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The 5 best breakfast restaurants in Bangkok

Wake your eyes up with gourmet brekkie and coffee aroma

Sansith Koraviyotin

The best breakfast restaurants in Bangkok

The Coffee Club

This all-day breakfast & brunch café from Australia has been treating Bangkokians to gourmet comfort food cooked fresh from top-grade ingredients dishes since 2010. As if to celebrate its successful seven years in the kingdom, its global head of culinary James Bradbury has decided to add three new alternatives to the currently-popular egg benedict menu. The highlight of which is the Bangkok Eggs Benedict, which refashions the western comfort food with a Thai twist, by infusing its signature Hollandaise sauce with Thai hot and spicy flavors – the first of its kind in the world.

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Phloen Chit

Brekkie

This small Phrom Phong restaurant reinvents yucky-looking health food into mouth-watering dishes using organic ingredients, especially the quinoa. Brekkie offers a wide selection of granola bowl, a perfect choice for a refreshing morning. Go for Maca Summer Bowl that comes with multi-types of grains and smoothies of spirulina power and acai berry powder

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Phrom Phong

Luka

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You may have heard of Pan Road where Bangkok’s grandest Hindu temple is located. But this narrow alley, which connects Silom and Sathorn roads, is also lined with cool galleries and dining venues. One of them is Luka, the Instagram-worthy spot offers a cool selection of all-day diner including its famous Breakfast Burrito with scramble egg, quinoa, cheese, sausage, avocado and tomato salsa.

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Bang Rak
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Chu

Chu is not only famous for its dessert, here you can find a wide range of yummy breakfast and  from the egg Benedict to the Chicken and Waffle which features tender fried chicken topped with Sriracha honey syrup as well as the Pulled Pork Waffle made with Joe Sloane’s pork, herbs, Jack Daniel’s BBQ sauce and Sriracha mayo. 

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Silom

Pâtissez

Though most people come to Pâtissez for the notorious Freakshakes (the over-the-top skyscraper-proportioned milkshakes with loads of colorful toppings), this Australian-born café also serves up an array of impressive all-day breakfast dishes. Bakers Breakfast comes with toasted croissant, scrambled eggs with cheese, crispy bacon and house-made barbecue sauce, while the lighter selection Smashed Avo sees a sourdough toast topped with layers of smashed avocado, roasted beetroot, and ricotta cheese. And no one stops you from ordering those monstrous milkshake to pair with your morning treats! 

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Phrom Phong

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