You may have heard of Pan Road. It’s where Bangkok’s grandest Hindu temple, Wat Khaek, and the Embassy of Myanmar are located. But this narrow alley, which connects Silom and Sathorn roads, is also lined with cool galleries, shopping destinations and dining venues, all of which are worth a visit on a lazy weekend.
Things to do in Pan Road
Printa Café combines two passions of its owner: eyeglasses and eating. This cafe spot sells specs along with decent cups of coffee and Western-style all-day brunch with an asian touch. Located in a small soi behind Wat Kaek, Printa Café is a perfect spot to cool down after you visit at the Wat. White, green leaves and natural light are the decor you will see here (including a big glasses showcase at the corner.) If you come for food, Try delicious Miso Pork Benecidt (pork and fresh eggs from quality farms in Nakhon Nayok that are sous-vide at 64-degrees Celsius to ensure a perfect texture before being served on toast) and Pulled Pork Sandwich (pork, chesses and Ajad.) For drink, there are many choices here like coffee, different kinds of tea and also other refreshing drinks.