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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Rocket X 72 Courtyard

  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard
  • Rocket X 72 Courtyard

The fourth branch of the chic Scandinavian brunch and coffee spot Rocket comes in the form of a quick “grab and go” pit-stop at Thonglor's 72 Courtyard community mall. 

Alongside the always-quality takeaway coffee, the food menu has been condensed to suit the express style, including salads, sandwiches and various breakfast pastries.

On top of the newly-launched bagels, you can choose from sourdough rye bread, baguette, croissant or tortilla wrap to go with fillings like B.L.T (house-cured bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, maple and black pepper creme, B140), salmon x eggs (house-cured gravlax, scrambled eggs, spring onion and sour cream, B175) or PB&J (banana-peanut butter spread and mixed berry jam, B145).

There's an emphasis on healthy bites, too—try the chocolate chia pudding (B135) and berry granola (B135). Coffee starts at B80, while there are plenty more drink options including cold-pressed juices (B125) and water (B35), which comes in the brand's own stylishly designed tetra-paks.

Some inside and open-air seating is also available for those who aren’t as keen to eat on the go. 

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Phone: 02-635-0404
Rocket X 72 Courtyard, G/F, 72 Courtyard, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), Bangkok, Thailand

Open Since:

March, 2016
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