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10 really, really good bakery shops in Bangkok

Whatever sort of pastry you're craving, these bakeshops are here in the city for you to pop in (or call up) for a nice bite.

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Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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No matter how clean and healthy we decide to go on a day, we definitely can't deny our deepest love for some carbs in our system! Pastry is one of many carb-heavy things that we always spare some cravings in a day, whether it's a buttery croissant, a soft donut, or a sweet piece of cake. So allow us to recommend ten of the best bakeries around the city where you can find really, really good baked stuff.

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Phrom Phong

Scone lovers will love it here! Baker Bricks is a beloved café in Phrom Phong where various types of scones are highly popular. The plain one is only B55, while something different like cocoa chocolate chip scones (B60) and pearl sugar scones (B60) can't be missed.

Delivery: Line Man, Foodpanda, Line Account (@bakerbricks), or call 08 8626 4244

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Nong Khaem

Brioche from Heaven is run by Chef Gai Thanunya, the dessert chef who shoots to Thailand's culinary stardom thanks to her appearance on Iron Chef Thailand. The bakery boasts a big variety of brioche or French-style bread that the chef racks her brain to come up with intriguing recipes.

The cinnamon brioche is the shop's signature that you will find it so irresistible because of the overload of caramel sauce on top. Apart from the brioches, Chef Gai also snatches everyone's heart with her yuzu meringue that is one of the store's best-selling stuff.

Delivery: call 06 4847 0049, Lalamove, and Line Man

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Siam

Brix Dessert Bar is one that probably is in the heart of all sweet tooth folks around the city. Now located in Siam Paragon, the venue still cooks up many lip-smacking desserts and pastry that will definitely fill your stomach. Beignet is one of the highlights that attract everyone who loves donuts to come and try.

Delivery: Line Account (@brixdessertbar), Facebook Page, or call 0 2129 4836

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  • Bakeries
  • Phrom Phong

Custard Nakamura offers a variety of Japanese-style sweet and savory baked goods. Potato croquettes, pork sandwiches, strawberry shortcakes, custard buns and other delicious items are available at reasonable prices. Locals usually flock to the shop during lunch break.

Delivery: Line Man or call 0 2259 9630

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  • Cafés
  • Bang Na
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The brainchild of Oats X Somewhere, one of the city’s most popular lifestyle bloggers, Drop by Dough is a minimalist space that would feel right at place in central Copenhagen. The donuts here are soft and chewy cream-filled treats made with South Korea-imported flour. The flavors are rather exotic, such as raspberry with hints of aromatic rose, young coconut with crunchy coconut bits, or crème brûlée with vanilla and glazed with burnt sugar. A good selection of coffee is also available.

Delivery: Line Account (@dropbydough) or Line Man

  • Restaurants
  • Patisseries
  • Taling Chan

When it comes to the best croissant in the city, James Boulangerie surely holds a spot near to the top. This French-style bakery and café shot to pastry stardom because of its sought-after croissants, which lure the devoted to queue up as early as eight in the morning.

Sweet tooths are also tempted by the café’s other offerings, including its vanilla scones. The café is located pretty far from central Bangkok on Ratchaphruek Road, but the drive is definitely worth it.

Delivery: Line Man or call 06 4958 9588

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  • Restaurants
  • Patisseries
  • Rattanakosin

Kler Baker is all about the dedication to fusing the French style of bread-making with Thai sensibilities from various eye-popping (and mouth-watering, of course) fillings to create new creative ways of having bread.

They make everything from sweet to savory, but the highlights include the yellow crab curry filling (B85), the chicken sweet basil filling (B50), and the Thai foi thong and coconut cream sauce filling (B50).

There are also some mini pie menus like the green chicken curry filling (B80) and the spicy clam stir fry filling (B80).

Delivery: Line Man, Facebook Page, or call 0 2550 6315 and 08 8003 5882

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  • Café bars
  • Silom
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Kokopan is a bakeshop that focuses on adding Japanese tweaks to its wide-ranging pastry offerings like croissants, donuts, and sandwiches. Mini croissants are actually what make the store become Silom people's favorite. Every piece promises strong buttery scent alongside the full-on fillings that come in seven choices, including milk cream, cookie cream sauce, salted egg, Oreos, matcha, hojicha, and crème brûlée. The price starts at B20 per piece.

Delivery: Line Man, Line Account (@kokopan), or call 09 5654 4560

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Ari

Thanks to Oktoberfest that has now been celebrated all over the world, you must have been so much familiar with Bavarian food and beer. But do you know that Bavarian breads have more kind than just sourdough and pretzel? Now, your chance to explore the many more varieties of Bavarian bread is here, with Landhaus, a new bakery in Ari that has taken the concept and recipes from its bigger sister in Austria, Gragger & Cie, to become one of the very few places in Bangkok that offers the most authentic Austrian-Bavarian taste.

With the name that means ‘a farmhouse’ in German, the bakery flaunts itself as its name suggests: a tiny, homey white house with raw-cement walls, natural wood furniture, and a giant wooden table loaded freshly baked goodies—the space is all decorated in a bare minimal manner. In one corner, a coffee machine is at the ready to brew you smell-so-good coffee from beans from Northern part of Thailand.

Despite adopting the Austrian-born recipe, Landhaus opts for a sustainable (and more practical and affordable) approach by making breads using locally sourced, natural ingredients—all of which will be carefully baked in a custom-made wood-fired oven built after the original oven at Gragger & Cie in Austria. (The bakery also donates leftover breads to a neighboring school or anyone in need instead of throwing them away.)

The menu comes packed with loaded choices of pastry. Being indecisive? Go for one of their sets. The Austrian breakfast set (B250) comes with a choice of cooked egg, a basket of four kinds of bread, Austrian honey, cherry jam and a coffee. We also like locally made Leberwurst (B125), pork liver pâté, that served with sourdough breads. Opt for lunch options that let you pick your bread, veggies and meats for your sandwich dish (B240), and end your light meal with sweet baked good like apfelstrudel or apple strudel, a popular Austrian pastry filled with apple. Landhaus also churns out Thai-inspired items like Danish rolls with coconut and pandan, and bread loaves with seasonal Thai grains.

Delivery: Facebook Page or call 0 2165 0322

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Ekamai

As the immense hype about croissants in the city is still on, let's meet another pastry powerhouse in the city Susan Croissant. This bakery is specialized in churning out homemade croissants with creative twists that will never stop intriguing your sweet cravings.

What you should try here includes Frido or the cronuts that used to be globally hyped and salted egg croissant (B35), custard & raspberry croissant (B159), spinach croissant (B32), and bacon & mushroom cronut (B159).

Delivery: Line Man or Line Account (@susan.c)

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