10 Cute Tearooms To Try In Bangkok

Tea Time  | ©  Pixabay
Tea Time | © Pixabay
Photo of Kelly Iverson
28 December 2016

Bangkok is, surprisingly, chock-full of charming tearooms. Whether you are looking for a tasteful cup of tea or a scrumptious scone, the capital of Thailand has a place for you. Here, 10 cute tearoom to try in Bangkok.

Erawan Tea Room

Tea Room, Restaurant, Thai, Tea
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Erawan Tea Room
Erawan Tea Room | © Courtesy of the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

Enjoy an elegant afternoon sipping on a cup of tea and nibbling on a savory dessert at the Erawan Tea Room. The selection of tea is wide, with options available from around the world, including China, India, Sri Lanka, and, of course, Thailand. The tearoom is located on the 2nd floor of the Erawan Bangkok Mall, and it overlooks the shimmering Erawan Shrine sitting right outside its beautifully decorated interior. In addition to its abundance of tea, Erawan Tea Room also serves up a plethora of delicious Thai cuisine, including a number of different appetizers, salads, soups, curries and, of course, desserts. An afternoon tea set will set you back ฿600. All-you-can-eat dinner is ฿950, and all-you-can-eat lunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays for ฿950, as well.

Peace Oriental Teahouse

Tea Room, Tea , $$$
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Genmaicha | ©  Frédérique Voisin-Demery/Flickr

Those tea-drinkers who seek perfection in every cup should head to Peace Oriental Teahouse. The tea served at this unique tearoom is broken up into categories, including purist, idealist, and perfectionist. Customers categorize themselves accordingly and enjoy tea with differing intensities of umami, fragrance, complexity, and bitterness. The least expensive tea on the extensive menu is their genmaicha, with 50 grams of this distinctive tea costing ฿450. Prices vary depending on how much tea visitors purchase, however, and some will cost visitors as much as ฿23,520 (for 1 kilogram of houjicha).

Double Dogs Tea Room

Tea Room, Chinese, Tea , $$$
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Reenergize from Chinatown's chaos with a cup of expertly-brewed tea | © Double Dogs Tea Room
Chinatown in Bangkok is a popular destination, particularly for its delicious, street-side eats. Double Dog’s Tea Room just gave visitors one more reason to head to this vibrant neighborhood. This cute tearoom provides tourists a refreshing break from the bustling Yaowarat Road, which is where Double Dog’s Tea Room is located. The storefront can get lost among the two buildings it is lodged between, with a large red sign calling the attention of possible customers. The tearoom has ample low, wooden tables and benches, with bright flowers giving each table a pop of color. In addition to the best, hand-selected tea, Double Dog’s Tea Room also serves a variety of desserts, tea cocktails, fizzy drinks, and more.

Twinnings Tea Boutique

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Cup of tea | © PactoVisual/Pixabay

Those escaping the bitter cold of England in Bangkok will be happy to hear that premium English tea can still be found in the City of Angels. Twinnings Tea Boutique is stocked with hand-selected baked snacks and more, including their English breakfast scone. Twinnings Tea Boutique puts its own unique spin on some of tea-lovers’ favorite drinks and more, with interesting combinations including its Earl Grey chocolate melting moment, and even Earl Grey ice cream.

Al Majlis

Restaurant, Tea Room, Tea , Thai, $$$
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Al Majlis is both charming and vibrant, with an impeccably decorated interior and extensive menu. This tearoom and restaurant also has a welcoming and plush outdoor seating area, equipped with colorful throw pillows and comfortable bean-bags perfect for getting cozy. Candlelit tables, in addition to green shrubbery surrounding the area on all sides, make for the most romantic of atmospheres.

Authors' Lounge

Restaurant, Tea Room, French, Italian, Chinese, $$$
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Afternoon tea connoisseurs in Bangkok favor Authors’ Lounge, the most luxurious of places to enjoy your favorite cup of tea. Its charming interior is equipped with crisp, white wicker seating with green, floral print throw-pillows, making them that much more comfortable. The lounge is both charming and contemporarily decorated, making it the perfect place to enjoy your favorite afternoon tea. The homemade scones and finger sandwiches are delicious and pair perfectly with its traditional or Mandarin Oriental Thai tea set. Authors’ Lounge also has an abundance of savories and mouthwatering sweets. The Authors’ Lounge does adhere to a dress code, so put on your most elegant attire and head to this amazing tea room.

Cha Panya

Tea Room, Bar, Dessert Shop, Tea , Pub Grub, Thai, Dessert, $$$
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Cha Panya keeps it simple, with a neutral-colored interior and contemporary décor welcoming afternoon tea drinkers. While its furnishings might be lacking luxury or flash, its tea selection continues to impress even the most avid of tea drinkers. Cha Panya is all about promoting mindfulness and wellbeing, and the tearoom is even equipped with a meditation room. In addition to the tea, customers will find a variety of drinks and snacks with origins from across the globe, including Western and Chinese-inspired desserts.

Seven Suns

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Those who visit Seven Suns are sure to find the best quality tea and tisanes from around the world. China, Taiwan, Japan and Thailand are some of the countries you can expect to find tea originating from. All of the Seven Suns teas are served Gong-Fu style, and tea sets start at ฿220. Seven Suns’ most popular teas include their silk oolong, which is a buttery light oolong tea that smells of cream and mango, as well as their black rose tea from China, which is infused with rose petals. In addition to its premium imported teas, this tearoom also serves up some delicious herbal tonics, juices, and smoothie bowls for restaurant-goers to enjoy.

Nova Tea Room

Tea Room, Tea , Italian, European, $$$
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Tearooms do not get much more elegant than the Nova Tea Room, located right off the BTS Skytrain station Phrom Phong inside of Emquartier, one of the most luxurious malls in the city. This British tearoom in Bangkok is certainly glitzy, with lavish leather seating and an interior with floor-to-ceiling marble. In addition to their afternoon tea sets, which start at ฿550, this tearoom also serves up both Western and Italian dishes.

Yellow Spoon Pastry

Tea Room, Pastry Shop, Tea , Pastries, $$$
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Ekkamai is a haven for cafés and coffee shops. Bangkokians and foreigners alike can’t walk down the streets of this area without passing a café or two, each one seemingly cuter than the next. Yellow Spoon Pastry is no exception. Located in a thriving area, this artisan bakery shop serves up a variety of delicious treats, in addition to some noteworthy creations that include wedding cakes. All of the desserts are sugar-free, so visitors can indulge as much as they please without all of the guilt. Many of Yellow Spoon Pastry’s desserts are gluten-free, as well. This tearoom even offers private baking classes for those customers wanting to take their delicious recipes home with them. Yellow Spoon Pastry also has two other locations in the city.

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