10 American Breakfast Places in Bangkok to Get Your Eggs, Ham, and Bacon On
You may not like Green Eggs and Ham, but chances are normal eggs, lightly fried ham, and crispy bacon might do the trick. There is a large selection of breakfast and brunch places in Bangkok that offer you a myriad of food options.
So when you are looking for that hearty American Breakfast-style offering through the selection, it may be hard to pinpoint where to head.
In the case where you are not craving complex dishes like gluten-free bagels topped with wild-caught salmon on an organic avocado spread, we have compiled a list of 10 American Breakfast places (listed in order) around Bangkok that offer you the basics for you to start your mornings with. Get ready to dig in.
Bourbon Street is the place to go for American Southern comfort food. The Cajun and Creole-inspired restaurant keep it authentic with their New Orleans gumbo, Louisiana pork sausage, and chicken jambalaya - but their breakfast menu is as strong as it gets.
Offerings include your typical eggs, bacon, and hash browns to the more complex New Orleans Eggs Benedict as well as over 100 other menu items you can pick and choose from to power your mornings.
When you think of Brooklyn Baker, the first thing that comes to mind are wonderfully crafted cakes that taste like white fluffy clouds in your mouth. However, the breakfast and brunch menu here will easily rival any other morning-centric restaurant place in town.
Enjoy your breakfast sandwich stuffed with bacon, egg, cheddar, and Siracha mayo or go with some chicken and waffles in a laid-back space filled with a lot of positive energy and spa-like aromas.
For some, the only place where breakfast makes sense is in the comfort of your own home. Why make an effort to get out of your house when the comfort of your own kitchen (or bed) is the perfect set up to enjoy the day’s first meal.
Breakfast Story makes sure they take this into consideration and has designed their space to remind you of the comfort of your own home. Enjoy their stack of pancakes with bacon and eggs or honey French toast in a relaxing, homey space.
It is hard enough to get a brunch restaurant concept right and yet, Cinema Winehouse has upped the ante and combined a brunch spot, wine bar, and film screening lounge all into one - and somehow they are pulling it off superbly.
Sit on one of the cozy tables or go full lazy mode and opt for beanbags instead when enjoying your bacon and sunny-side-up eggs at the spot. If you are deep within old-town Bangkok, Cinema Winehouse is a sure shot for the mornings.
Counting Sheep Corner
The perfect place to daydream and fill yourself up in the mornings, Counting Sheep Corner set up shop in the heart of nightlife central that is Ekamai. The restaurant features rustic furniture and European-style brick walls making brunch feel very hip.
Open your mouth to classic menu items like quiche, smoked salmon sandwiches, or Egg’s Benedict and enjoy a premium cup of coffee with that…or a beer. Whatever it takes to get you out of bed every morning. To each his own.
Dean and Deluca
Dean and Deluca is by no means a boutique brunch spot. Originally from New York, the restaurant/deli chain has grown to become one of the premier brunch destinations in Bangkok.
Having been localized for the Thai market, each branch serves up the same wholesome brunch that includes anything from fresh-baked croissants to eggs, pancakes, ham, and bacon. Not to mention the drink selection is so large that you can enjoy a different drink every day of the month.
There are 5 branches:
- Park Venture
- Sathorn Square
- Central Embassy
Formerly located in Sukhumvit Soi 24, Gram relocated - although some may use the word “upgraded” - to the Tha Maharaj Riverside Mall. The Brooklyn inspired brunch place continues to offer some of the best bagels and pancakes Bangkok has been fortunate enough to sniff out.
Have that with a selection of eggs and sausages, and you have your very hearty breakfast food that will fill you up for the rest of the day. “Every gram made gourmet” says their sign, it is definitely true.
Colors really add character to a space. Little Market makes sure they take this concept to the extreme having revived an old shophouse with multiple bright colors and hip furniture.
The decor would mean nothing, however, if the food served was not up to par - luckily it is. The Thai favorite Kai Krata (pan eggs) makes an appearance alongside favorites like eggs and bacon - for the hungrier crowd, a breakfast burger is a must try. Most importantly, prices are very reasonable.
Tiny Cup Cafe
The owners of Tiny Cup Cafe really has a knack for breakfast food and coffee. Having already opened Buttercup Cafe and Not Just Another Cup, Tiny Cup Cafe is the third place the team has opened.
The highlights are clear; this spot makes everything so simple and enjoyable at the same time. Say bye to multiple complex ingredients, and hello to your solid muesli and fruit, eggs and bacon, or fruit smoothies and coffee. Everything is presented neatly for you ready to enjoy.
At Toby’s you will see a large crowd braving the early morning traffic to get their chic brunch on so that they can flex on the ‘Gram. The photogenic restaurant offers Bangkok a very flavorful selection of breakfast foods and makes it look good at the same time.
Enjoy cold-pressed fresh juice or coffee with some French toast or dip your bread into some steaming eggs and tomato pan. The options are endless making Toby’s the perfect place to keep coming back again and again.