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Friday, December 16, 2011



On the hand of clowns

After the opening of a few restaurants around the world, including one in Bangkok - the Hyde & Seek at Athenee Residence (oh I love the burger and cocktails there), celebrity chef Ian Chalermkittichai and his business partners opened Sucre in the Siam Paragon, to cater a younger crowd of movie goers and the nearby Siam high-so(ciety) school kids for the restaurant's specialties, which are crepes, cakes and light meals in a fusion twist. The circus vibe and colorful hue promote fun and dine-in concept, but Sucre's clowns are probably in immediate training mode and mood!

Sucre Cafe ***
5/F Major Paragon Cineplex
The Siam Paragon Shopping Centre
991 Rama I Road
Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel.: 02.610.9556

Open daily : 12 - 9 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 700


Tommy Leung said...

Desserts in a circus, that must be fun!

Anonymous said...

I walk by this coffee shop, it is always no customer.

Stella said...

The crepes is not bad in fact.
And nice deco of the circus feel.

in the sea said...

This shop is really interesting. BTW, try their berry drink too. The green tea mousse is very nice.

Stella said...

This price is not bad at all.
If in LA this is considered one of the best already.
But in BKK still lots of competition.

Fillet-O Fish said...

A circus dessert cafe, this place is cute man!

Thailand Club said...

desserts a bit too sweet (for me), just prefect for the sweet tooth, of course!