From tearooms to patisseries, here are four places offering the most scrumptious scones in Bangkok.
The traditional English teatime treat has become a universally-appreciated delicacy, and understandably so. Whether you like it with your coffee, your tea, or on its own, scones are arguably one of the most cherished teatime indulgences. Here are four outlets offering the best scones in Bangkok.
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Harrods Tea Room
First on the list is Harrods Tearoom. When you think scones, you think London, and when you think London, you think Harrods. Located within Siam Paragon, the charm of the London department store is reinterpreted as a tea room in Bangkok. From traditional butter scones to original-flavoured scones, this English-style tea room is a haven for tea and scone aficionados.
Locations: Siam Paragon, EmQuartier, Central Embassy, Mercury Ville.
The Mandarin Oriental Shop
Renowned and revered for its homemade delicacies, The Mandarin Oriental Shop has become a cherished destination among Bangkokians. Besides their traditional scones, the pandan scones and raisin scones come highly recommended for an interesting twist on the original.
Locations: Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Central Chidlom, Emporium, Siam Paragon, Gaysorn Village. For more information, visit their website.
The Blooming Gallery
Although the English baked good is traditionally served with clotted cream and jam, greenhouse-themed tearoom The Blooming Gallery adds a creative spin to classic scones. Must-try scone flavours include earl grey, cranberry, and matcha. For the ultimate tea experience, pair it with one of their exquisite teas.
Location: The Ei8ht Thonglor. For more information, visit their website.
1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt
From Germany to Thailand, 1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt is a world of European charm offering tea and tidbits. Although scones are a part of their afternoon tea set, this tea house also serves two classic scones throughout the day: Butter Scone and Raisin Scone.
Location: Gaysorn Village. For more information, visit their website.