It has the best shopping in the city (Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana, Roland Mouret and a gallery of Thai designers under one roof!) but there is more to EmQuartier than cool, niche labels and high-fashion brands. Located a skip, hop and cartwheel away from the Phrom Phong BTS Station, this beautifully designed mall is home to restaurants serving an array of world cuisine. Homegrown hits such as Roast and La Monita sit alongside famous food franchises such as Taiwanese fast food chain Hot Star, French patisserie Fauchon and BAKE Cheese Tart from Hong Kong.
The ten best restaurants and cafes in The EmQuartier
The softcream is now available only in one flavor--milk, yet come with your choice of topping. Stars of the show are liquid honey, sweet coco, and wow! honey chips (a piece of organic honeycomb sticks on top of your ice-cream) and for coffee lovers, the affogato good.
Pierre Hermé, serving up its highlight and seasonal flavours such as milk chocolate, dark chocolate, green apple celery and truffle. Other sweet items are also available including the cake infiniment citron--a lemon zest cake, Pierre Hermé’s chocolate bars.
The fun bit is that you can pick or mix up any flavors as much as you like and choose any topping as many as you want. All you need to do is pick the size of your cup, fill your chosen flavours in, add your favourite toppings, weigh your cup on the scale, pay and enjoy your Partyland’s yogurt.
This London inspired tea room offers quality food and desserts in a contemporary environment. From the classic duck and waffle to their signature rose ice cream, there’s something for everyone. Some of the dishes are smoked salmon croissant with herbal cream cheese, Nova carbonara, truffle risotto with foie gras, and rich desserts.
Originating in Hokkaido, Japanese dessert chain, BAKE Cheese Tart, introduces freshly baked tarts guaranteed to make you shed tears of joy. Each are made from three different cream cheeses: Hakodate and Betsukai from Japan and salty French cheese. We recommend biting into these babies when they are fresh from the oven and still warm. The combination of melted cheese and crispy crust is the reason why people are queuing up at BAKE and – trust us – it is well worth the wait.
Original and spicy chickens are available for you to choose before quenching your thirst with Hot Star’s signature, blue lemonade. The chicken size is large and the queue is usually long. Hot Star’s chickens are fried at 180 celsius till they turns golden using all Taiwan-imported chickens to keep up with their standard. To guarantee your experience their signature taste, all the Hot Star’s staff (chicken fryers) have got to go through a 400-hour training before they kick off frying your chicken.
Jones the Grocer’s products range from a extensive list of cheese and truffle to bread and croissants. If you ever run out of ideas of what to cook for your next meal, pop in Jones the Grocer and walk around to see all the premium items as there’s a high chance to get inspired or hungry enough to order their signature dishes like Salt & Pepper Calamari, Jones black angus strip loin--200 g of Australian black angus strip loin, one way or another.