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14.9.18

Ari brunch - Bar storia del Caffé

Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé

Tucked away towards the end of Ari soi 4 (map) is the extremely popular Bar storia del Caffé, which shares location with a very interesting spa called Calm, which is in my bucketlist.

The  decoration as great as the fare they serve. Staff is a bit slow - good things take time seems a recurrent motto in Thailand - but the dishes are well worth it. If you are a sucker for bread, make sure to order the extra toast as some brunch plates (eggs benedict, as an example) come without it. As usual in Asia, if it ain't in the picture, then it ain't included.

I felt brave and ordered the sunny side eggs, which were thankfully NOT fried but grilled #beyondhappy. It gets extremely packed during the weekend so you may have to queue, but it is anyway quite interesting to observe the army of blogger-influencer wannabes taking shots at the door and capturing the food, even if when it eventually turns out to be a shared dessert among 5 people. Price wise is on the expensive side of Bangkok, but still ok for foreigner I guess - less than 12EUR for the eggs, a coffee and some soda water.

If you are staying in any of the hostels in the very same street, sincerely recommended option for a fancy breakfast! Someone at work recommended this place, guess it is some kind of celebrity hotspot, based on the continuous attention and photography it gets from local girls.


Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
Love the concrete details.
Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
You can also have dinner there, but their strongest point is brunch definitely.
Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
My pick! Sunny side eggs on avocado toast!
Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
Light penetrates through the huge glass windows, an energizing spot to start the day from.
Bangkok, soi Ari 4 and brunch at Bar storia del Caffé
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