If you’re anything like me and couldn’t imagine going a week without avocado toast or a nice flat white then figuring out the best brunch spots while you're on vacation is of the utmost importance. While Thailand is primarily known for its cheap and delicious street food that doesn't mean that's all there is to eat. Whenever I'm visiting Bangkok I make a point to visit as many brunch spots as I can. Besides serving up dishes that are as delicious as they are Instagram-worthy, brunch spots in Bangkok are also a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. So if you're a fan of brunch this is definitely the list to check out before going on a trip to Thailand!


Tessa Domzalski

Where: Sukhumvit Soi 38

Closest public transportation: BTS Thong Lo

Specializing in Australian breakfast dishes, great coffee and trendy ambience, Toby's is one of Bangkok's most popular brunch spots. Known for their amazing cornflake crusted French toast topped with sai mai you definitely shouldn't miss out on their colorful avocado dishes and fresh cold pressed juices

The Hass

Tessa Domzalski

Where:  1/6 Sukhumvit Soi 49

Closest public transportation: BTS Thong Lo

With the unbelievable popularity of Avocaderia in New York and The Avocado Show in Amsterdam it was only a matter of time until Asia got its own all-avocado restaurant. Newly opened, The Hass serves up this little green superfruit in a variety of dishes that have both Western and Asian influences. From pasta to pancakes to burgers, The Hass is a must-visit for anyone in love with avocado. 


Tessa Domzalski

Where: The COMMONS, 335 Thonglor Soi 17

Closest public transportation: BTS Thong Lo 

A powerhouse in Bangkok's brunch scene, Roast is known for its fresh ingredients, delicious dishes and friendly service. With some of the best avocado toast I've had in my life (which is saying a lot) you're sure to leave with a smile on your face and a full belly. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth you should definitely try their strawberry waffle which is as photogenic as it is tasty. 

Clinton Street Baking Company

Tessa Domzalski

Where: Siam Paragon, G Floor

Closest public transportation: BTS Siam

If you've ever been to NYC then odds are you've heard of Clinton Street Baking Company, one of New York's hottest breakfast spots. The restaurant chain has locations all over the world, including Tokyo, Dubai and, of course, Bangkok. Famous for their blueberry pancakes and other heartwarming comfort foods, CSBC is the perfect spot for anyone looking for a classic, no-frills breakfast while in Thailand.

Bitterman Restaurant

Tessa Domzalski

Where: Silom Soi 1

Closest public transportation: MRT Silom / BTS Sala Daeng

Tucked away in the heart of Bangkok, Bitterman is an oasis of good food and creative cocktails that you're going to want to spend all day at. Forget plain pancakes and scrambled eggs, Bitterman will give you a tour around the world with the likes of their Latin-inspired baked egg dish and Asian lemongrass chicken. 

Not Just Another Cup

Tessa Domzalski

Where: 75 Sathorn Soi 10

Closest public transportation: BTS Chong Nonsi

It'd be impossible to find something from Not Just Another Cup that you wouldn't like. Their menu has everything from salads to smoothie bowls to gigantic breakfast platters. My go-to order is their quinoa & zucchini fritters which is satisfying and savory but surprisingly healthy as well. They also have a variety of colorful (and healthy!) lattes like matcha, beet and turmeric.

Broccoli Revolution

Tessa Domzalski

Where: 899 Sukhumvit Soi 49

Closest public transportation: BTS Thong Lo

Even though this spot is 100% vegan, that doesn't mean they only serve salads. With both Asian and Western dishes you'll be able to order classic brunch dishes like chia pudding and smoothie bowls as well as Thai tofu salads and green curry grain bowls. If you're looking for an ethical eating experience that won't leave you wanting more you should definitely stop by!


Tessa Domzalski

Where: 64/3 Thanon Pan

Closest public transportation: BTS Surasak

The restaurant serves up a bunch of brunch classics with a fun twist. Their breakfast burrito uses quinoa instead of rice and is loaded with bell peppers, corn, cheese and avocado — doesn't that sound amazing? They even have chicken and waffles (pictured above), but give it a creative Korean-kick with gojuchang ketchup and a kimchi waffle.


Tessa Domzalski

Where: 6/9 Sukhumvit Soi 39

Closest public transportation: BTS Phrom Phong

If you're the type who eats with their eyes then you have to stop by Brekkie. Their menu is full of fun and interesting dishes that look as good as they taste. I recommend their avocado toast which comes with smoked salmon and a perfectly poached egg (it's pretty, too). Their smoothie bowls are also some of the best in town!

Holey Artisan Bakery

Tessa Domzalski

Where: 245/12 Sukhumvit Soi 31

Closest public transportation: MRT Sukhumvit / BTS Phrom Phong

This bakery-slash-eatery is known for making some of the best bread and pastries in Bangkok. A perfect start (and end) to the day, you can stop by Holey's for a good meal and a damn good cup of coffee, too. If you're a fan of BEC's (bacon, egg and cheese's) make sure to get The Sunshine sandwich, a beautiful creation loaded with smoked mozzarella, ham, bacon, and a fried egg.