Bangkok Trading Post Bangkok - Why We Love It
Adjoining the 137 Pillars Suites, surrounded by dense trees is the all-day-dining cafe Bangkok Trading Post. The high ceiling and spacious seating make this a great spot to lounge around whilst being sun-drenched from the surrounding glass walls.
A perfect escape from the hustle and bustle, the boutiquey space has many charms including their marble tables and gorgeous outside seating area. Bangkok Trading Post is known for its outstanding brunch with layered, fluffy Quinoa Pancakes [250฿] with grilled bananas and whipped orange butter being a staple. Their Eggs Benedict [340฿] with smoked salmon and sautéed spinach on baguette is a strong option alongside their delicious goat cheese, roasted pimento pepper and boerewors sausage Spanish Omelette [290฿].
Bangkok Trading Post is a great place for a business lunch or friendly catch up with some of the light options available. There's nothing better than tucking into their packed, Tuna Tataki Salad [340฿] with a bottle of Chenin Blanc in the early afternoon. Some other great wine pairing options would be their deli sharing boards. Their Meat Board included chorizo, salami, prosciutto and pork pate. And their Cheese and Vegi Board holds blue cheese, baby gherkins, olives and goats cheese at [480฿] and [450฿] respectively. And, although a little pricey, who could resist their Grilled Wagyu Beef Burger [580฿] served on a beetroot bun with mouthwatering grilled bacon, melted cheese, slaw and potato fries?
There does seem to be something for everyone here with pasta, pizza, wok & curry and from the sea all having sections with the same attention to detail. We think this is a great place to check out and a safe bet for those undecided on where to host a catch-up. We included Bangkok Trading Post in our top Bangkok brunch options and it is one of the few in the list that serves a tasty congee for your brekkie. You can check out our full Bangkok Brunch Guide on this article here.
What to order at Bangkok Trading Post
Looking for something different? Try the lamb shawarma for an Arabic experience.