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…

Indigo Pearl ~ Revisited

For the second part of our half term holiday (and after the fabulous Santhiya Resort on Koh Yao Yai) we spent three very relaxing nights back at the wonderful Indigo Pearl in Phuket. As we stayed in a different room to last time, and did a few new things at the resort so I thought it warranted another post,…

Review ~ Anantara Siam Brunch

Yesterday we did Sunday brunch, one of our favourite (payday!) things to do with friends. We were trying the Anantara Siam for the first time. It used to be The Four Seasons Hotel and is frequently voted as the ‘Best Brunch in Bangkok’ apparently. We had heard great things, including rumours about a man in…

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…

Review ~ Masala Art

On Friday, school finished for a two week holiday for Songkran, to celebrate we went to Masala Art in ThongLo. I’ve had Masala Art food at school functions when they get external restaurants in to do the catering and have always been really impressed so was looking forward to actually going to their restaurant. The…

Avoidance Tactics

Tonight we were supposed to be packing for our ‘mini-moon’ to Koh Samui tomorrow. So of course, we went out to eat instead. Those of you who know me, know how much I detest packing. We popped down to Red & Whites, a restaurant close to our apartment that is something of an institution to…