BOYY & Son Cafe – stylish cafe in Bangkok

BOYY & Son Cafe is a stylish cafe in Gaysorn Village, the same building the houses the Paste Restaurant that we wrote about yesterday.  It is connected to the BOYY Boutique which is also a lovely place for fashionistas. Both places exude an atmosphere of calm and peace with their plain, minimalist decor.

BOYY & Son Cafe

BOYY & Son Cafe BKK

We did not really need to eat anything but decided to check out BOYY & Sons Cafe as it looked so irresistible. The entire floor, service counter, tables and seating booths had a uniform retro finish. I believe they call this terrazzo – bits of marble embedded in concrete and smoothed into a flush marble-like surface. This flat homogenous look was playfully punctuated by splashes of colour in the form of the pink La Marzocco FB80 coffee machine, a circular wall aquarium and glass fish heads at each table.   Everything was simple yet so beautiful.

The BOYY & Son Cafe menu is as simple as the decor. The menu contains mostly coffee and other beverage items with just a few food items. The almond croissants on display looked inviting and so we tried one of that.

BOYY & Son Cafe BKK Menu

Here is a picture of our coffee break and snack. The cappuccino (140 baht)  made with the lovely La Marzocco machine was superb – smooth and balanced in taste. The croissant (130 baht) was totally covered with a dense layer of sliced almonds.  If we had more days in Bangkok, it would be a place to make repeat visits.

Diners at each booth gets to dine with a fish face.  Made of blown coloured glass, each one was different. It looks like the fish had swallowed a light bulb in the mouth. We can imagine the place might look even better in the evenings when the lights are turned on.

Food: 4
Service: 4
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 5
BOYY & Son Cafe
Gaysorn Village, Ground Floor, Ploen Chit Road
Lumpini, Patumwan, Bangkok

Tel. +66 02 253 8300

Opening Hours 9am – 8pm Daily

BOYY Website

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  1. I have been following your blog for more than a year. Really enjoy your posts, helps me de-stress. Happy to see reviews of restaurants outside Singapore. Keep up the good work!

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