Veganerie Bakery - Mercury Ville

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4F Mercury Ville, Chitlom BTS, Lang Suan St, Bangkok, Thailand

The flagship location of this vegan bakery, est. 2013 on the 4th floor of Mercury Ville department store. Offers a large range of vegan pastries and sweets in addition to coconut ice cream and coffee drinks; waffles and granola in the morning. Added also savory meal dishes. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan

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First Review by eric

the best menu ever - Edit

This place is the best, extensive menu and delicious food in a cute and convenient place. The food is great portion sizes and very reasonably priced.

Pros: menu

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Amaaazing - Edit

This bakery has everything I could ever wish for again since turning vegan! Incredibly good! We went back 2 times to try the different kinds of desserts. So yum!

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No english breakfast - Edit

I went there today to have the new English breakfast they posted on FB but they didn´t have it and never heard of it, and it wasn´t on the menu. So disappointing, I had to take something else.

Expensive place, and not so delicious I had hoped for.
Small portions.



Pros: It´s vegan

Cons: Expensive, Small portions, Slow service

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Get your dessert fix here! - Edit

The menu at this bakery keeps growing and growing - it's so hard to choose what to eat now! The savory food is so-so but their pancakes, waffles, cakes, slices and ice cream are fantastic! I love the almond raspberry slice and their cheesecake is one of the best vegan cheesecakes I have ever tasted. Prices are definitely on the higher side, but if you have a sweet tooth or need a sugar fix, I recommend you head to Veganerie.

Pros: All their sweet food, Variety, Multiple locations

Cons: High price, Savory food not amazing

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More than just desserts... - Edit

Had I known that this spot had a full menu, I would have ordered a real dinner as opposed to just a pizza roll and some ice cream, and some cake to go, but, even not having a real meal, I can't complain. Everything was ace. I saw other patrons arrive after me who ordered some beautiful full meals, and I'll definitely go that route next time.

Staff was very friendly. Store front setup with seating out on the mall floor.

Pros: Delicious to the 10th power

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great prices for amazing food - Edit

we were fully satisfied! the strawberry cheesecake frappe and chunky monkey dessert were out of this world. :) our main dishes (zuccini noodles and satay wraps) were healthy,fresh and delicious. will go there again

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More please - Edit

We love this chain!!!! We went in for a light bite and got banana cream shake, skinny mint shake and a salad. Out of this world as usual. Very happy

Cons: Pricey but worth it

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Amazing! - Edit

Supergood.
Fresh and tasty.

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Takeaway - Edit

Amazing service for takeaway :) Check on dietary requirements before they serve our food.

Pros: Vegan , Dessert, Savory wrap and crepe

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Vegan sweet-tooth paradise! - Edit

We've been enjoying this original Veganerie location since shortly after it opened, and it keeps getting better!

It's a delight to see this place becoming so popular, even with locals and non-vegans — and it's for good reason: Veganerie rocks.

The main attraction for us here is the desserts — especially the triple chocolate mousse pie. But there's plenty more to love, like the fantastic vegan waffles and pretty respectable brownies. Good soy cappuccinos, too. The cinnamon rolls are a little on the dry-and-doughy side, but still among the best we've found in Asia.

And now that they've been adding savory items to the menu, one can fashion a proper meal here (though still not quite as extensively as at the newer "Veganerie Concept" location behind Benjasiri Park).

Our only complaint is an ecological one: They use plastic packaging excessively, especially for takeaway (consider bringing your own take-out container if you can).

Enjoy!

(Updated from previous review that was mysteriously deleted.)

Pros: Excellent vegan baked goods, Some savory items, too, Good coffee, including soy cappuccino

Cons: Credit cards not accepted at this location, Excessive plastic for take-out orders

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Best cinnamonbun EVER - Edit

Verry nice lite cafe at the 4th floor of Mercey ville. The cinnamon bun is the beat ive ever tasted even before going vegan ! !
It's a MUST GO for every vegan in bangkok

Pros: All vegan, Gluten free options, Nice service

Cons: Only 4 tables

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amazing - Edit

Veganerie is famous for a reason.
If you want to try a real Vegan cake ,here you would not be disappointed.
We had banoffie pie and red velvet cake, both taste amazing.

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wauw - Edit

amazingly good and yummy food, especially the vegan fudge brownie smoothie and as well the pastry is so tasty

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Best food in Bangkok - Edit

We absolutely loved this place when travelling through Bangkok this month. Made a nice change from what other local vegan eateries were offering. Amazing for deserts, breakfasts and takeouts we thought, but could also go for an evening meal. Staff were knowledgeable and friendly. A little on the pricy side, but so very worth it. Would go back in an instant. Please bring one to Liverpool, U.K!

Pros: Different, alternate menu, Good location

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Yummy food but expensive and small portions - Edit

For sure this was a heavenly vegan treat in Bangkok. It was easy to find and so many options. We had a couple of savoury dishes and waffles/cake. All of the food was delicious but It was expensive for the portion sizes. My pizza was tiny. They also forgot our waffles until we reminded them 15-20 mins after ordering, and we were the only customers!

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Heaven - Edit

Well how can you fault this place, everything looks tasty, I love my sweet desserts so its heaven for me, the food tastes good, its a nice place to go for a treat, prices are expensive though, no wifi I believe. Nice friendly staff.

Pros: great desserts, good menu, friendly staff

Cons: expensive

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best for desserts - Edit

The Veganerie is my go to for something sweet in BKK. No where else in Thailand can you find a better selection of vegan desserts. Sadly, I can't recommend their gluten-free cakes. I had one that was quite dense, dry and crumbly and for the price you pay it was disappointing (if you're gluten intolerant and want something sweet, I suggest the almond chocolate pancake at Ethos--would happily eat that everyday). Their cakes of the glutinous variety are much more satisfying if a bit typical (but you really can't be too choosy with your western vegan desserts in Thailand). Their coconut whip is excellent and they have a variety of other sweet items including dessert smoothies (the Thai tea one was perfectly balanced) and sweet waffles. The Veganerie also offers a range of savory breakfast and lunch items, but I found my choices (American breakfast, breakfast burrito) to be small portioned and underwhelming. The Royal Pantry included a generous amount of food, but you can easily find somdtam (papaya salad) on the street for far less money though you'll need a bit of Thai to negotiate vegan modifications. I was expecting a creative, fusion dish, but it was simply raw vegetables, rice noodles and the papaya salad on the side.

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-08

Pros: completely vegan, greatest variety of desserts

Cons: pricey , Small portions

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Liked it! - Edit

Liked this place a lot, because of the location to my hotel and the decoration.
Not everything is healthy but good for gluten free and vegan!

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Most decadent dessert ever - Edit

Come here! The bakery is a little 4th-floor cafe in a luxury mall. I ordered the DIY waffles (230) - 4 different kinds of waffle, 2 different sauces, 4 different toppings and 2 kinds of coconut ice cream. Enough for breakfast the next day, and so decadent!

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Outstanding! - Edit

Really enjoyed finding this little oasis away from the meaty madness of the big city. The Raw Pad Thai was ridiculously fresh and tasty and nutritious. The smoothie was great. All at reasonable prices and nice setting, considering it's in a shopping mall. "100% vegan" goes the slogan. Heart-warming ;-)

Pros: Good range, Quiet

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Welcome to vegan heaven - Edit

If you're ever in Bangkok you must go to this place. Compared to the "normal" Thai places it may seem a bit expensive but it's worth every penny. I went there a couple of times and it was delicious. Perfect for a sweet breakfast or a little afternoon treat. The waffles are heaven!!! If you're looking for acutal lunch/ dinner options check out their other store "Veganerie concept", also definitely worth a visit!

Pros: All vegan, WAFFLES

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awesome pizza, tasteless brownies - Edit

The pizza with "cheese" and "sausage" was amazing! Really tasty and the dough was really interesting. The brownies were pretty tasteless and you could tell they didn't have a lot of sugar (wouldn't buy again). The chocolate fudge cake was ok. The soft baked matcha cookie wasn't really soft baked, but still tasty.

Pros: 100% vegan, Good pizza, Pretty healthy

Cons: Tastes healthy , Brownies is pretty tasteless , Chocolate Fudge cake was dry...

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A coffee shop of the future - Edit

Veganerie has quite the reputation, even as far away as the UK, and I've always planned to go when we visited Bangkok. Despite having a lot to live up to, I absolutely loved our meal there! My husband and I shared a chocolate banana waffle and a Caesar wrap - something I'd never have gone for myself, but was out of this world. It was a pity we were the only customers most the time we were there, as I want places like this to be heaving with vegans and non-vegans - it has to be a model for what coffee shops will be like in the future, when cruelty-free becomes the norm. (I've written a more extensive review on my blog, where I talk about the adventures our little vegan family are getting up to, having packed up lives in London to travel in Thailand, if you're interested in stopping past: Veganfamilyventures.com)

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well, I think it is overrated - Edit

They have a good choice of vegan dishes and cakes and cookies, that is true, but honestly, I am a bit disappointed. I read all the reviews here and was excited to try a few things, but none of them was really good or amazing.
I tried the extra dark brownie, the oatmeal raisin cookies, the red velvet cake and the choc fudge cake.
Choc fudge cake: ganache was good, but the bisquit or whatever it was, was really poor :(
extra dark brownie was not good, texture was missing and it was way too dense.
my bf is a chef, which is why I might be a bit picky. but overall I was rather disappointed

Pros: good choice of vegan dishes and sweets

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Delicious - Edit

This is a great place for anyone (vegan or not) with a sweet tooth. The worst part about coming here is the wide array of choices you have. It was really hard to decide on only one thing. I ended up having red velvet waffles and a strawberry cheesecake milkshake, all of which was vegan. Prices are a little high, but having said that it is well worth it

Pros: Choice, Amazing sweets

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great find!!! - Edit

Portion sizes are kind of small but the food is amazing and unique. Also note that they stop cooking at 9 pm but you can stay there till 10 pm and still order items that are already made.

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Delicious - Edit

Cakes are really tasty and every single one looks too good to be skipped! Had a really hard time choosing between them, I eventually picked the Red Velvet Cake, a must try. The "Bakery" which is just a small display is located in the EmQuartier, a more upper-class shopping centre so the cakes are not the cheapest, a slice is between 120 and 140 Baht. But you have to treat yourself from time to time

Pros: Delicious , Freaking Vegan Cakes

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