Holey Artisan Bakery
Sukhumvit Soi 31's early rising bakery.
Phrom Phong foodies head here to grab their morning bread fix. Bangladeshi owner Nasirul Alam Porag is something of a fanatic when it comes to sourdough, so consequently his unbleached flour loafs have a deliciously aerated, chewy texture. Be sure to pick up a slice of sinfully dense drizzle cake after tucking into a porchetta panini or butter croissant. The bakery also serves coffee and cold-pressed juice, which you can enjoy roadside from a scattering of terrace seats.
You can grab your morning bread fix at this early-rising bakery (open from 7am) on Sukhumvit Soi 31.
Launched in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Holey Artisan Bakery has branched out to a distinctive corner building in the buslting 'hood.
British baker Maurice Chaplais makes his bread and pastries from scratch, highlighting the use of unbleached flour, house-made sourdough, glaze and frosting.
According to the chef, most of the bread and croissants take 2-3 days to make, resulting in deeply flavorful products.
Don’t miss their baguette (B100), sourdough bread (B80) and butter croissant (B80) or sweeter picks like the rich chocolate cake and carrot cake (both B140).
The bakery also serves coffee (from B80) and cold-pressed juice (B100).