Charoenkrung gets the colorful diner it's been waiting for.
Tucked down the small alley of Charoenkrung Soi 28, Little Market is a humble but stylishly decked out diner packed with vintage collectibles and popping colors. Small in size yet huge in personality, the food centers on Western breakfasts and burgers. Drop by for a bowl of muesli (B120) or pancakes (B120) with housemade pineapple compote and bael fruit syrup. Another highlight is the yummy burger (B180), made with 270-day grain-fed Australian black Angus beef. Don't miss the Chiang Mai-sourced coffee.
Tucked in a single-unit shophouse down the small alley of Charoenkrung Soi 28, Little Market is stylishly decked out with vintage collectibles and a colorful paint job thanks to one of the owners, Thomas Menard of Speedy Grandma and Soy Sauce Factory fame.
Here, he partners with photographer Jason Lang and chef Chet Adkins, who formerly headed the kitchen at Ku De Ta (now Ce La Vi) both in Bangkok and Hong Kong.
Even with these names, Little Market is a humble diner—small in size yet huge in personality—serving Western breakfast and burgers. Drop by for a breakfast plate (B180), muesli (B120) and pancakes (B120) with housemade pineapple compote and bael fruit syrup.
Another highlight is the yummy steak burger (B180), made with 270-day grain-fed Australian black angus patty, smashed for a crispy crust, and bun from Charoenkrung's legendary Panlee bakery.
Coffee starts from as friendly as B40 with local beans from Chiang Mai.