This tea room looks like a fairy tale come true.
The new tea room from Sretsis looks like a fairy tale come true.
The fashion brand by the three Sukhahuta sisters (the brand name is sisters spelled backwards) lives up to its dreamy reputation with Sretsis Parlour, which sits right next the Sretsis flagship store at Central Embassy.
Stepping beyond the intricate pink, hand-carved facade, you're transported from the drab mall to a world of sweet fantasy: daisy-adorned carpeted floors, a hand-painted sky-like fresco and custom wallpaper that Sretsis co-created with British luxury wallpaper maker House of Hackney.
Fans of the brand's Tamed Lovers collection will recognize the imagery of unicorns and lions reposing calmly in fields of flowers, which appears on the wallpaper, as well as on fine china bone tea sets and tableware sold in-house.
The menu spotlights too-beautiful-to-eat snacks, from the Sretsis signature tea set (Swedish sandwich cakes, Blossom Baby cakes and Daisy Princess cakes served with No.57 tea, coffee or Chandon Champagne) to the healthy-alternative Forest Faeries ("raw" cakes served with watermelon granita, No.57 tea or cold-pressed juice). Tea set costs from B550 person.
The opening follows that of Sretsis' beach bar and boutique in Hua Hin. Kasidit Srivilai