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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

After You


Toast that tosses

After You is a desserts power house in Bangkok. First debut in 2005 in Thonglo, our chic and high-so lifestyle neighborhood. Its trend setting dessert Shibuya toast (which doesn't find in Tokyo) is now being duplicated widely in Bangkok.

Ooops not just Shibuya toast I can order. After You also serves fabulous cakes and drinks. apple cider THB 85, best companion to the Shibuya toast
2. honey syrup for the Shibuya toast

3. Bangkok original Shibuya toast serves with vanilla ice cream THB 165 by After You
4. full aroma of buttery toast, sightly crispy outside while silky inside, just mouthwatering!

After You Dessert Cafe ***3/4
J-Avenue branch
Soi 13

Sukhumvit Road Soi 55
Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Tel.: 02.712.9266

La Villa branch, 2/F
356 Phaholyothin Road
Phayathai, Bangkok 10300
Tel.: 02.613.0597

Open daily : 11 am - 10 pm
Pay (desserts only for two): around THB 300

* (update on 2011-10-20: After You opened at the Siam Paragon)


Stella said...

Look forward to seeing the dessert here.

in the sea said...

I see. Here is the preview.

Mickey Mouse said...

ooops a preview to a epicure journey!

Stella said...

This dessert must not be that good otherwise you would have brought me here by now.

Thailand Club said...

@Stella: Sea visits BKK 1,000 times more than u while he still not sample all the good food, so how could u!

in the sea said...

Correct. It keeps changing. J Avenue wasn't like this for sure. Thonglor has changed a lot for the past 10 years.

in the sea said...

BTW, sorry that I might not be aware of how this toast is like actually. I recall now in some cafe in Harujuku (very close to Shibuya though), they serve toast like this but they call it in another way. In fact my Japanese friends told me that's originated from HK. If you don't show me the photos, I thought it's the ordinary toast.

Tommy Leung said...

Wow then suggest that B&B serves this Hong Kong Honey Toast! hahaha

Stella said...

BKK is really amazing in terms of good food and its variety, also its ever changing expansion of the eatery. This is a gold mine only half uncovered.

in the sea said...

I think Japanese food is often adapted from food they learn from other places. Even coffee isn't the same.

Stella said...

Japanese are good at adapting, refining and improving things from others. And sometimes they end up being better than the originator.

Yai said...

I eat this toast in After You before, very delicious.