Lovers of sweet desserts and pastries, this post is for you! Paris Mikki is an authentic French Patisserie in Bangkok. Owner and Chef, Carol, was trained and had worked alongside with the masters from Le Cordon Bleu Paris. Click here if you would like to read more about the background of Paris Mikki and the owner, Carol.
About a year ago, Eddie from Stranger In Bangkok introduced me to Paris Mikki at Asoke. Since then, I saw myself returning quite frequently during my trips to Bangkok. Here’s why.
Paris Mikki first shop is located at Asoke (Sukhumvit Soi 19), relatively near to Terminal 21 and BTS Asoke / MRT Sukhumvit. Walk into the Soi of Soi 19 and you will notice a classy and elegant patisserie.
Don’t you love the shop? Everything is so beautiful here, especially the pastries.
Mille Feuille – This is their best seller. Having been to Paris Mikki for about 5 times, I only chance upon this once. So you see how popular this is. The trick is probably to go early and not in the evening.
Best croissant in Bangkok? Yes, they were awarded #BestCroissant2016 by BK. Of course, I needed to try it for myself and it was really good. Surely not disappointed.
Well, if you think it’s too troublesome to walk under the hot sun to their outlet in Asoke, you will be happy to know that they have outlets in Central Embassy at Open House and Central World (outside Naraya).
Central Embassy’s Outlet.
Central World’s outlet, outside Naraya.
Philip 70 – This is another best seller from Paris Mikki. Being a hazelnut and chocolate lover, this is one of my favourites too. The flavours and textures were all on point!
Having tried several of their pastries, they definitely serve quality food and hence the slightly high price tag as well. You just have to drop by to test it out for yourself!
To me, it’s definitely one of the best patisseries in Bangkok! I’m sure Eddie from Stranger In Bangkok will agree to.