rise and brunch everyone!
there’s no question about brunch being my utmost favourite meal of the day. but i admit, choosing a brunch place in bangkok can be quite challenging with so many new comers and myriad of options.
here, i have accumulated my top 5 go to all-day-everyday brunch spots in town to make your life whole lot easier. you’re very welcome. :)
lyon was around for many many years but i’m not sure why i never got around to trying it. looking back at my food album i realised i totally forgot to blog about it when i went there last christmas which was also my first time trying out french cuisine. prior to the visit i had this perception of lyon as an upscale, very expensive and ‘uncomfortable’, restaurant ‘cos something about the word ‘french’ indirectly suggests so (is it just me?).
conveniently located in mahatun plaza (orange-ish building) right off bts ploenchit station, la monita has made a name for themselves as a place with the best mexican food in town. i’m a huge fan of mexican food and this has been my go-to ever since i started taking my spanish lessons right across the place couple of years back.
seoul jongno-gu sogyeok-dong 112 [서울시 종로구 소격동 112]
samcheongdong, without doubt my ultimate favourite street in korea, is overloaded with absolutely amazing cafés, italian resaurants but was definitely lacking in the authentic korean restaurant department. good brunch and cafés are nice but with so many tourists every single day, it sounds quite wrong they would not have more korean restaurants in the area.
when i was almost certain they were out of business, i found out they are closed on mondays and i only happened to be there on mondays. i would be lying if i say it’s not the sign ‘gram‘ that caught my attention at first – how vintage and 80’s? i love everything about this place especially the fact that they have lots of health conscious options available.