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Bangkok Has A Very Sweet Tooth, So It Isn’t Surprising That There Are So Many Fantastic Places For Dessert Around The City. Perhaps You Want To Try Local Specialities, Famous Favourites, Or Simply Enjoy A Delicious Slice With A Cup Of Tea Then Check Out Our List Of 10 Great Cake Shops In Bangkok. It’s Been A Hard Few Months, And Despite The Potential Health Risks We Kept Going, Working Our Way Through Plenty Of Sweet Treats To Come Up With This List, And Making Sure There Is Something For Everyone: Fun, Sophistication, And Even A Few Unusual Choices. Trust The Chocoholic, Bangkok Is The Perfect Place To Indulge In Sinful Desserts, So Why Not Invest In Some Stretchy Pants And Try A Selection Of The Shops And Cafés That We Recommend For A Great Sugar High.

After You Dessert Cafe

After You is a hot spot for all sweet-toothed Bangkokians, serving a range of delicious treats, including a signature shibuya honey toast. Anywhere that proclaims ‘There’s always room for dessert’ as their mantra and serves a great selection of breakfast dishes and sugary snacks...

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Agalico Tea Room

Agalico Tea Room and Garden is located in an unassuming building on the right-hand side of Sukhumvit  Soi 51, only 100 metres from the busy road and five minutes’ walk from Thong Lor BTS. It is masterminded by interior designer M.L. Poomchai Chumbala, whose aim is to create a quiet Eng...

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Coffee Beans By Dao

If you want to experience a true Thai institution, try the cakes at Coffee Beans by Dao. With royal connections this café has become the byword for desserts from their delicious cheesecakes to doughnuts. With four branches in central Bangkok you are never far a...

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Double Dogs Tea Room

Bangkok’s Chinatown is a lot of things, but relaxing it is not. A day spent exploring the endless alleyways of traders and vendors is culturally stimulating but physically exhausting. That is why Double Dogs Tea Room proves such a welcome harbour from the frenet...

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Elysian Tea House

Elysian Tea House might be a little tricky to find, but once you get there you’ll be rewarded with an amazing range of lose teas, blended in-house, and pastries and patisseries. Located on Sukhumvit 49/1, it’s a little too far to walk, but there are plenty of taxis and motorbikes in t...

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Mr Jones’ Orphanage Cake Shop

Mr Jones piles tasty cakes, cookies and milkshakes high at his cosy orphanage-inspired café decorated with swinging teddy bears and plenty of Lego to play with. This is another shop making its mark at Seenspace on Thonglor Soi 13, which now encompasses Fat Gutz fish and chips and Roast Cof...

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Spring N Summer

Two words: Chocolate fix. When it comes to Valentine's Day, there is no denying the power of the cocoa and at Spring n Summer they don't mess around.

Reserve yourselves two giant bean bags out in the lawn and enjoy a night of fusio...

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Sukhothai Hotel Chocolate Buffet

The Sukhothai takes afternoon tea to a new level with a three-and-a-half hour buffet every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 17:30. The focus is on chocolate, but there is a great variety of sweets and savouries on offer, as well as pots and pots of tea. It would be wise to skip lunch if ...

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Teppanyaki Ice Cream At Millennium Hilton

Ice cream and Teppanyaki are two words we never thought would go well together. In our minds, teppanyaki is a Japanese way to grill meat, seafood an veggies on a burning hot metal surface, so it was weird trying to visualize someone dropping a melting scoop of ice cream onto a grill. But the stra...

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