There are many fabulous places in the City of Angels to satisfy your sugar cravings and sweet tooth. Check out these cool, wacky, and whimsical dessert shops around Bangkok for the ultimate after-dinner treat.
Mo & Moshi is a seriously cool ice cream shop within the Siam Center mall. There are various flavours of the homemade ice creams and frozen yoghurts to choose between, including lemon sorbet, rum raisin, cotton candy, and green tea, as well as the classics of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. Gorgeously presented and accompanied by waffles, cones, sprinkles, fruit, cream, cookies, and more, they’re not just pretty to look at; some are huge! The Strawberry Supreme, for example, contains a whopping 22 scoops of ice cream! It’s definitely one to share, and you may want to skip dinner. If you’re not down for a mammoth dessert, how about an Ice Cream Burger or Toast Tower instead?
Pretty pinks, pastel shades, and an abundance of unicorns make this one whimsical and Insta-worthy Bangkok establishment. There are even unicorns hanging from the ceiling as though they’re in mid-flight. The Unicorn Cafe serves an assortment of attractive and brightly coloured fare, with snacks and desserts being popular options. There’s honey toast topped with ice cream and, naturally, an upturned ice cream cone that looks like a unicorn horn. There’s rainbow-coloured waffles with multi-coloured candy floss and ice cream — again with a cone horn. Even the hot chocolate, with lashings of whipped cream and colourful marshmallows, is finished with a small edible horn. It’s a place that makes you appreciate fairy tales and mythical creatures.
A wonderful fantasy land, Sretsis Parlour not only features gorgeous designs and decor but it also dishes up desserts that are delectable and beautiful. A place for edible eye candy, the cafe’s tagline is fitting: “Serving Fantasy on Your Plate”. Try a Surprise Cake to find a small figurine inside your dessert, relish the lychee jelly served in a wine glass, and try to stop yourself from ordering everything on the menu! Warning: the desserts are so beautiful you may not want to eat them!
Mori Dessert Bar is a Japanese cafe with two outlets in Bangkok. One is located at Siam Square, while the other can be found along Royal City Avenue, one of Bangkok’s major nightlife areas. The regular desserts are cute and tempting, but it’s the “Crazy Milkshakes” that really stand out. Enjoy a drink and dessert at the same time, with a mason jar filled with a milkshake and a generous slice of cake on top. For the prettiest option, go for the Rainbow Crazy Milkshake. Colourful and sweet, in all senses of the word, the drink-cum-dessert is also dripping with sprinkles and sauce, rounded off with a swirly lollipop.
After You was already a popular dessert cafe chain in Bangkok, but the company decided to open a unique outlet … with only durian-flavoured products on its menu. Yes, After You Durian is dedicated to the stinky fruit that can cause huge debates between friends. You either love it or hate it, but there’s no ignoring it. If you’re in the love camp, sink your teeth into durian honey toast, let durian ice cream slide down your throat, and sip on a durian frappe. You’ll find this durian wonderland within Siam Paragon.
Although not strictly a dessert cafe, Caturday Cafe deserves its place on this list for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the desserts it offers are super cute and tasty. If you’re looking for colours, order the exciting rainbow crepe cake. Want to satisfy your chocolate cravings? The chocolate lava cake should hit the spot. Secondly, you get to enjoy your sweets while surrounded by fluffy felines! From the playful to the grumpy and from the bold to the shy, all cat characters can be found here.
If there was an award for combining art and ice cream, IceDEA would likely win! Ice cream is crafted into various realistic designs; sit down to a “meal” of steak and chips or pork cutlet … all made from ice cream and fruit! How about a slice of durian, a mangosteen, or a flower in a pot, all made from the cold dairy treat? As well as being visually appealing or interesting, the flavours are creative too. Try wasabi, steak, apple crumble, and tofu, among others. There are other imaginative desserts and drinks to tempt you too.
Located in swanky Thonglor, Mocking Tales is a funky dessert cafe by day and a trendy bar by night. The mouth-watering ice cream desserts are based on fantasy and fairy tales. With names like Sacred Ground, Poisoned Apple, Inferno Mountain, and Spirit of Future, it’s hard not to be intrigued. Everything is imaginative, from the names, the appearance, and the ingredients, to the artistic lattes and tasty cocktails.
A cute and quirky cafe tucked away from Bangkok’s hustle and bustle and in the hipster area of Ekkamai, Perhaps Rabbits’ lets you step into the world of fairy tales. A red maple tree stands in the cafe and there are cool Alice in Wonderland references throughout. A family-friendly place to spend a few chilled-out hours, little ones are sure to love the cool playroom. The home-baked cakes are beautiful and photogenic, with creations like an egg you crack open to relish a cheesecake, an owl head cake, and a sweet and sticky chocolate cake designed to look like a rabbit’s hole. There are cute cookies and cupcakes to tempt you too.
Bigger really is better when it comes to desserts, and Once Cafe delivers towering sweets that are sure to make anyone’s eyes light up. Tuck into gigantic stacks of pancakes layered with ice cream, fruit, and other goodies, with sauce dripping down the sides, or sink your teeth into mountains of sweet shaved ice with an assortment of toppings and sauces. It’s a terrific place to take a break from shopping around the glitzy Siam Square.