Tate Cafe, Bangkok.

After checking in our bags, we decided to grab a bite. There are many swanky looking dining spots in Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok and somehow my attention was drawn to the Tate Cafe by Le Notre. Perhaps it was the lush pastries on show (kept drooling at the sight of the macarons), the hot pink and black theme?

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we plonked ourselves and our bags at a corner booth seat, and made our picks from the menu which offered both thai and western fare. had water (THB30) to sip while waiting and even the bottle and cups were more bergaya than usual. lol.

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chose the club sandwich which came with potato chips and a salad (THB155). was good as the ingredients were fresh, crisp and well-made.

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my friend had the beef burger (THB180) which was served with potato wedges and a salad. looks good eh?

due to the time constraint (was running late to departure gate), i didn’t manage to try any of the desserts. and they all looked so inviting too! and i was definitely drooling after the macarons. so looks like the next time i am at the bangkok airport, i’ll be heading here for some sweets. can’t wait.

Tate Cafe by Le Notre
3rd Floor, Main Terminal,
Suvarnabhumi Airport
Bangkok, Thailand.

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6 Comments »

  1. FP Miller said

    Thanks for the blog and great pics.

    As a long time resident of Bangkok, now back in the States, please excuse me for saying that Suvarnabhumi Airport is not only ugly, poorly planned and inconvenient, it is down right dangerous.

    Given the time, however, and assuming that I getting through everything safely and on time, I will try to check out the restaurant.

    Thanks again for the great blog.

    epicuriousgirl says: thanks for visiting. :) i really don’t remember the old airport to be frank but i have heard a lot of the safety hazards with regards to this airport. just hope that something is being done about it.

  2. ipohwav3 said

    I came here before last year’s January when we’re waiting to board the plane go back to KL. Their tiramisu was a bit weird, with coffee as the base.

    epicuriousgirl says: oh? will steer clear of that then. it was the macarons that i was drooling at!

  3. wmw said

    I recalled I couldn’t decide where to eat and ended up not eating at this airport here! Hahaha…

    epicuriousgirl says: i know what u mean. feel spoilt for choice in a way… and some places were too crowded.

  4. teckiee said

    at here on my way back too. miss bkk a lot.

    epicuriousgirl says: my last few trips prior to this was a bit rushed as it was a work & pleasure thing. colleagues tried to squeeze in too much shopping. enjoyed this round more. so looks like i want to go back too!

  5. im heading up north in end of april..would definitely like to have a list of places to eat and shop! and stay as well while u at it haha..im waiting for the updates

    epicuriousgirl says: i don’t really have a guide to eating in bangkok as i normally just try any street food that appeals to me. but i did go around looking for some repeats this trip coz we were staying at the same place (samran.com). it’s a bit small, but very clean and rather convenient. near the skytrain station, and lots of street food behind. even food at the hotel wasn’t bad.

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