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Address:5/9, Soi Phrompsri, Sukhumvit 39 Rd., Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Tel:+66201853258

Service day:Everyday, Service hours: 11:00-21:00

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A little way inside Sukhumvit Soi 39 lies this Aussie-born restaurant that opened its doors one month ago to the Bangkok public. Already having restaurants in Malaysia and Singapore, Pâtissez's location here in Bangkok gives off a very chill vibe the minute you walk in. With its homey décor and atmosphere, you can't help but settle in and just relax. You're greeted at the door with the words "#FreakShakes" which we suspect is a subliminal message to remind you later of what to order. The sign above the counter of the kitchen tempts -- nay, dares -- the restaurant's customers to do one thing: "Get your freak on". But really, we can't help but do just that when you see the spread that the restaurant has to offer.

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Let's get freaky

 

The setting: A little way inside Sukhumvit Soi 39 lies this Aussie-born restaurant that opened its doors one month ago to the Bangkok public. Already having restaurants in Malaysia and Singapore, Pâtissez's location here in Bangkok gives off a very chill vibe the minute you walk in. With its homey décor and atmosphere, you can't help but settle in and just relax. You're greeted at the door with the words "#FreakShakes" which we suspect is a subliminal message to remind you later of what to order. The sign above the counter of the kitchen tempts -- nay, dares -- the restaurant's customers to do one thing: "Get your freak on". But really, we can't help but do just that when you see the spread that the restaurant has to offer.

Get Pigg'd.

The Menu

Pâtissez has a selection of bruschettas (B220) that we suggest you start with and there's a variety of them that may cater to your preferences. Meat lovers could go for the Get pigg'd option, its sourdough bread is topped with a tremendous amount of pulled pork. It's also surprisingly sweet, thanks to the restaurant's homemade bacon jam, but not too sweet so as to turn you off. What really caught us off guard was the Smashed avo and burrata. The combo of avocados and veggies along with the kale pesto brought about a freshness we didn't quite expect from a bruschetta.

A dilemma lies ahead as you choose which way to go for your main course. #firstworldproblems. The menu offers a selection of mains, although you don't have to be limited to this category when choosing your main course. One of the choices is the Grilled Aussie steak (B590) with pesto on the side to dip the meat in and give it flavour. We would have preferred it to be a tad bit more tender though, but that didn't stop us from finishing the whole thing.

Alternatively, you could go for the Aglio e olio (B320) pasta. Riddled with scrumptious mushrooms, the seemingly Italian dish actually has bit of a spicy kick to cater to the Thai palate, but it's not so intense that it's unbearable.

Our personal favourite, however, would have to be the aptly named Freak burger (B490). In between the two homemade brioche buns are two succulent Aussie beef patties with double cheese and a nice helping of crispy bacon. An Aussie flag toothpick topped the bun so that it held the burger together albeit almost to a futile degree due to the weight of the luscious meat. The restaurant's bacon jam makes a comeback here, giving the burger a nice sweetness that's not overwhelming.

But Pâtissez would not be Pâtissez without their FreakShakes (B230). They come in five different flavours, but it wasn't a surprise to find out that the crowd's favourite is the monstrosity that is the Pretzella, a Nutella-based FreakShake. Aside from the Pretzella is Pâtissez Bangkok's exclusive: Thai Freak, which is basically cha yen in frappé form. The delightfully surprising thing about these icy treats is that they're not sickeningly sweet, unlike many other milkshake-esque drinks. Our favourite thing about them? The way you can lick the edge of the mason jar because Nutella and coconut ganache is spread along it and in it.

Smashed Avo & burrata.

Insider's Tip

Not in the mood for a full-on meal? Order their flat white (B110), a must for coffee lovers. But be prepared: it's pretty strong. Having the Avo and burrata bruschetta with the coffee is a good combination in our opinion. But if you're looking for something sweeter, take the coffee with their signature doughnuts or "doughies" as they call them (1 for B39, 3 for B100). Oh, and they serve brunch all day, too.

Value & Verdict

Pâtissez seems to have everything to satisfy whatever you're craving for the day. Whether it be burgers, steaks, pasta, or shakes, they offer great food at a reasonable price. We're looking forward to paying them a visit again, whether it be for a full-on meal for lunch or dinner, or perhaps just to try all the flavours of their shakes. No shame whatsoever.

Freak burger.

Grilled Aussie steak.

Pretzella and Thai Freak.

 

 

Pâtissez

9am-9pm Parc 39 5/9, Sukhumvit Soi 39, Soi Phrompsri www.fb.com/patissezbangkok 02-0185-3258

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5/9, Soi Phrompsri, Sukhumvit 39 Rd., Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

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