Does Greyhound cafe need anymore introduction! Their edgy boutiques and their cafes are the coolest hang out in central Bangkok. We went there straight after Chatuchak and I was thrilled they served vegetarian menu too with lots of cheese offerings which was not ideal for any vegan. I chose 2 dishes to try and prices ranged from 120-180 for any dishes. It came with a warm toasted bread with homemade cheese.
I had cream of asparagus soup without the bacon bits and it tasted really green and yummy with crunchy fresh asparagus on the side. Could drink more of this and would love to try making it myself at home too.
The next dish was grilled vegetables which was the highlight of both the dishes. The pesto sauce went really went with the mushroom, grilled capsicum and zucchini and due to the grilling time it was served last after all the dishes came. Would definitely order this again if I visit the cafe.
Siam Center, Ground Floor, Bangkok, Thailand (BTS Siam Station Exit 1) Tel: +662 658 112 930
Other Greyhound Café branches: J Avenue Lifestyle, Emporium, Central Chidlom, Phaholyothin; Ratchayothin; The Crystal (All in Bangkok) and IFC Mall (Hong Kong)
Opening Hours: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Daily
After a hearty meal at Greyhound, we ended up having supper at a popular italian restaurant Bella Napoli by one of my girlfriend’s brother. My only option was Aglio olio with fettuccine pasta and it was really disappointing. The pasta was really hard and barely any olive oil or garlic taste. It was spicy indeed and I had to add more olive oil and balsamic vinegar to spice up the flavour. At 200 baht it’s not really a pasta to scream about. From what I observed, this place is more known for their pizza than pastas which came in ginormous portions.3/1 Sukhumvit soi 31, Bangkok, Thailand (Wattana)