Secret Garden in Sathorn

Great Cakes and Thai Cuisine in a Hidden English House

Looking at photos of Secret Garden, you would never guess that this beautiful restaurant is located on Sathorn Road, one of the busiest avenues of Bangkok. Sathorn is the city’s business area often jammed with cars, lined with tall glimmering glass towers, and if you haven't heard of Secret Garden, you would probably walk past its discreet facade without noticing it.

Secret garden is first a cute bakery but also a Thai restaurant. Set in an English styled white building surrounded by a beautiful garden, you can chose to dine in a cozy indoor room decorated with green tones, flowers and large chandeliers, on the wooden terrace or if weather permits, al fresco under very large trees. Each area has its own atmosphere but the garden is always the most popular. If you are just in a cake mood, the bakery room with its inviting large sofas is very famous for its crepe cakes (a cake made of many layers of thin pancakes).


 

The Thai food served here is great and authentic, not cheap but still affordable, a perfect place to take your guests or family for a nice Thai experience. 

From the large selection of classic Thai dishes on the illustrated menu, we started with a delicious Tom Yam Goong Maenam (250 baht) cooked with large river prawns, a real treat around here. As main dish we ordered some Pla Samlee Yum Ma Muang (450 baht), a large deep fried cotton fish served with a green mango salad served with plenty of cashew nuts. Don’t miss their special Pad Pak Boong Sen (110 baht).  This classic water vegetable is prepared in a traditional way by tearing each branch in small strings. Everything was excellent and beautifully presented; we returned several times since. Too bad we never save any space to try their famous cake! Service is friendly and efficient and in most cases, food is served fast.

Secret garden has now more than six branches including some inside shopping malls, but none can rival the beauty of this old English house and its majestic hidden garden.

Secret Garden Main Restaurant
South Sathorn Road
Open 11 am - 10 pm
Tel 02 286 2464

But also in CentralWorld Shopping Mall 
6th floor
Open 10.30 am - 10 pm
082 561 5335

Secret Garden Thonglor Soi 5
Open 11.30 am - 10 pm
Tel 02 185 3979

Secret garden Major Avenue
Ratchayoting Road
Open 11.30 am - 10.30 pm
Tel 02 930 3616

Secret Garden Paradise Park
3rd Floor
Open 11.30 am - 10 pm

 

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