth noting that their food not only looks  good, but taste equally good! 


What's a trip to Bangkok without Shibuya honey toast?

AFTER YOU  Being one of the two most sought-after cafes, this popular dessert chain has evolved over the years,  with branches scattered all around Bangkok.  Their Shibuya Honey Toast was mind-blowing —  never had I ever thought that something so simple could taste so insanely good.  Another must-try would be their Thai Milk Tea Kakigori!  


And of course, thai milk tea mille crêpes that's not to be missed!

AUDREY CAFE & BRISTRO  They are known for their mille crêpes, so we had to get them in both flavours!    Their signature Thai milk tea one was our favourite,  as it was not overly sweet and there’s a subtle tea fragrance every bite! Their Milo version was a tad too rich but I still enjoyed it very much!  I must say that these mille crêpes certainly did live up  to its hype and I’ll definitely come back for more. 


Love all things pink? You'll want to stay here forever!

Bangkok café: MATCHBOX PINKPLANTER  This is the perfect stop to take a rest when you're too tired from all the around you'll be doing around Siam Square. Don't forget to get their irresistibly cute macaron ice-cream - it comes in many different cartoon characters!  Matchbox is a shopping heaven that holds a lot of local designer brands, very similar to Sense of Style.


fancy a cup of tea?


Bangkok café: BIG KNIT  The place to spend a lazy afternoon as you enjoy their extensive selection of tea in the cosiest spot, surrounded by colourful yarns and knitted toys. 

Anyone heading to Bangkok soon?

If you've a major sweet tooth (like me!), here's a list of cafés you have to check out in Bangkok. Not only do they serve fine-looking desserts that taste as good as they look, their interiors are absolutely spot on! 
Well, even if you're not big on desserts, check out my Bangkok brunch guide - it might just be what you're looking for! 

Let me know if you have any other recommendations! :-)