Ur Station

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )

612 Soi Suan Phlu (Sathorn Tai Soi 3) (at South Sathorn Road, opposite Immigration Bureau), Bangkok, Thailand, 10120

Western style coffee shop with air conditioning. Dishes include rice and noodles with vegetables, mock meats, salads, vegan croissants and bagels. Food made to order (call ahead). Sliced cakes and pastries are vegan and most of their packaged baked goods are also vegan; some contain egg. Fat-free cakes available. Soy milk available for drinks. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm. Hot food served until 3:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, International, Fast food

8 Reviews

First Review by jube007

Best vegan cake in town - Edit

Nice little restaurant. The food that we had was very tasty. Especialy the red curry. The vegan blueberry cake was ... just wow :) Staff is very friendly.

Pros: Good value, Vegan pastery

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Decent - Edit

I ordered two things when I went here. The first was a soft roll with vegetarian tuna, and that was followed by a slice of blueberry cake.

To begin with I would say that I was completely underwhelmed. Just finding this cafe isn't easy because there is no signage on the outside to indicate it's name, or that it's vegetarian. Check out the photos before you go to ensure that you know what it looks like.

Fancying something different to typical Thai vegetarian food I asked for a croissant with vegetarian tuna, but both that and the bagels were sold out, so the only sandwich-type item remaining was a soft roll (it was about 11:15am on a Friday by this point).

That got served to me, and although edible, it certainly wasn't what you'd term 'healthy' vegetarian food. The white bread was a little soggy and the sandwich had been lathered with a mayonnaise-type sauce (presumably made without egg, although I didn't check).

At this point I wasn't especially thrilled to have searched this place out, and a further frustration was that only three or four of the ten or so tables actually had napkins. All of these tables were occupied, and not wanting to disturb others who were eating, I had to resort to wiping my face onto my hands and my hands onto my chair just to clear myself of any stray mayonnaise.

I subsequently got the blueberry cake, which was good enough to add a star to this review, and stopped my feeling of disappointment having come here. I asked and they confirmed to me that this was milk and egg free. I was largely a little underwhelmed though to be honest.

The two ladies working here were lovely, and eating my soft roll, it was with envy that I looked over to other tables that had ordered Thai food, because that really did look good. So maybe next time I'll opt for typical Thai food instead.

Along with the cakes, that would make coming here a worthwhile trip, although even the delicious baked goods fell short one or two other choices in Bangkok that're listed on Happy Cow.

It's a decent place, and I'll come back again to try some different choices, and hopefully that'll convince me to add one more star to my review.

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Nice place - Edit

I went there for breakfast, had the vegan fried rice curry which was good. The staff speaks english very well and they are helpful. Most of the dishes contain fake meat. All in all it is a nice place to eat breakfast or lunch once in a while!

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Vegan cake and pastries - Edit

I love this place. They have awesome vegan cakes, pastries and the best in my opinion was the croissant.

There have good meals around 65 THB to lunch. Some fake meats.

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Pros: Air con, Lots of vegan options, Nice staff

Cons: Limited opening hours, Artificial juices

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Yummy vegan baked goodness - Edit

This is a small bakery offering a wide scrumptious range of treats, some ready to pick up and go, and a menu of things they will make fresh. While a little tricky to find its worth the effort!
We had to get a bag of goodies away with us, because the breakfast was excellent and the cake was unbelievably good (breakfast cake is acceptable on your birthday lol).

Pros: Great menu, Nice staff, air-con and free wi-fi

Cons: Tricky to find, English is ok, Some milk and yogurt drinks - be aware

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Where else can you get Vegan Cakes in Bangkok? - Edit

I come here quite often as it's close to my office. UR-Station has a good selection of 8 to 12 dishes. My personal favourite is the Suki Haeng, veggie Suki Yaki in source rather than soup you can see it in the photo I added. They have a menu board in Thai, English and Chinese and the Manageress speaks some English. Main dishes are 55-75 baht, Coffee/Tea/smoothies all around 70-80 baht.
The food is good, but the stand out option is obviously the vegan cakes very nice I couldn't tell the difference. I could with the doughnuts but they don't make them that often so they might well be a work in progress. A pleasant place to sit n' chat. I'm told the coffee is ok too but I don't drink coffee so can't confirm it.
Updated from previous review on Friday June 08, 2012

Pros: Cakes, Air-conditioning, English menu

Cons: Limited Selection

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Recommended to all vegans and vegetarian - Edit

This place has the best home made vegan cakes. Highly recommended :D

Pros: Great cakes, Good serevice, Nice staffs

Cons: No parking lots

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excellent food - Edit

after many visits to the Immigration Bureau which is right across from the restaurant, i have tried many dished there.
their noodles in soup is very mild and tasty. the vermicelli salad was refreshing while the "khao mhu tod" (fake pork on rice) was delicious. prices are unbeatable. no parking. totally recommended...

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