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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Sugi Bee Garden Cafe

  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe
  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe
  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe
  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe
  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe
  • Sugi Bee Garden Cafe

Silom’s latest cafe comes from Japan’s Sugi Bee Garden honey brand. Sugi Bee Garden Cafe (224 Silom Rd., 084-603-6030) presents tasty sweets and light drinks featuring honey products from Kumamoto Prefecture.

Drinks like the soft jelly honey (yuzu, blueberry, lemon and kyoho grape, B140) are said to be rich in vitamins and good for the skin, or buy a 500ml bottle of concentrated "fruit juice" honey to take back home at B900.

Food-wise, try the Sugi Bee salad (mixed greens and fruits with honey dressing, B210) or instantly cool down with unlimited honey-flavored soft serve (B90) in a waffle cone. The long list of desserts also includes panna cotta (B190) and creme brulee (B190), waffles with mixed fruits (B195) and pancake with bacon (B190), all served with a pure honey syrup. 

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Phone: 02-627-2228
Sugi Bee Garden Cafe, 224 Silom Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Silom

Nearest Train:

BTS Chong Nonsi

Cuisine:

Cafe

Open Since:

August, 2017
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