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The crisp-yet-soft waffles at Crack make navigating the maze that is Sukhumvit Soi 49 all worth it. 

At this cute, pastel cafe designed by Party/Space/Design, the perfect rectangle-shaped Brussels-style waffles take center stage—though they don't come cheap. 

Don’t underestimate the plain looks of the signature Brussels Crack waffle (B290), served with a scoop of "pacotized" honey ice cream made in-house.

The toasted marshmallow truffle waffle (B290) sees the charcoal waffle enhance by pecans, truffled honey, fluffy toasted marshmallow and passion fruit ice cream that's hidden inside. There are also savory options like Nara wasabi smoked salmon (B290). 

Their Japanese style souffle pancakes are equally impressive—we like the Tiramisu Avatar (B330), served with mascarpone custard, coffee caviar and a shot of espresso.

Espresso starts at B100, while the Crack latte (iced, made with cream) sets you back B130.

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Phone: 085-359-2656
Crack, Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Cuisine:

Dessert, Japanese

Open Since:

December, 2016
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