Thongyoy Cafe in Bangkok

Thai desserts are well-loved around Bangkok, both by locals and travellers. You can often find them in marketplaces or specialty bakeries.

Thongyoy Cafe brings those beloved sweets to a cafe setting, making it fashionable to cafe-hop for Thai desserts.

More pretty Bangkok cafes:

Enjoy Thai sweets at this flower cafe

thong yoy cafe exteriorImage credit: punpro

The outside of this cafe looks modern contrary to the cafe’s specialty, with a sleek rose-gold exterior.

thong yoy cafe interiorImage credit: chillpainai

The furniture here is wooden for comfort and marble-topped for style, with mini palm trees hovering over you.

thong yoy cafe interior designImage credit: Asian Traveller

There is a corner of the room that is particularly warm with lighting and hidden behind flower arches.

thong yoy cafe dessert setImage credit: @thongyoy_cafe

The food here is served in traditional-styled dishes that are coated in abundant gold. It makes the Thai desserts’ already elaborate and showy appearance even more regal. 

thong yoy cafe set
Image credit: thongyoycafe

For the Thai Dessert Set goes for ฿190 (~USD6). You can pick up to 5 assorted Thai desserts like Kleeb Lamduan (Thai shortbread), Luk chup*, and Khanom Tom (Thai coconut balls).

*Luk chup is a type of Thai dessert made with mung bean fillings and gelatin. They are usually made shaped like fruits and vegetables.

thong yoy cafe drinksImage credit: Wongnai

The Soda Set ฿150 (~USD5) lets you have two types of Thai-style soda like Butterfly Pea (Anchan) Soda ฿65 (~USD2) and Roselle (Kra-Jieb) Soda ฿65 (~USD2). They are in a caddy similar to the ones used for spices in noodle shops.

thong yoy cafe cakes
Images adapted from: Wongnai and Wongnai

They also have fusion cakes here, such as the Bua Loy* Cake ฿150 (~USD5) Passion Fruit Cheesecake ฿150 (~USD5).

*bua loi is a type of dessert made from rice flour balls in sweet coconut milk.

Getting to Thongyoy Cafe in Ari

For those who like Thai sweets and cafe hopping, Thongyoy Cafe is a chic cafe where traditional Thai desserts meet cafe style.

It is a 4 minute car ride from BTS Ari. There are also branches in Siam Paragon and Central Ladprao.

Read more about Thongyoy Cafe and other photogenic Ari eateries here:

Thongyoy Cafe (Ari)
Address: 88/2 Soi Ari Samphan 7 Alley, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400
Opening Hours: 8AM – 10PM (Mon – Fri) |  9AM-10 PM (Sat – Sun)
Telephone: +66 8 2030 6362
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Thongyoy Cafe (Siam Paragon)
Address: Siam Paragon, G Floor, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330
Opening Hours: 10AM – 10PM, Daily

Thongyoy Cafe (Central Ladprao)
Address: Central Ladprao, 4th Floor, Phahonyothin Rd, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Opening Hours: 10AM – 10PM, Daily

Cover image adapted from (clockwise from left): @anoushkalila, หลุมดำผู้ดูดกลืน via Wongnai, @thongyoy_cafe

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