There are endless bakeries in Bangkok, with more popping up every day. Thus, deliberating which bakery to visit can be a tiresome affair, especially with the abundance of choice. This is why we’ve created a list of the 5 best spots in Bangkok to help you in your search. From freshly baked bread, artistic pastries, to sweet and savoury bites; one of these bakeries is sure to suit your mood and appetite.
Top 5 bakeries in Bangkok
1. Holey Artisan Bakery
Opening hours: Daily, 7:00 – 19:00.
Address: 4 locations in Bangkok. Featured: 245 12 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 – Google Maps
Holey Artisan Bakery makes all their baked goods using authentic recipes, so you can be sure to get the best flavours. Plus, they prepare, sell, and display all of their goods daily, ensuring freshness and quality. Making yourself choose between their selection of bread, pastries, and cakes is just an unnecessary struggle. We recommend that you get one or more of every single option, but the Super Sourdough is a great place to start. It has a tangy taste, chewy texture, and crisp crust – the perfect companion for a hearty breakfast.
Aside from their bread, their sweet treats are just appetising. We love the creamy New York Cheesecake, as well as the rich Triple Chocolate Brownie. Both cakes taste even better than they look! If you want to go all in, order their range of salads, sandwiches, and breakfast meals as well. The Cubano Pressed Panini is perfect for lunch, with porchetta, bacon, ham, cheddar, dijon, pickle, and jalapeños. So the next time you need a breakfast that’s hard to beat or a delicious treat, head to Holey Artisan Bakery. With 4 locations across Bangkok, they’re never too far away from where you are.
2. Landhaus Bakery
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 7:00 – 19:00.
Address: 18 Soi Phahonyothin 5, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 – Google Maps
With a name translating to “farmhouse” in German, Landhaus flaunts itself as such. Its interior is rustic and minimal; featuring concert flooring, natural wood accents and a large table covered in freshly baked goods.
They offer hearty loaves of seeded and whole grain bread that they bake in a traditional wood-fired oven. Some stand-outs here are the buttery and fluffy Brioche Zopf and the hand-made Florianer Rye Bread, suitable for vegans diets. In addition, their pastries range from Danishes, Brezel’s, Croissants to Strudel – in particular, the Caramel Walnut Danish is a must-try. Finally, their brunch options, like their Farmers Style Breakfast and Pork Loin Sandwich are affordable and nourishing.
3. Konnichipan Bakery
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 08:00 – 18:00.
Address: 183 Chakrabongse Rd, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 – Google Maps
Founded by a Japanese chef, Konnichipan is a quaint bakery and one of the cheapest on our list. However, despite its low prices, the bakery does not skimp on quality.
The venue is lined with a variety of bread, pastries and other confections. Whilst each pack a punch, the Danish Choux Cream Croissant is one of their signatures, along with their Mango Creamcheese Brioche. Moreover, for something more savoury, the Parmesan Potatoes is a delicious option. Enjoy these with a hot cup of coffee or if you’re visiting on a hot day, opt for one of their iced drinks instead.
4. Brioche from Heaven
Opening hours: Daily, 9:30 – 19:30.
Address: 156, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 – Google Maps
As the name suggests, Brioche from Heaven specialises in Brioches that they offer in multiple flavours. Their top-selling cinnamon brioche, doused in caramel and topped with walnuts is light yet complex; but they also make Brioche’s plain or with coconut, butterscotch macadamia, Nutella, peanut butter and more. Alternatively, they offer pastries such as scones, danishes and croissants; of these, guests go crazy over Chef Gai’s Yuzu Tart.
5. Drop by Dough
Opening hours: Daily, 10:00 – 18:00.
For some of the best doughnuts in Bangkok, go to Drop by Dough. Made with South Korea-imported flour, the doughnuts here are as soft and as chewy as you can imagine. The unique and creative flavours, such as the raspberry rose, lemon meringue, and young coconut with almond, satisfy sweet tooths of all ages. And aside from this yumminess, Drop by Dough also offers a good selection of coffee.
For more scrumptious bites, read our article on the top 5 dessert cafes in Bangkok.
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