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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Tiny Cup Cafe

  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe
  • Tiny Cup Cafe

From the owner of Buttercup Cafe and Not Just Another Cup comes the quaint, two-story Tiny Cup Cafe, decked out with ceramic figurines, mismatched pillows, rustic chandeliers and other old-school decorations. 

The menu spotlights morning classics like the Full English Breakfast (B420), which comes with two eggs (any style), toast, bacon, sausage, ham and baked beans, and oatmeal porridge (B240), which combines the perfect texture of soft oats with fresh fruit.
 
On top of detox smoothies (B150), you'll find plenty of health-oriented items like the trending acai bowl (B260) and grilled pumpkin bread sandwich (B240) that comes with cheese and a variety of roasted veggies.
 
Of course, there's also coffee and tea, with our pick being the salted caramel latte (B120) which has a sweet drizzle of caramel that is contrasted by grains of sea salt. 
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Phone: 02-712-5112
Tiny Cup Cafe, 411/2 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (between Thonglor Sois 21 and 23), Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

daily 6am-6pm

Price Range:

B - BB

Cuisine:

Cafe

Open Since:

January, 2014
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