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Issaya La Patisserie

This sweet outlet from chef Ian Kittichai’s much-loved Issaya Cooking Studio.

This sweet outlet from chef Ian Kittichai’s much-loved Issaya Cooking Studio adds playful Thai twists and flavor combinations to classic French treats. The prices are rather hefty, but the Thai-inspired macarons in flavors such as the smoky kao mao, refreshing tub tim krob, uniquely aromatic vanilla tien oob, tamarind and prik pao chocolate are proving very popular, and for good reason.

Who: This sweet outlet from chef Ian Kittichai’s much-loved Issaya Cooking Studio adds playful Thai twists and flavor combinations to classic French treats.  

What: The prices are rather hefty, but the Thai-inspired macarons (B65 a piece) in flavors such as the smoky kao mao, refreshing tub tim krob, uniquely aromatic vanilla tien oob, tamarind and prik pao chocolate are proving very popular, and for good reason. Other intriguing offerings include the Monsieur Kimhun (choux pastry with sticky tapioca flour, pandanus cream and chunks of sweet mango topped with mascarpone whipped cream, B360).  

We like: On top of the must-try Thai-inspired macarons (B65 a piece), we adore the kluaykeak éclair set (B330), which gives a traditional Thai caramelized banana twist to the traditional éclair—one of the city’s best desserts.

Venue Details
Address: Issaya La Patisserie, 5/F, Central Embassy, 1031 Phloen Chit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-160-5636
Area: Ploenchit
Cuisine: Dessert
Opening hours: daily 10am-10pm
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