BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Double Dogs

Tea for real tea drinkers in Chinatown.

Double Dogs brings the very essence of China to Bangkok. Teas focus on traditional Japanese and Chinese varieties, including sencha, gyokuro and matcha (green tea). Everything is brewed in proper terracotta teapots with plenty of tealeaves and not too much water. The results aren’t for the kiddies—this is strong, real tea-drinkers' stuff. The Chinese and Western desserts include lao-huay (crispy fried rice roll drizzled with sesame seeds), fruitcake, banana cake and Valencia orange cake.

Renovated early this year, Double Dogs brings the very essence of China to Bangkok.

Teas focus on traditional Japanese and Chinese varieties, including sencha, gyokuro and matcha (green tea). Brewed in proper terracotta teapots (starting from B150), with plenty of tealeaves and not too much water. The results aren’t for the kiddies—this is for real tea drinkers.

The Chinese and Western desserts (B95 for a selection of four) include Lao-Huay (crispy fried rice roll drizzled with sesame seeds), fruitcake, banana cake, and Valencia orange cake.

Venue Details
Address: Double Dogs, 406 Yaowarat Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 086-329-3075
Website: www.facebook.com/DoubleDogsTeaRoom
Area: Yaowarat (Chinatown)
Cuisine: Cafe
Opening hours: daily 1-10pm
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