BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Honey

Thonglor's Seen Space gets the stylish brunch spot its been missing. 

Taking over the spot formerly belonging to Roast on Seenspace’s second floor, this equally stylish all-day brunch cafe follows a honey theme that’s established through the use of light wood, copper lamps, and yellow upholstery and cushions. The kitchen rolls out easy bites ranging from wild mushroom soup, seafood salad and pasta to breakfast dishes like eggs Benedict. They also incorporate honey in many of the dishes like honey-glazed chicken wings, honey Caesar Parmigiano crisp salad and the chicken waffles, which sees croissant waffles and crispy fried chicken served with honey ginger sauce. You’ll note the use of honey in signature cocktails like Queen Bee’s Split (honey whiskey, orange and rosemary. 
The buzz: Not long after Roast closed its original venue to open up at The Commons, a partner of Ekkamai’s Hugo restaurant and bar teamed up with his sister to take over the spot on Seenspace’s second floor with another all-day brunch cafe.
 
The decor: In keeping with the name, the warm and open space follows a honey theme that’s established through the use of light wood, copper lamps, and yellow upholstery and cushions. Adding to the imagery are honey dipper door handles, hanging outline lamps and a wall bearing a beehive pattern.
 
The food: The cafe rolls out easy bites ranging from wild mushroom soup (B160), seafood salad (B220) and pasta (B220-340) to breakfast dishes like eggs Benedict (B250). They also incorporate honey in many of the dishes like honey-glazed chicken wings (B160), honey Caesar Parmigiano crisp salad (B240) and the chicken waffles (B380), which sees croissant waffles and crispy fried chicken served with honey ginger sauce. There's also a range of open-face sandwiches. Using homemade rye bread, sandwiches come topped with the likes of peach, Parma ham and goat cheese (B250), crabmeat and salmon roe (B290) and avocado (B250). On the sweeter end, try Honey Bun, a Danish roll topped with ice cream and berries (B240).
 
The drinks: One of 2016 Diageo World Class bartender competition finalists, Suchada “Fahbeer” Sopajaree (also of Hugo), is behind the lively drink list here. You’ll note the use of honey in signature cocktails like Queen Bee’s Split (honey whiskey, orange and rosemary, B300) and Honey Bee’s (gin, honey and rose tea, B300). Teetotalers have plenty of choice, too, including the Manuka Honey Toddy (warm honey drink with passion fruit, served in a moka pot, B150) and Iced Honey Camouflage (herbal tea blended with honey, B120) on top of coffee (from B80) and its cold brew (B120).
 
Why you should care: Honey combines style and substance for a satisfying brunch experience in a familiar setting. Natcha Sanguankiattichai and Joseph Lam
 
Venue Details
Address: Honey, 2/F, Seen Space, Thonglor Soi 13, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-185-2826
Website: www.fb.com/honeythonglor
Area: Thonglor
Cuisine: Cafe
Open since: May, 2016
Opening hours: daily 9:30am-10pm
Parking available
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