Brunch at Brooklyn Baker

To continue our Bangkok journey

My bestfriend M and I had some serious dilemma on which hotel to transfer to so to kill time while brainstorming, we decided to have some brunch at Brooklyn Baker. You can find the cafe on the side street off Wireless Road. It’s a little off the beaten path and somewhat hidden which caused us to have some difficulty finding it, despite the Uber ride. It’s exact address is at 51/7 Soi Polo, Wireless Rd., Bangkok, Thailand. To ask directions from the locals around the area won’t harm anyway. πŸ˜‰ Brooklyn Baker Bangkok The place is a bit small and adjoined by Vitayu Retreat Spa, maybe that’s why I think it’s small. However, the lovely ambiance, with its quirky decor, makes up for its modest size. Brooklyn Baker Bangkok Brooklyn Baker Bangkok Brooklyn Baker Bangkok And there were only a few guests at the time of our visit, so I loved how peaceful our brunch was. πŸ’œ Brooklyn Baker Bangkok The cafe has free wifi which is a necessity for tourists, so that’s a plus. On the other hand, they do not accept credit cards which I found a bit inconvenient so some stashed cash would be useful.

I took delight in this tasty shakshouka. Two thumbs up! πŸ‘ Brooklyn Baker BangkokWe also had some butterum banana pancakes that I found a bit odd as I am not a fan of rum, even on cakes. We added a single sad bacon to go along with it. πŸ˜€ Just to satisfy a craving after all the tom yum soups. Brooklyn Baker BangkokAnd for caffeine addicts like us, we ordered two rounds of brewed. β˜• Brooklyn Baker Bangkok We paid, or my bestfriend rather paid a total of THB1000. Thank you, BFF! πŸ™‚ πŸ‘­

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