This is definitely one of my favorite new American breakfast places in Bangkok: Clinton Street Baking Company. It’s located on the ground floor of the Siam Paragon shopping mall. The pancakes are wicked. So are the eggs.
I’m a real snob when it comes to ingredients of a simple breakfast, particularly eggs. And here’s my verdict: these eggs leave nothing to be desired.
I had the Farmer’s Plate: Soft scrambled eggs, farmhouse cheddar, rosemary soft paddies, and herb-roasted tomatoes with sourdough-toast. Now I’m a city kid, but if this is what farmers eat, I wanna be a farmer.
We also had their blueberry pancakes with warm maple butter. Usually when you order pancakes with maple syrup, they’re always stingy with the maple syrup. Here, they give you a big jug of maple syrup, more than even an unreasonable person like me could ask for. Cause if you have pancakes, the last thing you want to be is reasonable. Pure indulgence.
The staff was friendly, polite and attentive.
When you order a pot of tea, they will even offer to refill it for free with hot water. Which is uncommon for a restaurant in a high-end shopping mall like the Siam Paragon, and it made me like them all the more.