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WHY GO?
Located in a soi connecting Silom and Sathorn roads, this cafe exudes an old-world charm brought on by a vintage-style decor. Exotic paintings adorning the walls and travel-based novels lining wicker book shelves add to the ambience.
WHAT TO ORDER?
Though the menu incorporates many international dishes, it leans towards Thai cuisine. On weekdays this place is packed with businessmen enjoying a bowl of duck noodles or a plate of rice and duck. Highlights include classic Thai dishes such as shrimp choochee or shrimps in a light coconut cream curry, best enjoyed with rice. Crispy roti served with green curry has that distinct sweet flavour that both Thais and foreigners adore. All curries and rice dishes at Cafe Ice come in generous shareworthy sizes. Staff are attentive, but can be more efficent especially when noting down orders.
  CAFE ICE
THAI/INTERNATIONAL
 
44/2 PIPAT SOI 2, SATHORN SOI 8, BANGKOK 10500, TEL: 0-2636-7373

Reservations: Recommended for dinner
Dress Code: Smart casual
Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm
Dinner: 6pm-11pm
Closed: Sunday


Buffet/Brunch: No
Vegetarian Dishe: 10+
Corkage: 300 baht
Amenities: Separate bar, cocktail lounge, private room for 6 people
Private Parking: No
Car Valet: No
Credit cards: Yes



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