Cafe Jardin at Sivatel Bangkok

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Crab Fried RiceDaniel Haddad

Feast on mouth-watering Thai and Western fare at Cafe Jardin located in the luxurious Sivatel Bangkok. We loved the open and light space, perfect for a relaxing lunch, and the varied menu featuring decadent organic produce. All produce served at Cafe Jardin is organic and locally sourced ensuring you are only sampling the best Thailand has to offer.

The initiative ensures you’re not only contributing to the support of local communities but won’t be exposed to any harmful chemicals or produce in the dishes that are served. Don’t miss the perfectly crafted cafe drinks including the ultra fresh Organic Aromatic Coconut.

Every item from the menu is beautifully presented and we loved the greenery surrounding all the tables which were also available for purchase.

Recommended dishes from the menu included the fresh and flavourful Chumphon Jumbo Lump Crab Meat Fried Rice, the hearty Spicy Spaghetti with delicious Crispy Pork Belly, the extremely tender, melt in your mouth Grilled Grass Fed Beef Sirloin with Crispy Lemongrass, the crisp Fried Squid Tenticles with a Papaya Chili Sauce, the perfectly Grilled Herbal Organic Chicken with a refreshing Papaya Salad and Sticky Rice, the fragrant Snapper Boiled Organic Jasmine Rice and the Som Tum Organic Zucchini.

Favourite desserts included the unique and delicious Bio-Nan Orange Cheese Tart and the extremely satisfying Blueberry Cheesecake which was the perfect end to our indulgent experience.

An ideal cafe if you are looking for delicious organic fare and beautiful surroundings in the heart of Bangkok.

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