CLOSED: Orange Cafe

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )



35/4 Soi Yommarat, Sala Daeng, Bangkok, Thailand, 10500

Vegetarian cafe off Silom Road, opened since Jan 2012. Offers a changing monthly lunch menu that include sandwiches, salads, Thai and European dishes; fresh juices and a selection of teas and cakes. Located within Sala Som a townhouse so named for its orange roof, and shares the ground floor with Bangkok Complementary Health. It's also connected to a therapy center with therapy rooms on the 2nd & 3rd floors. Has Wi-Fi. Directions: walk along Soi Sala Daeng from Silom road until you see a green sign for Sala Daeng Colonnade Hotel, turn left into Soi Yommarat then take the second turning on the right, the cafe is in the 4th townhouse along on the left. SHUT DOWN FEB 2015 CONFIRMED BY ITS WEBPAGE.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Thai, Western, Juice bar, Take-out, European

Reviews (7)

First Review by udo

Delicious freshly made food - Edit

I've been there once and tried 3 great vegan dishes. The mushrooms wrapped in vegan bacon were awesome.

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Pros: air con, freshly made, free water

Cons: small meals

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Friendly & creative - Edit

Orange Café serves some innovative variations on the usual Thai staples. I had a "won ton pad Thai" special that substituted crunchy fried won-tons for the usual rice noodles, to interesting effect.

Portions are a bit on the small side for the price, but the quality is good.

Fresh juices are also a plus.

Pros: creative

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Hidden, but worth looking for - Edit

Hidden away in some backstreets in Silom you can find this pleasant eatery. The menu is not very big, but that is not a bad thing. The food is delicious, although the portions are on the rather small size. You shouldn't go there when you are really hungry, because it takes a long time to prepare your food. But it is worth the wait. Very delicious, although a bit pricey, could be related to the area. I will be back.

Pros: Delicious, Staff speaks English

Cons: Price, Waiting time

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Fresh, friendly and tasty but tiny - Edit

This small eatery is a short walk from the Dusit Thani hotel, but is not that easy to find as several road signs are obscured or non-existent.
The food is all made "fresh", with some microwave help, and has great flavours and a good helping of chilli, often lacking.
Sadly the portions are tiny. If you're a man-sized vegan looking for a man-sized meal, you might need to double or triple up on your orders to get enough food.
Worth a try as the prices reflect the portion sizes.

Pros: fresh, great flavours, good English

Cons: slow, small meals, hard to find

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Great freshly-cooked food - Edit

The best Thai food we ate in Bangkok and the only place we visited twice.

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hidden gem - Edit

Definitely keep a sharp eye for the place, it's well hidden. Food was excellent, I'll become a regular for sure....

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Discover delicate tastes - Edit

Orange Cafe is a bit hidden, just of Sala Daeng. Definitely worth looking for. Although not cheap, the food is fantastic.

Pros: Delicious, Unconventional

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