The best brunches in Bangkok
After the success of their first branch in Soi Langsuan, All Six To Twelve opened their second spot providing modern Thai and fusion dishes and space for private parties or special events in an industrial-style setting. Of the particular note are klua kling moo tod, northern & Isan style sausage, capellini prik ong and French fries with dried chili paste.
This kitchen serves fresh flavourful contemporary dishes that are truly simple and natural. Using organic and pesticide-free ingredients, they are a part of the Thai Green Market Group for the use of clean sustainable cooking with fresh local produce. Eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce, vegetarian frittata and kraprao quinoa are some of the hearty dishes they are known for.
The highlight of Gram Cafe is the organic egg that are cooked with creativity. Not just a typical scrambled, boiled, or fried for a sunny side up, a poached egg is coated with breadcrumbs, then deep fried and topped with delicious mushroom dressing in their Creamy Crispy Egg. Salmon Royal Pancake is served similar to eggs benedict, but with the pancake base. Other non-eeg dishes are also available such as quinoa salad and soft-shell crab burger.
A perfect place for gathering, The Lucky room is located in the Bangkok city center. From Western luxurious cuisines to Japanese secret recipes, they offer all sort of dishes that will satisfy yours and your friends’ appetite. Of course, that means there will be no more arguments over “what and where on earth should we eat?” For the Western food lovers, you can enjoy their real “Big Breakfast” with the selections of sausages and eggs, or their homemade special pancake for a lighter meal. On the other hand, Tokyo Stamina Beef Set is a perfect dish to satisfy your Japanese craving with onsen egg on top of tender beef, japanese rice, mini salad, and miso soup.
This is an all-day breakfast that starts serving since 7am! They offer 7 green smoothies to wake you up in the morning. Their salads are packed with nutrients from rocket, beets, quinoa, cheese, and tangy dressings. French toasts are served with seasonal fruits full of vitamins and minerals. They also serve a selection of drinks from espresso to hot chocolate.
Literally translated as “the cafe of trainees,” Le Café des Stagiaires works with the concept of hiring trainees who want to learn how to run a restaurant. Part of these their job is to serve appetizing fare such as Planchette, a cold cut platter with cheese, foie gra and liver paté, and mince. Delve into the mains for a bigger meal; the rare Spanish dish, tortilla de patatas con chorizo (egg omelette with potatoes and chorizo) is recommended. Take it with a bottle from their selection of some of the finest lagers from all over the world.
Rocket is a Swedish artisan that serves exceptional food and freshly brewed coffee. They recommend the homemade silky tofu, served cold, topped with aubergine, cherry tomatoes and fresh tangy dressings. Or you can enjoy Swedish Meatball, served with a portion of mashed potato. Don’t forget to spare your tummy for Ichigo, strawberry and raspberry sherbets topped with mousse, meringue and zesty rhubarb.