True Love Cafe may be the most popular Husky cafe in Bangkok right now, but one animal cafe that is increasingly gaining the attention of all animal lovers is Little Zoo Cafe in Siam.
This animal cafe features all sorts of animals such as dogs, cats and birds of different breeds. To top it all off, there are also exotic animals such as an Arctic fox, a Fennec fox and a raccoon.
Do not be taken aback, as all the animals are tame and docile when they play with humans. Entrance to the cafe is free, but all visitors are expected to purchase a main and drink each in order to maintain the welfare of the animals. READ ON
Pablo—Osaka’s Famous Cheese Tart is opening in Bangkok this week. Its first outlet in Bangkok will be located at Siam Paragon and it will officially open on 27 October 2016.
Now, these Japanese cheese tarts have driven the world crazy, and it is only safe to say that Pablo is among the best. Their debut was more than 2 years ago, but till today, Pablo sees a steady queue at all their outlets in Japan.
Now that it is charting into Bangkok’s territory, we can only rejoice because we are now a step closer to getting our favourite Cheese Tarts.
This Tom Yum UFO from Sansab Restaurant has been making waves in Bangkok, and it is one of the more commonly photographed food dish on Instagram these days,
In case you are wondering what it is, it really is a simple steamboat of sorts, with additional ingredients on the side. Is it really that worth the hype though?
We made a trip to the restaurant during our recent trip to Bangkok, and here’s our take.
Located on level four of Siam Paragon in Bangkok, Nuer Koo is known for its premium beef noodles, with prices ranging from THB170 for the sirloin to a whopping THB950 for a bowl of Kobe beef noodles.
In Bangkok, a city that is famous for its delicious and cheap street food, you can easily get a bowl of beef noodles from any street stalls for THB30. So with Nuer Koo charging relatively more for beef noodles – is it worth your money?
A dessert heaven for those with a sweet tooth, Mr. Jones’ Orphanage in Bangkok is decorated with fun soft toys with a low-ceiling whimsical interior, supposedly modelled after a children’s orphanage.
Fret not, Mr Jones’ Orphanage actually got its name from a children’s book and the main goal of this dessert cafe is to instil nostalgia and send you back to your warm and carefree childhood.