Bangkok Brunch Date: Where to Eat the Best Breakfast Food in Bangkok

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The 5 Best Brunch Spots in Bangkok

After a big night on Khao San Road or as fuel for a hard days sightseeing, great breakfast food is always just around the corner in Bangkok. Check out these awesome places to kick back and dine in style. Bangkok brunch restaurants are highly underrated, you’re missing out on quite the experience if you pass it up!

We’ve all been there. You’re lying in bed with a kicking hangover after one too many buckets and a few too many Leos. Sound familiar? Get yourself to a brunch spot to recover. Or maybe you’re heading out into the city for some sightseeing and need to stock up on some energy. What better way to prep for your exertions than with a delicious brunch!

The Bangkok brunch scene has something for everyone so take a look at our top picks to get you set up for the day, whatever your taste.

Eating brunch in Bangkok is a great way to cure your Khao San Road hangover.
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Kay’s Boutique Breakfast: Upscale Style

Kay’s is the kind of place you walk into and think “woah, nice”. The décor is clean and modern and the food is beautifully presented. If you arrive in the late morning then you’ll still have access to their morning buffet where you can help yourself to classic breakfast food, plus a cooked savory and sweet dish and coffee. If the buffet doesn’t take your fancy then you can also order a la carte; the French toast is to die for. Priced slightly higher than its competitors but well worth the money.  

Hours of Operation: 6:30am – 4pm daily except 6:30am-12pm Tuesdays

Location: 116/55-57 Rangnam Road, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400

Contact: 02 245 1953

BKK Bagels: American Classic

A chewy, fresh bagel is the perfect brunch choice and you’re spoilt for choice at BKK Bagels in Ratchaprasong. First choose your style of bagel- sweet or savory? With blueberries or chia seeds or just classic with salt? Then move on to the toppings. Maybe smoked salmon with capers, sour cream and dill? Or maybe a Reuben with real corned beef and sauerkraut. The menu is extensive and all the meats are all smoked, roasted and cured in-house. Highly recommended.

Hours of Operation: 7:30am – 5:30pm Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm Saturday & Sunday

Location: 518/3 Maneeya Center North, Ploenchit Road, Bangkok 10330

Contact: 02 254 8157

Trader Vic’s at the Anantara Riverside: Opulent Luxury

Trader Vic’s is a Polynesian-themed delight. Yes, you have to pay a bit to eat here, but the Sunday brunch buffet is legendary. This isn’t just your classic eggs benedict and toast either. Think freshly shucked oysters, foie gras, sushi and lobster. If you want to really make a meal of it then hit the dessert counter and cheese boards too. The wait staff are attentive, the riverside location is fantastic and the whole experience will leave you feeling rejuvenated. The brunch package costs 1990 baht including fruit juices and signature cocktails.

Hours of operation: Sunday brunch served 11:30am – 3pm

Location: 257 Charoennakorn Road, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Hotel, Bangkok

Contact: 02 476 0022

Unbranded Cafe: Cheap and Cheerful

Hit this spot up for delicious coffee, fresh smoothies and a whole range of brunch treats like croissants and pastries. While it didn’t make our list of the top cafes in Bangkok, the atmosphere is cool and calm. It’s a great haven away from the crowds during a day on the sightseeing trail. If you fancy a set meal then the scrambled eggs with brioche toast is highly recommended. Head upstairs for aircon and update your friends on the free Wi-Fi. A real gem.

Hours of operation: 9am – 7pm Tuesday to Saturday, 9am – 6:30pm Sunday, closed Mondays

Location: 180 Tanao Road, Wat Bowon Niwet, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200

Contact: 082 424 2265

Brunch Makers Cafe: The Hangover Hero

OK, let’s talk hangovers. The lure of Khao San Road has proved too strong and you’ve had a glorious night sharing buckets with strangers and promising to be friends forever. And now you feel terrible! Don’t worry, Brunch Makers Café has got your back. Located just around the corner from Khao San they offer all the normal brunch classics like pastries, croissants, eggs and toast but they also mix it up with tacos and salads. The Wi-Fi is good and it’s a nice place to hang out for a bit of recovery time.

Hours of Operation: 6am – 9pm daily

Location: 168/3 Tani Road, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200

Contact: 092 856 2499

Grab the Perfect Bangkok Brunch in Style

Whichever of these great options you go for, you’ll be sure to find some good food and delicious coffee. Grab a book, settle in and enjoy a lazy brunch. It’s all part of the Bangkok experience!

BKK Bagel Bakery is our favorite brunch in Bangkok.

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