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Roast Bangkok – Hipster Cafe @ The COMMONS & EmQuartier

By Wilbur Suen

Roast is a very popular cafe in Bangkok and it seems like it’s the must-go cafe for many tourists to Bangkok. Even hi-so locals love coming visiting Roast too! They offer a wide variety of menu items so you definitely will have something for you.


Both Roast at Seenspace 13 and Roots have shifted to The COMMONS at Thonglor Soi 17!

If you are lazy to travel into Thonglor, you will be glad to know that they also have a branch at EmQuartier (1st floor).


The new Roast is much bigger compared to Seenspace 13 and also much brighter.


Usually, cafe latte is the thing to order because of the latte art.


Now, those who love cold drinks have a reason to order this special and beautiful Iced Espresso Latte [120฿]. The drink is served in latte ice cubes. You have to pour in the milk and sugar. It is a good opportunity to take good photographs and videos, especially when you’re pouring the milk and sugar.


Want something more refreshing? Go for Roast Iced Tea  [120฿].


We were looking through the menu for interesting desserts or specifically desserts that were “instagrammable”. Had a hard time deciding as the desserts all looked so good. We went with Chocolate Souffle [200฿].


Simply because it came with something for us to pour!


If you want something heavier, you have to try their Pulled Pork Burger [320฿]!


Strawberry Waffle [260฿] is probably the most popular dessert in Roast because it’s waffles and strawberries! It makes a good photo!


Roast is definitely a good place for All Day Breakfast. It can be crowded during peak hours but if you come during tea break on weekdays, you can actually stay longer and have a good catch-up with your friends.


This is my new ultimate favourite from Roast! Truffle Alfredo [280฿] is probably one the best pasta I have ever eaten! Their homemade tagliatelle is not too thick nor thin and the overall dish is so satisfying. You can easily finish it on your own.



Here’s a closeup view!


The Hand Cut Fries [120฿] are good for sharing too!


Don’t miss out this popular cafe when in Bangkok!

[Bangkok] Roast

Wilbur Suen

Wilbur Suen is the brainchild of Wilbur Suen. He is based in Singapore but loves Bangkok so much that he keeps returning. He loves travelling, eating, technology and has high standards for them. In his free time, he will be sourcing for new places to visit so that he can document and share. Try to catch him in Bangkok eating local dishes, enjoying aromatherapy spa or chilling at a rooftop bar.

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