Review ~ Patissez, Bangkok

Patissez is a restaurant originally from Canberra, Australia which opened it’s first Thailand branch just off Sukhumvit 39 a few months ago. Patissez is famous for its FreakShakes (a trademarked term I’ll have you know!) so I went with some friends to check it out. The decor is nice and the restaurant has a funky, airy…

Theo Mio Brunch

We have been to Theo Mio, British chef Theo Randall’s Italian restaurant in Bangkok at the Intercontinental Hotel, a couple of times for Brunch and when I found the pictures and realised I hadn’t shared I thought I should. Served from 11.30am – 2pm, it’s not your traditional Bangkok brunch in the sense that it…

Review ~ The Coffee Club, Ekkamai

Since moving into town, The Coffee Club in nearby Ekkamai has become our second home. This lovely Australian cafe serves everything to see you through from breakfast to a late night snack opening from 6.30am – 10.30pm. There is a huge drinks menu including much more than just coffee! We do tend to come here for…

Visitors, Islands and Goodies

My sister and her boyfriend arrived bringing with them a vast amount of exciting things, many of which I talked about in the post The List. Needless to say, we will be eternally grateful and will make it all last way longer than it ever should at home (except the Mr Kipling French Fancies which…

Brunch: Take 2

A few weeks ago I told you all about our first Bangkok brunch experience in the post, Let’s do brunch. I also admitted how I’d been so excited I pretty much forgot to take any pictures and lets face it, the ones I did take were pretty suspect! We took my parents to the Red Oven…

Let’s Do Brunch.

Apologies for going awol for a few days but my parents have just arrived for the first time in Bangkok and we have had a busy few days…more on that to follow! But right now I want to fill you in on an experience we had for the first time on Sunday that many expats…