A popular cafe from Singapore has made its way to Bangkok and is now located at Charoen Krung Soi 44. The whole stretch of soi is still very much local but we expect the lane to be even more hip with Sarnies entry. The address might seem far but in fact, it’s just an 8mins walk from BTS Saphan Taksin.
The shop which Sarnies Bangkok is occupying is a 150 years old shophouse which was once a boat repair shop.
They have since refurbished the shop and it now looks very beautiful with most of the original fittings remaining untouched, keeping the vintage charm of the bricks and concrete.
Sarnies Bangkok is an extremely well-received cafe because since their soft-opening, they have been very busy and it’s always full-house. With good food, good coffee and nice place for photos, it is definitely an attraction for many.
We personally prefer seating upstairs as it’s more spacious and of course with natural lighting which is extremely good for photos!
The food menu here is quite different from the ones in Singapore as the owners want to have a touch of Thai on the menu.
Tom Yum Eggs Benedict [320฿]. This is not your usual egg benedict! Sarnies Bangkok’s version tops it off with their special Tom Yum hollandaise sauce. It really tasted better than it looked!
CB&J [280฿] – It’s not prominent on the menu but hey this is our favourite item from Sarnies Bangkok! Cashew butter & jam with local honey and roasted grapes on a sourdough. Oh, it’s seriously addictive and good!
A F**king Good Brownie [140฿] – It’s really true as what their name says. We love the flavours and the textures in this homemade brownie!
Don’t leave without trying their Orange Mocha [140฿]. Who knows this flavour would blend so well together. Another signature coffee will be their Iced Coconut Long Black [140฿].
If you are looking for a good cafe to have all-day breakfast, add Sarnies Bangkok to your list. If you want to avoid the crowds, we suggest you head there in the morning. We can’t wait to be back to have their CB&J & brownies too!