Cafe Hopper Review: OZ Specialty Coffee @ Upper Thomson Road

Been wanting to pay this very small cafe a visit, but somehow always deterred by it’s size and the fact that majority of it’s seating space is outdoor! Today, after my hike at Macritchie Reservoir, I decided to pay a visit to any of the cafés along Upper Thomson! Since I have not been here, guess this will be my pick for the day! I came with the intention of just having a cuppa of latte or piccolo, so glad to find piccolo in the menu! I also ordered a set of Belgian waffles! Just a very simple Sunday brunch! I love simple Sunday brunch!

I was impressed by coffee it serves and love the taste of it’s beans! However, the Belgian waffles were pretty ordinary! Small the cafe maybe, it does lift up to it’s name of being a “specialty coffee”. Of course we can’t expect too much from a tiny cafe like this when it comes to food! So I am totally alright about the food being ordinary! I also love the counter seat which somehow shut myself away from the rest of the people in the cafe!

A good cosy corner for a good cuppa of coffee! Do come and experience the marvel of small space!

The Gatekeeper

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Cafe Hopper Review: Clouds and Pebbles @ Central Embassy, Bangkok

This is really a way overdue entry. I was in Bangkok like about two weeks ago and I finally got the time to put in this entry. Was busy with so many things. Anyway I have decided to slow down a little today and let time catch up with me. For that, I decided to make a long way down to Haji Lane – visiting those vintage shops, fashion and cafes….did I mention cafes? Yah I did mentioned cafes. How can I miss that out right? I have not written anything about the cafes along Haji Lane. Soon I will be. For now, let me finish my last of the four cafes that I visited during my Bangkok trip two weeks ago.

Clouds and Pebbles is located at Central Embassy, a brand new shopping mall near Pleonchit Station. This cafe was also featured during the recent Bangkok Bakers Festival. They are famous for their various types of yogurt dessert and trust me they are really sweet to your soul. I almost felt like I was dying of diabetes. Don’t get me wrong! Not that they are not good….just that most of their stuffs are too sweet for me. However, they do serve pretty nice coffee. I ordered a piccolo…yes…they have piccolo. For cafe hopper like myself, we are always excited to find piccolo in the menu. Why? Cos we don’t want to have an overdose of caffeine.

There are many other big time cafes in Central Embassy itself. If you are needing a good cafe chillax right smack in Bangkok city, Central Embassy may be a good one stop station for some of the famous cafes like Audrey Cafe, Harrods Cafe and etc.

The Gatekeeper

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