The original creator of the Freakshake opens a café in Bangkok
The Freakshake, a milkshake of skyscraper proportions, has come to Bangkok, courtesy of newly opened Australian café Patissez. This intense, creamy concoction features thick slush, chunky cake bits, an overload of whipped cream and candy-colored toppings. Originally created by Pâtissez in 2015, this sinful and monstrous treat has spawned copies worldwide.
Now, after expanding to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Pâtissez has set foot in Bangkok with the aim of reclaiming credit for its trademark product. Tucked on the ground floor of new lifestyle and residential complex Parc39, Patissez features rustic wooden furniture, indoor plants and a giant floor-to-ceiling glass window that allows plenty of natural light to filter in.
The Freakshake (B230) is offered in five different flavors. Chocolate fiends will fall in love with the Pretzella, a Nutella-flavored milkshake topped with lots of whipped cream and pretzels. Only available in Bangkok is a Thai milk tea-inspired version that comes with ganache of white chocolate and a hint of coconut.
The café also serves all-day brunch dishes such as pork belly burger (pork pieces roasted with maple syrup, crispy taro and spicy mango salad, B380) and barbecued pork ribs served with crispy taro and mashed potatoes (B420). Plans are in motion to carry the Freakshake concept over to made-to-order birthday cakes.
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