This Old Town cafe is a hipster's dream.
Tucked away in the Old Town, this 15-seater cafe is a hipster's dream. The French bakery-inspired facade and painting-perfect rustic interior evoke a warm and cozy vibe enhance by the sizzling sounds of bacon and the aroma of freshly baked cakes. House-baked goodies like beer cake, carrot cake and lemon pie pair perfectly with a hot cocoa or Marriage Freres tea. You can also start the day with a hefty English breakfast plate served with refillable coffee.
The most buzzing cafe in Bangkok right now sits tucked away from it all in the Old Town, and is the vision of former Lips Love magazine creative director Niram Watthanasit.
With its NY and French bakery-inspired facade and painting-perfect rustic interior, Eden's evokes a warm and cozy bakehouse vibe.
At this 15-seater cafe, diners are greeted by the sizzling sounds of bacon and the aroma of freshly baked cakes from the small kitchen in the back.
The menu highlights rotating house-baked goodies (B90-160) like beer cake, carrot cake and lemon pie (go early or they'll run out), as well as an English breakfast plate (served till noon, B260/B490) and a variety of toast (B110-190).
To drink, there's refillable coffee (B90), hot cocoa (B120) and Marriage Freres tea (B180).
|Address:||Eden's, 7/1 Lan Luang Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Area:||Rattanakosin (Old Town)|
|Open since:||July, 2017|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 8am-4pm|
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