Purr Cat Cafe Club aims to be a one-stop club that offers all services revolving around felines: a cat cafe, a gallery displaying cat-themed artwork, a shop selling hand-made cat accessories and a cat shower station.
The second floor will house a cat hotel, where owners can hire cat-sitting either by day or night, that will open within this year. The concept first started in Japan, where most people who didn't have enough space to have pets, nevertheless, could get their I-want-to-interact-with-an-animal fix at these cafes where customers can play with furry friends.
Housed in a cottage-like building, the club is set right into the original dimensions of a house on Sukhumvit Soi 53. There's a small English garden with white cast iron furniture that gives a very Anglo and feminine atmosphere before you even step inside.
The cafe part is divided into two zones: one room is for people to bring their own cats to play in, while the other room houses 14 of the owner's cats. Customers can choose whether to sprawl on the sofas or by the floor tables, but for all I knew, the cats were scattered all over the place, whether on the cat balconies, inside the wall frames, under tables or down the grand white kitty staircase that twirls into the centre of the room.
The don't-miss are definitely Purr Cat brownies with ice cream (120 baht), Scones with topping (120 baht), Cookie Cat Dip (85 baht), and The hot chocolate (100 baht).
On top of dessert and drinks, salads are also available.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Input price range
50 - 200 Baht/Unit or 2 - 7 USD/Unit
- More info
Remark: Cost of meal per person
Purr Cat Cafe Club Soi 53, Sukhumvit Rd., Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
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