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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Warm Wood Cafe

  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
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  • Warm Wood Cafe
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  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
  • Warm Wood Cafe
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Warm Wood Cafe, a cozy little venue on the corner of Thonglor Soi 10, certainly lives up to its name. The homey interior comes courtesy of Be Gray (who else?) and is dominated by warm brick work, worn wood and pot plants.
 
In addition to cafe staples like eggs Benedict, served here with pulled pork (B240), chef Chanachai Chansamak (previously of Sirocco) does familiar all-day eats like tuna salad (B240), ebiko cream pasta (B280) and ribeye steak (B850).
 
There’s an equal focus on desserts, with pastry chef Praparporn Leosirikul (also formerly of Sirocco) whipping up delicious desserts include thing fluffy, chocolatey souffle (B320) and—our favorite—the airy churros (B220), accompanied by spot-on yuzu and chocolate dips.
 
Aside from coffee and smoothies made using house-made frozen yogurt, you can also sip on season-themed cocktails (B240) and sangria made with white or red wine (B300 per glass/B800 per jug). 
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Phone: 02-714-9974
Warm Wood Cafe, 137/1 Thonglor Soi 10, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

daily 9am-5pm

Cuisine:

Cafe

Open Since:

December, 2015
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