As long there’s a space in your tummy to fill, you can eat non-stop in Bangkok. So much food to try in Bangkok.
I often see friends who visited Bangkok, definitely dropped by this Dessert Cafe. It is well known for its Shibuya Toast.
After You dessert café first opened in 2007. Till today, there are about 30 outlets opened around Bangkok.
My last year’s trip to Bangkok, I didn’t get the chance to come here because I went to Hello Kitty cafe instead, my favorite Sanrio character. So, this year’s trip I told my friend to include this cafe into our itinerary.
Little did I know, After You Dessert Cafe, Siam Square One is actually next to Hello Kitty Cafe. LOL LOL!! At the main entrance, one is on the left, and the other is on right. 😀
As I entered the cafe, I could see almost all seats are filled. The atmosphere look alike in Korea. 🙂
Over here, you gotto queue up at the counter to make orders. Kinda like self service. But they will bring the food over to your seating table.
Even though it looks crowded, but food was served not long after we placed our order.
I looked at tables around me, they would order either toast or kakigori (bingsoo) or both of them. All the desserts actually looked so mouth-watering and instragram worthy 😀
Ice water is available for free.
Extracted from the website, there are total 9 types of Shibuya Honey Toast here (1 is missing from the frame, Strawberry Cream Toast).
I chose the Shibuya Honey Toast (195 baht), a rather classic one because I wished to taste the originality.
Now I understand why people like their toast so much. Although the toast is thick, but it is not dry inside. Crisp outside but has a very smooth and moisture bread texture inside. Cut into blocks, every surface is spread with margarine. It was so nice eaten together with the vanilla ice cream.
My friend also ordered the Chocolate Lave (175 baht).
Dive in your fork and watch the chocolate flow. The chocolate filling was rich and smooth. However I felt the size is abit small lar. 😀
Durian Crumbstick (95 baht) looking interesting. Therefore we ordered one to kill our curiosity. Shaped like a real durian pulp, but its actually an ice cream. Very smooth and rich durian flavor, for durian lovers.
For drinks, I had Hot Cappuccino (115 baht) served with a piece of biscuit, while my friend had Iced Latte.
Merchandises like T-shirt, Tote Bags and Stainless Steel Cup are sold here too.
I will definitely come for the Toast again if I visit Bangkok next round. There are so many nice cafes in Bangkok now. So, if you are a cafe hopper, do plan it well. 🙂
Oh ya, there’s also a small kiosk of After You Cafe at Don Mueang Airport. But it only serve cakes and kakigori.