You may think that the options for dessert in Bangkok are limited to the chocolate bars from 7-11, donuts from Dunkin Donuts, or that sticky rice and mango that they sell on the streets. Well, check out our list of the best desserts in Bangkok and you will get a chocolate overdose and sugar high by just reading what they are made of. With a nice selection of Matcha and Thai Tea added to the usual chocolate and the innovative way desserts are presented in Bangkok, you will find yourself in dessert heaven.


The Jas Ramintra, (Ladplakhao Road) Lat Pla Khao Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 11:00am – 9:00pm; Sat-Sun: 10:00am – 10:00pm


One of the best dessert places in Bangkok, C.O.D.E lives up to its name, Cafe of Dessert Enthusiasts. This is the place to go if you are looking for an innovative dessert that fuses the oozing, gooey goodness of lava cakes with your favorite breakfast staples, toast and croissant, giving you a nice burst of flavor in a crispy shell. Try the Thai Tea Lava Toast or Matcha Tea Lava Toast if you are getting bored of chocolate.

Audrey Cafe des Fleurs

7A10,8th Floor, The Helix Quartier, Emquartier, 693 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand

Getting a bit stressed out by the hustle and bustle in Bangkok, then take a walk through a beautiful flower garden made of cake. The owners of Audrey Cafe new what they were doing when they decided to turn an orange sponge with green tea into an edible flowerpot cake by adding buttercream toppings in the shape of hydrangea flowers.


9:53 Community Mall, 4th Floor, Soi Thong Lor | Khlong Tan Nuea, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

You might need a friend on your side to help you take on Hashme’s Black Chocolate Waffle tower, a very generous stack of homemade waffles, cookie, and chocolate ice cream.



Possibly the best dessert chain in Bangkok, you will have no worries finding this joint as it is literally everywhere. The most accessible locations would be at Terminal 21 in Sukhumvit and at Siam Square One. With a tagline that says, “There is always room for dessert,” you have no choice but to indulge yourself.

Kiss The Tiramisu

Emquartier B Floor, Opposite Emquartier Food Hall, Glass Quartier

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

A trendy dessert that started in Seoul and made its way to Bangkok, Kiss the Tiramisu serves a rich and creamy blend of mascarpone cheese, milk ice cream, ladyfinger crumbs, espresso powder, cocoa powder, and chocolate shavings. With this dessert in your hands, who needs Tinder?


B/F EmQuartier, Sukhumvit Rd., Watthana, Bangkok

Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 10pm

Back in the days, people would complain if they found charcoal in their food. Now, it’s in everything. If you are looking into trying some charcoal flavored desserts then head to Kuro En Roll where each dessert is plated Zen-style. Try the Kuro Roll Set which is made up of a charcoal roll, charcoal vanilla soft serve, matcha nama chocolate and a shot of black honey.


Soi 66 S Sathorn Rd, Yan Nawa, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Opening Hours: Daily 11am – 10pm


Hankering for chocolate? A visit at Matcha Ten may end your chocolate cravings or keep you hankering for more. Indulge yourself with their Fudge Lava, a dark chocolate fudge brownie topped with vanilla ice cream, almond streusel, and marshmallows accompanied by a dark chocolate disk and a pot of hot, melted, gooey chocolate fudge.


Have you tried everything on the list or maybe something new? Let your fellow travelers know where they can satisfy their sweet tooth.

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