An organic oasis in the heart of Thonglor.
Patom’s greenhouse-like cube, surrounded by a shroud of foliage, feels so far removed from Bangkok that you’ll forget you’re on Thonglor. Its good-life image has made it a huge hit with the photo-hungry cafe hoppers, though that’s not to say its salads and lunch boxes—made from ingredients sourced from the Sampran network of farmers—don’t back up their claims of local, sustainable and organic.
Set in a glasshouse surrounded by lush greenery, Patom is an organic oasis in the heart of Thonglor.
This spin-off of Suan Sampran riverside eco-park is all about certified organic ingredients sourced from the Sampran network of farmers, meaning fresh fruits and vegetables feature in lunch boxes (B130), salads (B70) and even skincare products.
Grab coffee using beans from Casa Lapin (from B80) and sample their mon rose soap (B120) and jasmine shower gel (B120) before taking some back home.