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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:

  • Milch
  • Milch
  • Milch
  • Milch

With the lines still long for Osaka-hailing Pablo’s cheese tarts, here's another Japanese cheesy treat driving Bangkokians wild.

Also situated on Paragon’s ground floor, Yufuin-born Milch sells nothing but the brand's specialty cheese cups (B75/cup or B414/box of six cups—limited to two boxes per person).

What’s in the red cup is reminiscent of a Japanese-style cheesecake, only with a more cake-like bottom layer and more gooey topping. No surprise, then, that the treats have a tendency to sell out early. 

Thankfully there’s no crazy line here as they have a sophisticated numbering system, but you should still expect a wait for the baked goodies which are prepared on-site.
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Milch, G/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS Siam

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm



Open Since:

November, 2016
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