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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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Thai spa brand Organika have taken over the top two stories above D'Ark in Sukhumvit Soi 49's Piman 49 complex and transformed the space into a white-washed, botanical haven.

One floor is dedicated to a spa (stay tuned for more on that), while the top-floor cafe features health-focused food created by Chalee Kader (of Surface, The Beer Bridge and Knock), including the hearty chicken garden salad (chicken breast, avocado, poached egg, tomato, beetroot and subtle Indian curry powder, B400) and backyard garden carrot salad (with wild arugula and aioli, B320).

Sweeter options range from the organic chia yogurt pudding (with fresh fruits, walnuts and granola, B280) to the crepe Suzette (with tangerine and passion fruit, B320) or apple crumble on strudel crust (B220).

The brand also play around with scents in its own tea blends, whose names resemble those of spa products, like Memoirs of Sunrise (dried apple, roselle, lemongrass, dried orange and dried peach, B295/pot). High tea sets are served all day with housemade scones, Danish and sweets at B1,250 for two people or B2,750 with Chandon Brut. 

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Phone: 02-665-1899
Organika, 6/F, Piman 49, Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu 9am-8:30pm; Fri-Sun 9am-9pm

Cuisine:

Cafe, Dessert, Western

Open Since:

October, 2015
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