Garden-themed cafes in Bangkok
Being in a city like Bangkok that’s always buzzing with people and traffic no matter where you look, finding a quiet space where you can be with yourself is not always easy – especially not one that’s in nature.
So we’ve gathered 11 garden-themed cafes that are within your reach, right in the heart of the city that’ll help you forget you’re in a concrete jungle.
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1. Patom – organic cafe in a greenhouse
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Patom, an organic cafe, is in the form of an enormous greenhouse in the middle of a garden right Thonglor.
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Besides coffee and desserts, Patom offers delicious organic dishes and juices, using locally sourced ingredients from the Thai countryside. You can fill your tummy without feeling guilty with Steamed Brown Rice And Ginger-Chilli Paste (฿130), served with a hard-boiled egg and fresh organic vegetables.
Your food will be served in a traditional Thai tiffin
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After the meal, freshen up with an Iced Coffee (from ฿80) or cold pressed Guava Juice (฿80) with no sugar added. Aside all the food and drinks, you can even shop for organic products like shower gels or shampoos from ฿120, which they make in-house.
Address: 9/2, Soi Sukhumvit 49/6, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun: 9.30AM – 6PM (Closed on Mondays)
2. The Blooming Gallery – vibrant botany-themed cafe
Natural skylight comes through the ceilings here too
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The charming old English theme is magical in itself, but add tons of flowers and plants and it just looks more amazing. Enter The Blooming Gallery, where gorgeous flowers add life this greenhouse in Thonglor.
This cafe is best known for their signature Original Soft Mousse Cakes (฿95) that come in tonnes of flavours from Thai Tea and Hojicha to Oreo and Mango.
They come in easy-to-eat cups
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You can also get a desserts like The Blooming Garden (฿350), a chocolate lava cake and pistachio ice-cream served on wooden plate and matcha powder to mimic a little garden.
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The Blooming Gallery
Address: 88/1, Thonglor Soi 8, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu: 10AM – 10PM | Fri – Sat: 10am – 12am
Telephone: +66 2-063-5508
3. Little Hideout – cute animal-inspired pastries
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Hide away from the crowded city at Little Hideout, a cafe with a cute and cosy indoor garden theme. As you walk in, you’ll feel as if you’re in a cottage straight out of a childhood cartoon.
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But it’s not only the ambience that makes you think you’re in some cartoon world – this cafe is known for their adorable selection of cakes that are almost too cute to eat. Little Hideout designs their pastries as adorable characters like foxes, bears, and owls.
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These cakes don’t just look cute, they’re tasty as well. Try Le Petit Oasis (฿195), a matcha mousse cake with vanilla and raspberry cream hidden in the middle. Or if you’re a chocolate fan, try Mr. Fox (฿195), a chocolate cake with sweet and sour raspberry confit, plus layers of chocolate and raspberry mousse.
Address: 172, Chim Phli Rd, Khwaeng Chim Phli, Khet Taling Chan, Bangkok 10170
Opening Hours: Tue-Thu: 9AM – 7PM | Fri: 10.30AM – 7AM | Sat – Sun: 11AM – 7PM. (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: +66 81-821-8795
4. The Gardens of Dinsor Palace – fairytale garden restaurant
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Set in an old royal mansion, The Gardens of Dinsor Palace looks straight out of an epic fairytale.
All the greens and vines in the garden make the ambience even more magical
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The garden is so big it even has a canal flowing through it, complete with gorgeous black and white swans.
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You can purchase a basket of vegetables and feed them – so cute! Walking around this place will make you feel like the Disney princess for sure.
If you’re a fan of Western food, you’ll love what this cafe has to offer. Take a bite of juicy Homemade Beef Burger (฿360) with fried egg and cheese, served with homemade fries and ketchup. Or, go with some sweet and sour Passion Fruit Pancakes (฿260) for a light bite.
The Gardens of Dinsor Palace
Address: Between Sukhumvit Soi 59 and Soi 61 Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10AM – 11PM | Sat – Sun: 8AM – 11PM
5. Library Cafe – mirrored glass house with elevated platforms
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Situated amongst big trees, Naiipa Art Complex houses Library Cafe, which is a cafe, an art space, as well as a co-working space. Elevated platforms connect the buildings, allowing you to take a chill stroll to de-stress.
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The sleek greenhouse stands out amidst lush greenery and its reflection makes it even more mesmerizing – now find your angles for a quick snap.
At the cafe, their famous dessert is the Li-bra-ry Waffle (฿95) – a uniquely-shaped green waffle that’s crispy on the outside and soft on the inside with an aromatic smell of pandan. Pair it up with a Matcha Frappe (฿145) or Hot Cappuccino (฿95) for a perfect combination.
Library Cafe has another branch in Ari, read more about it in our article here.
Naiipa Art Complex
Address: 46, Sukhumvit 46, Prakanong, Bangkok, Thailand 10110
Opening Hours: 9AM – 8PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 62-553-5345
6. The 66 Cottage – English cottage-style gardens
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Fancy the English countryside? You don’t need to rip your wallet apart and fly to England – just visit The 66 Cottage, a cafe with cosy garden vibes for your next IG photo backdrop.
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The interior is designed to look like a cosy cottage and the outdoor space is decorated with a cute little fountain and rustic benches for al fresco dining.
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Before going around to take photos, fuel up with their signature Shibuya Honey Toast (฿195). This butter-glazed toast is served with banana, ice-cream, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce. Or if you just want to kill the thirst, get the Passionfruit Italian Soda (฿70).
The 66 Cottage
Address: 66 Sukhumvit 66 Alley, Khwaeng Bang Na, Khet Bang Na, Bangkok 10260
Opening Hours: Tue-Fri: 10AM – 7PM | Sat-Sun: 9.30AM – 7PM. (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: +66 86-895-0202
7. Plantation Cafe x Roastery – cafe with industrial vibes
At Plantation Cafe x Roastery, you’ll get to dine in a spacious plantation-style greenhouse. The space includes some cool decor like bucket lamps and bare brick walls, giving it a cool industrial vibe.
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If it’s breezy and cooling, you can choose to sit outdoors, with a nice view of the cafe’s pond and garden – such relaxation for the eyes. Image credit: @koresripatthra
Here, you can get yourself a nice selection of coffee and tea, like a kettle of the renowned French tea blend Mariage Frères (฿190). Or, be adventurous and try Long Black Sparkling (฿100), iced black coffee mixed with fizzy sparkling water.
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If you’re craving for some food, start your meal with a refreshing Tomato Soup (฿180), served with a slice of toast, followed with Crispy Salmon Skin with Pumpkin Mash (฿380), a piece of juicy fried salmon served with smooth mashed pumpkin, tangy salsa, broccoli puree, and sour cream.
Plantation Cafe x Roastery
Address: 26/1, Khlong Lam Chiak, Khwaeng Nawamin, Khet Bueng Kum, Bangkok 10230
Opening Hours: Tue-Fri: 11am – 9pm | Sat-Sun: 9.30am – 9pm. (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: +66 84-670-6772
8. Bankampu Tropical Gallery & Cafe – giant in-house nursery
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If you love being in nature but dislike the sun, then Bankampu Tropical Gallery & Cafe is your answer. The cafe area is a huge space surrounded by little trees and is sheltered by a translucent greenhouse roof decorated with hanging ferns, making it airy and bright.
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While you’re here, you can roam the area freely and snap a couple of nature-themed photos with all the plants as a background. But watch out, you might end up taking one or two home because they’re actually up for sale!
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After walking around the green maze, get a classic Iced Thai Tea (฿70) and Red Velvet Cake (฿85) to refresh yourself and satisfy your sweet cravings.
Bankampu Tropical Gallery & Cafe
Address: 5/61, Soi Nawaminh 111 (Yothinpattana 3), Nawaminh, Bungkum, Bangkok 10230
Opening Hours: 9AM – 6.30PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 2-946-6016 / +66 2-946-7223
9. Mitta Cafe – cafe fare inspired by local flavours
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Mitta Cafe has created this green little space for groups of friends to spend some quality time together outside of the chaotic city. That’s why they have spacious outdoor garden for some privacy, which shields the place from the traffic nearby.
Note: Mitta means “friends” in Pali, an Indian sub-continental language
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Sit on a swing, use an artsy wall as a backdrop, and let your friends snap some photos for you – or better yet, wefie time!
Not only does Mitta Cafe provide a nice chill space, but they’ve also come up with drinks and desserts that use both Western and local ingredients.
Way-Tan Coffee and Black Rice Cake
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Try their Way-Tan Iced Coffee (฿95), a mixture of coffee and sweet toddy palm fruit syrup and toddy palm infused in purple butterfly pea flowers. For grub, order their Black Rice Cake (฿95), a cake mixed with local black rice flour and coconut water. The cake has a unique texture, and we bet you won’t be able to easily find this flavour elsewhere!
Address: 520, Rama II Road between Soi 80-78, Samae Dum, Khet Bang Khun Thian, Bangkok 10150
Opening Hours: 8AM – 5PM, Daily
10. Wood Cafe – rustic wooden cafe
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As you can guess from its name, Wood Cafe charms its visitors with its raw and rustic woodwork used in both the interior and exterior of the cafe.
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There are green decorative plants surrounding the space here, adding a lush relaxing atmosphere.
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All the cakes here are homemade and on rotation. They have homemade pastries like Orange Cake (฿125), which offers an aromatic scent of orange infused into a smooth and buttery cake. As for drinks, we recommend Passion Fruit Soda (฿60) with sweet and sour flavours to get your taste buds ready for some food.
Address: 44, Soi Lat Phrao Wang Hin 48, Lat Phrao Wang Hin Road, Lat Phrao, Khet Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun: 11.30AM – 9PM (Closed from Mon-Thur)
Telephone: +66 95-807-7555
11. KINN Kaffe & Craft – boho cafe with vintage knick-knacks
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KINN Kaffe & Craft is a vibrant cafe with colourful decor. The cafe itself is situated among a lot of trees, adding a mysterious charm to it.
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As for the food, they’re as rich and decadent yet affordable, like Romeo & Juliet (฿150), an iced chocolate topped with yogurt and garnished with fresh blueberries, strawberries, a slice of orange, and rosemary.
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We recommend making a beeline straight for their homemade cakes that come in a variety of flavours, like the light and airy Coconut Cake (฿130) and decadent Blueberry or Brownie Cheesecakes (฿130).
KINN Kaffe & Craft
Address: 6/22 , Soi Ladprao 25, Chan Kasem, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Opening Hours: Mon, Tue, and Fri: 11AM – 7PM | Sat – Sun: 10AM – 7PM
Telephone: +66 99-179-1257
Escape the chaos at these nature-themed cafes
Not many people who live in Bangkok can afford to escape this wild city with a nice vacation to party islands or quiet floating resorts. Instead, grab some buddies and head to these relaxing garden-themed cafes to recharge – and get some awesome food and cool photos along the way!
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