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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Baker Gonna Bake

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Online bakery turned full-time cafe Baker Gonna Bake has moved from K Village to a bigger space on the same soi.

The latest spot keeps to the same bright, wood-heavy decor with handicraft touches, while the menu has expanded to more savory items, from Thai charcoal-braised chicken (B120) and pad kaprao chicken (B120) to the brunchy eggs Benedict on croissant (B200).

The focus is still very much on sweets, though, with a new bingsu (shaved milk ice) line offering creative versions of the Korean-hailing dessert like mascarpone (B195) and apple (B150).

Coffee beans are sourced from local coffee roaster Somersault (from B70). They will host workshops here, too. 

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Baker Gonna Bake, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Opening Hours:

daily 9am-7pm

Cuisine:

Coffee shop

Open Since:

June, 2016
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