One of Bangkok's first brunch institutions finally branches out.
One of this city’s first brunch institutions, Asoke’s Chu, has finally expanded to rising Sathorn. The second branch sees a warm space tucked inside Trinity Complex, a short walk from BTS Chong Nonsi.
Starting off as a dessert shop specializing in churros (B100) and hot chocolate (B120-140), Chu has long since established itself as an all-day dining spot. Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef/owner Chirayu Na Ranong whips up breakfast favorites like eggs Benedict (B250-290), as well as crab linguine (B280), chicken pesto salad (B220), tuna melt sandwich (B170) and barbecue pulled pork burger (B320), using artisanal products from baker Maison Jean Philippe and butcher Sloane's.
Beyond the churros, don’t miss the signature chocolate lava (B220) or its peanut butter variation (B240). To drink, choose from the signature hot chocolate (B120-140) or coffee from Roots (starting at B80).
Also stay tuned for the overnight yeast-raised waffles, launching soon at Sathorn branch.