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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Bangkok Trading Post

  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post
  • Bangkok Trading Post

137 Pillar Suites, the luxurious new 34-suite hotel by Chiang Mai’s boutique resort 137 Pillars House, has opened with a hip all-day-dining cafe in front called Bangkok Trading Post.

The original owner of the Chiang Mai property worked for the East Borneo Trading Company (1856-1960), from which this Bangkok restaurant takes inspiration, playing around with Colonial-style tiles and old-school explorers' equipment—compasses, reflectors and field chairs—amid high ceilings, wood and marble.

In addition to baked items and sandwiches from the deli counter, you can also find international comfort dishes, namely Thai congee (B110), farmer’s omelet (Spanish-style pan omelet with boerewors sausage, goat cheese and roasted pimiento pepper, B290), tuna tataki salad (B240), pasta (from B280) and pizza (from B290). Don’t miss their one-of-a-kind purple sweet potato cake, either.  

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Phone: 02-0797-1334
Bangkok Trading Post, G/F, 137 Pillars Suites, 59/1 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Opening Hours:

daily 7am-11pm

Cuisine:

Western

Open Since:

March, 2017
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