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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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Since launching in Kwangju in 2016, dessert chain Tarr Tarr has expanded to more than 80 branches across South Korea. 
Bangkok's the first foreign city to welcome the brand's fancy tarts with eye-catching fruity toppings, various cream cheese-based fillings and cookie-like dough base.
Here at Siam Paragon, the large ovens pump out some 80 different types of tarts, including highlights like the sour yogurt tart (B180) sprinkled with dried strawberry powder, the refreshing mandarin tart (B180) with crusted pistachio, the hot-baked cheese tart (B80) and mixed nut tart (B90).
The best time to visit is 12pm and 6pm when the day's full range is on display. One day advanced ordering is required for the one-pound (450g) tarts, which start at B950.
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Phone: 061-646-0555
Tarr Tarr, G/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS National Stadium

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-9:30pm

Open Since:

July, 2017
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