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5 masterminds behind Bangkok's fabulous sweet treats

Meet the people making life sweet in Bangkok. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | Nov 02, 2016

  • 5 masterminds behind Bangkok's fabulous sweet treats
    Paris Mikki

 

Rarin Tumwattana, 28, Guss Damn Good

The proprietor/ice-cream maker of this year's hottest ice cream holds an MBA from Boston, where she took inspiration from the prosperous ice-cream scene to create her own fabulous flavors. Stay tuned as she’s launching the first permanent store soon. 
Get this: Milk ice-cream lover? Go for Don’t Give Up #18. Sorbet monster? Virgin Umeshu!
 
 

Carol Boosaba, 37, Paris Mikki

Having lived and trained in Paris for almost 10 years, including stints at Angelina and Laduree, the chef specializes in the classic French pastry. Her croissants won "Bangkok's best" in our blind taste test
Get this: The flakey, crispy and notoverly-sweet millefeuille
1/F, Metha Wattana, 27 Sukhumvit Soi 19, 088-870-0020. BTS Asok
 
 

Siritorn Charoensuk, 27, Matcha Ten

Previously with the defunct Let Them Eat Cake, Tenyuu’s head pastry chef travelled to Japan to taste some of the world's best desserts before making her own versions of the most delicious.
Get this: The shaved mineral-water kakigori topped with a fluffy cream of your choice.
66 Sathorn Soi 6, 02-632-2559
 
 

Champ Phanichkul, 36, Patisserie Rosie

Aiming to make French-inspired pastries favor Thai palates, Champ tweaks his desserts to be lighter and less sweet while still using premium imported ingredients like flour, butter, Valrhona chocolate and yuzu.
Get this: The yuzu tart that features yogurt mousse instead of meringue
113/2 Thonglor 10, 092-542-9900
 
 

Amiga Sri-isaraporn, 25, Little Hideout

The graphic designer-turned-pastry chef uses her creativity and art skills to make oh-so-cute and detailed pastries, with several layers of different textures.
Get this: Buche, a combination of chocolate hazelnut mousse, dark chocolate cremeux and almond streusel. Note that cakes are only available on weekend
172 Chim Phli Rd., 081-821-8795
 
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