Dear diary, feel like we haven’t met for a while. Lately, I have been quite busy with the shooting of my graduate collection and the exhibition at TCDC (Ploy-Saeng 10/10), where there is a showcase of my thesis, including shoes and the signature wood bags, until 11 August. So now I have just had a time to breathe. The wonderful thing I like in living in Bangkok is that there is always a nice new place to visit. As our creative business trend is growing up, numbers of lovely cafes and shops are increasing more and more. This first weekend of July, I have found my new favourite places to sit and sip some drinks in Sunday afternoon.
CASA LAPIN x 49
Yeah, The first place is the cafe hidden in Sukhumvit 49 called ‘Casa Lapin’, just in the opposite of Samitivej hospital. The cafe gives a cozy and warm atmosphere just like its name -a rabbit cave. I like the decoration and their furnitures, driftwood and rustic-like things. On the wall there is a book shelf containing all the prettiest magazines : Cereal 1 & 2, SMITH journal, Kinfolk, Frankie, and a lot more. The coffee and cakes are undeniable, especially the cherry and blueberry tart. Coffee and good books…hmm..irresistible!
FYI – This rabbit cave’s always welcome you from 7 am in the morning.
dress & jacket : French Connection
ROAST – SEEN SPACE THONGLOR 13
The second place is not far from the first one, just turn left at the intersection where the street gets you to Thonglor, and then you’re on soi Thonglor 13. ROAST coffee & eatery is located on 2nd floor of Seen Space project. I have been here many times before but never had a chance to write about this lovely restaurant (and I just knew that the owner is the same as my favourite Willy’s Chocolate at The Circle.) I love their Mint Lemonade and Strawberry waffle. Moreover, I think it’s the place you can’t miss if you’re brunch lover!
Bracelet – my friends’ Ornjira Tangtong x Chakkrit Surachat
Clutch – Alexander Wang
& dress from French Connection 🙂