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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)

  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)
  • Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)

Ratchada Train Market's grilled cheese specialist Holy Cheese has branched out into the city center.

The second venue at Silom Complex features the familiar yellow and black decor with a large see-through preparation counter and a few tables to dine at.

The decadently gooey ciabatta grilled cheese still stars, with eight filling options including the newly launched Pop Eye (spinach, B155) and What a Chick (battered chicken, B165).

You can also add bacon (B20), egg (B15) or jalapeno (B10) to your sandwich, and order a side of waffle-shaped fries with cheese dip (B99).

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Holy Cheese (Silom Complex), 4/F, Silom Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Silom

Nearest Train:

BTS Sala Daeng

Opening Hours:

daily 10:30am-9:30pm

Cuisine:

Western

Open Since:

December, 2016
Parking available, Takeaway available
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Holy Cheese (Silom Complex)

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