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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Farm to Table, Hideout

  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout
  • Farm to Table, Hideout

Nestled in a century-old Rama 5-era house, Farm to Table's new and bigger space may require an effort to find, but the finished result is well worth the effort.

Duck behind an old fresh market and you'll find a cozy, contemporary-yet-rustic cafes that preserves the charm of the original building while playing up to the fresh market location with vegetable baskets and metal food carts.

The menu spans simple European dishes like roast chicken salad with housemade dressing (B112) as well as Asian desserts such as coconut rice dumpling paired with coconut-butterfly pea ice cream (B112).

There’s also a slow coffee bar which serves French press and pour over (both B88-98) using beans from Chiang Mai.

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Phone: 02-004-8771
Farm to Table, Hideout, 15 Soi Tha Klang, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

Thu-Sun 10am-9pm; Mon 10am-9pm; Tue 10am-9pm

Cuisine:

Cafe

Open Since:

December, 2015
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Farm to Table, Hideout

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