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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Malai Coffee House


Evergreen 'night owl' cuisine

I have reviewed Malai's scrumptious Thai-Chinese khao-tom set that surprisingly has been offered in an aging downtown hotel - the Malaysia Hotel. Despite its shabby interior, the hotel's attached coffee shop offers true twenty-four hour service and a full menu (not a 'light' menu from 10 pm to dawn likes most hotels' so-called 24-hour dining) that may comfort my stomach anytime around the clock, especially after midnight while choices of eateries are thin; it is convenient for those who lodge in the Sathorn vicinity would like to eat real food other than microwave meals from the 7-Eleven, though gourmet is not a realistic quest at Malai Coffee House.

Malai Coffee House ***
The Malaysia Hotel
54 Soi Ngamduplee
off Rama IV Road
Sathorn, Bangkok 10120
Tel.: 02.679.7127

Open daily 24 hours
Pay (food only for two): around THB 600


Stella said...

This place is suitable for me and Chris since we are night owls.
That is why I love BKK so much besides HK.

Stella said...

Looks like a nice full meal for the owl.

in the sea said...

The T-bone steak looks pretty good though. :)

Stella said...

I also like the sunny side up.

Tommy Leung said...

This hotel is very old, 40 years maybe? But the food looks pretty good.

Fillet-O Fish said...

OMG a classic pink hotel and I think it is used to be an essential "before or after" dining den for party goers.

Stella said...

Too bad no fish burger to eat here.