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Suan Phlu's other favorite bar is now open for breakfast

Stop by for coffee—but no eggs Benedict!

By Choltanutkun Tun-atiruj | Mar 30, 2017

  • Suan Phlu's other favorite bar is now open for breakfast

From now on, the Suan Plu's Junker and Bar, the fun and easygoing neighbor to Smalls, will open from 8:30am until midnight.

But don't expect any latte art or cute cakes for your Instagram here. Junker's breakfast is all about Vietnamese street food. Prices for banh mi baguettes start at B80 for chicken, pork or tuna, and go up to B120 for seafood.They even do a wagyu beef banh mi at B100. On top of that there are also sous vide eggs (starting at B90) and Vietnamese curry and stew (starting at B120, served with rice and a baguette).

Coffee comes with the creative flourishes of co-owner Passapong "Bard" Phetpradit's cocktail training. The taro cappuccino (B75) is served cold and uses taro milk instead of normal milk, while the elderflower Americano (B70) and passionfruit Americano (B70) balance the taste of coffee with fresh passion fruit juice (see below).

The breakfast menu is available till 3pm Tue-Sun before they switch to the normal menu of burgers and US comfort food.

As well as breakfast, the team has also launched some new drink taps, where they pour simple classics like G&Ts, Cuba libre and Malibu and pineapple juice through nitro or Co2 taps—one for smoothness, the other for sparkling drinks. Another two taps are reserved for tea and coffee.0

Drop by during 5-6:30pm daily for B99 on all cocktails, or from 2-3:30pm on weekends, when all Thai beer is buy-1-get-1-free.

Junker and Bar, 454 Suanphlu Soi 1, 085-100-3608. Open Tue-Sun 8:30am-midnight



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