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Bangkok’s Not So Hidden Gem | REVIEW

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Being a regular traveller and a not-so-tourist girl anymore, one of my most favourite bistros find would be Bangkok Trading Post. Located amongst the greeneries of trees and lovely architectural houses at Sukhumvit Road, the bistro itself is hidden from the main road except for the name of the place in big capital letters of signage telling passersby to drop in and pay a visit.

From the first look of the place, I would say ” WOW, an instagram-able place for my posts, YASSSS ! ” but when I also tried the unforgivably huge Iced Latte and Smoked Salmon Egg Benedict cooked to perfection, I knew right that second that I would come back for more and more to try out more food and coffees and of course, take more photos.

A place well made in details up until the take away packaging and the reservation tag. Worth every penny and every visit.

Afterwards, I got to stroll around the usually crowded at night Sukhumvit Road and see some of the still closed restaurants with interesting exteriors and took a peek inside of the interiors. A nice morning indeed !

That’s all for today.

BANGKOK TRADING POST

59/1 Sukhumvit Soi 39
Klongton-Nua, Wattana
Bangkok
Thailand

PS. One of the weirdest ice cream I’ve ever tasted. Truffle Ice Cream from Harrods. Cute. LOL. Try for yourself.

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