Mandarin Oriental Shop & Cafe @ Gaysorn, Bangkok, Thailand [ Short Review ]

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  1. uggboy
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    uggboy Gold Member

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    July 2014

    On one July afternoon in Bangkok we went to the Mandarin Oriental Cafe at Gaysorn.

    The interior was a mix of classic and contemporary.

    The staff greeted us warmly and left us the choice where to sit.

    Soon the smiley staff delivered the menu and took our order when we were ready. We had two mocktails (a yoga blend and a red rose), two hot chocolates, a turkey bagel sandwich and an Oriental chicken salad with yogurt curry dressing. All was very good. The mustard added a nice zing to the turkey sandwich.

    We also had macaroons as dessert. The Elvis Presley (named after the singer and was filled with the King's favorite food: peanut butter and jelly) and the squid ink were the most unusal. We liked the intense flavor and how delicate the meringue of all of the macaroons were.

    Our bill came in at 1702 THB (ca. 39.85 Euro or ca. 53.40 USD).

    When in Bangkok we always try to go either to the Mandarin Oriental and The Terrace directly or visit one of the cafes, so next time around there won't be an exception.

    Would we visit again this Cafe for lunch? YES?
    Would we recommend this Cafe to a friend? YES!

    Thank you and safe travels. :)
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  2. MileWriter

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    That sounds like a great price for the Mandarin Oriental. Thanks for sharing!
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