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Little did you know that you could skip the French Alps, and enjoy sinful gooey cheese dishes right in the heart of Bangkok! Who knew it could be an adequate destination for cheese lovers?!

It really is an understatement to say that we enjoy cheese – whether stinky, gooey, spicy, smoked, curdled, ripe or aged. Cheese is one of our dietary staples; our silent companion for as long as history can recall!

And if this happens to be the case for you too; you might surely want to consider checking out these cheesy dishes while in Bangkok – as they’ll be the highlight of your trip!

Stringy, grilled and unpretentiously topped on a sandwich or bursting out of a bun…

These mouthwatering dishes prove that cheese remains one of the world’s most varied, and versatile aliments we are all super grateful for!

Besides the whole new world of cheese, we also included the “obvious” cheese dishes but with double the cheese!!

PS: Did you know? There’s an actual term for a person who loves cheese? If you happen to be one, then you are a “Turophile”!

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1. They make pasta in a GIANT wheel of cheese! – Hokkaido Restaurant Genshiyaki

Been to a restaurant that puts cheese in your pasta? Well this one puts your pasta into a whole wheel of cheese!

Photo Via Boszboszbosz, Tom_tom_cat8, Mmaymae_

There’s no need to trawl YouTube for videos of spaghetti being twirled around in epic cheese wheels any longer, as the trend has landed in Bangkok!

Photo Via domtai,Leynaliz, Ternpanitan, Idonteatshitlikethat

A giant wheel of cheese is brought to your table, and one good-looking waiter will come to scrape it off – before perfectly al dente hot pasta is gently spooned into it. The stirring and drooling then begins!

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Within the next seconds, all you can see is your spaghetti soaked and coated by creamy melted cheese, with fumes of flavours puffing out! Holy Cheesus; this sounds and looks so epic that we wish we could bring the leftover cheese wheel back home to do it all over again!

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Hokkaido Restaurant Genshiyaki

Address: 83 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 14 mins walk from Phrom Phong BTS Station
Contact:+66 80 783 9915
Opening hours: Daily from 5pm to 11pm
Price: From 380-500 Baht / approx. USD $12.39-16.30


2. The God of cheese sandwiches – Holy Cheese

Nothing can beat the melty goodness of a comforting cheese sandwich, the ones your mama usually prepares when you’re feeling unwell… but what is even better is when the cheese is generous in amount and thrice what it usually is!

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We like cheese but we prefer it fresh and not processed. At Holy Cheese, your sandwich is heavenly lathered with gooey melted cheese, directly from a wheel, laid in between white ciabatta bread before grilling it.

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Sandwiches at Holy Cheese come with 8 different fillings options, with spinach and battered chicken being among the favourites, although ham is a winner too!

How it works is that your bread slices are topped with a heaping spoonful of spinach (or any other filling), which is then topped with torched magma-hot mozzarella and cheddar.

Other than that, you can opt to add-on an egg, bacon or even kimchi and jalapeno for only a few extra baht – but so worth it with the extra explosion of flavours, that’s for sure!

Now tell us what’s not worth travelling for?

Holy Cheese

Address: 191 Silom 2/1, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, 10500, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 1 min walk from Sala Daeng BTS Station
Contact:+66 63 979 2566
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 6pm to 11pm (Closed Mondays)
Price:From 155-180 Baht / approx. USD $5-5.87


3. You CAN find cheese at a street stall! – Pung Ded

Your sweet childhood bun filled with overflowing amounts of all sorts of ooey gooey creams and chocolate, but we are here for the cheese!

The long line queuing up in front of the stall tells you all – you have to be patient because it’s worth the wait!

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You’ll get to choose between two types of buns – plain or whole wheat, and then opt for your prefered filling; or just do it like the locals and go for a box with mixed buns in it!

Pung Det offers over 15 options for the fillings; from Tiramisu to Nutella, Strawberry Cream Cheese and even Smoked Salmon, plus the all-time favourite Ham and Cheese bun!

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The melted cheese is wrapped around the ham and forced into the bun; be ready for an overflowing mess!

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Pung Ded

Address: 55 Sala Daeng 2 Alley, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 5 mins walk from Sala Daeng BTS Station
Contact: +66 97 292 7513
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 5pm, Saturday from 9am to 5pm (Closed Sundays)
Price: From 18-49 Baht / approx. USD $0.96-1.60


4. Juicy rack of ribs with twirls of melted stretchy cheese – James Cheese

Vegans beware, you might not want to read this.

James Cheese offers the best of both worlds for non-vegans; sticky-icky slabs of pork ribs and gooey-stringy cheese!

This Korean dish is prepared in a traditional Korean iron-cast pan with other items like corn, macaroni or sausage on the side.

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Once the cheese has completely melted and turned into that much loved creamy, stringy texture; you can start digging in and wrapping it around the ribs…

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Tenderness, good sauce-to-meat ratio, smokiness, and good charring from the ribs but also the rich, elastic textured and mild flavoured mozzarella…

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Our favourite? The overly-cooked cheese that gets stuck to the pan – scrape this off for a happy cheesy ending!

Photo Via Etsgoshoppiing

James Cheese

Address: James Cheese, 6/F, CentralWorld, Ratchadamri Rd., Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Chit Lom BTS Station
Contact:+66 2089 2341
Opening hours: Daily from 10.30am to 10pm
Price: From 120 Baht / approx. USD $3.92


5. When Korean Dak Galbi meets Swiss raclette – Dak Galbi

If you scream for Korean food as much as you scream for cheese; you’ll love dropping by Dak Galbi – because this dish got a lot better… Since it’s now dipped into gooey melted mozzarella cheese!

Photo Via Tukta_6, Yingworldfood, Untdaks

We tried two Dak Galbi outlets, one near the Siam BTS station, and the one located in Siam Center. You can choose the Fondue (for four) or Lava Set (for two). Both come with a generous topping of gooey cheese right in the middle. It was delicious, and we preferred the one near Siam BTS station thanks to the generous amount of Gochujang Sauce!

Photo Via Ehquexs, Nnanoob

What a tangy mix of fusions; you’ve got the little spicy kick from the gochujang-based sauce, and the creamy texture from the melted cheese. Wrap it around your diced chicken and potatoes, and you are set for an explosion of mega-bomb flavours in your mouth!

Now you can scream “mashisoyo” (“very tasty” in Korean) in delight!! Yep, raclette cheese Dak Galbi just made its grand entrance on our grand cheese red carpet!

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And if you are now thinking that this is so passé , they had a promotion where a cheese wheel is brought to your table to put freshly scraped cheese on top of your stir-fried chicken! We’re not sure when this promo will be back, so try to look out for it!

Dak Galbi

Address: 414/9 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact:+66 2 713 5455
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 9.30pm
Price: From 250 Baht / approx. USD $8.16


6. For cheese strings as tall as you – Say Chiizu Toast

If you’re a cheese lover planning a trip to Bangkok, Say Chiizu is an absolute must!

Affordable and conveniently located, AND also super duper cheesy… You won’t go wrong if you bring a big appetite, and a hankering for stringy melted cheese to this eatery.

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So what really is the big draw? Well, besides bringing back nostalgia with their Hokkaido cheese toast, they’re super innovative – check out the cutest packaging that they use, super-instagrammable!

Photo Via Jaxlyx, Araidee_araiaroi_waijai_rao, Saychiizutoast

You’ll literally have to stand up from your chair to be able to tear off the stretchy mozzarella cheese with your teeth! They are super generous with the amount of cheese so much so it overflows the toast.

If you’re keen to leave the safe side, opt for their chocolate cheese toast, or why not the charcoal cheese toast. The eatery also features other cheesy dishes like overloaded cheese fries!

So head there with your squad, tear your toast and stretch it long and see who wins at not breaking it apart!

Photo Via Aorattitude-

Say Chiizu Toast

Address: 306 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact:+66 96 856 1996, 097-029-5888
Getting there: 3 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 79 Baht / approx. USD $2.58


7. Match made in heaven with this cheesy Korean buffet! – Cheese Owl

Cheese Owl Bangkok scores high on revisited Korean food; the eatery excels at transforming the usual Korean buffet into a real cheese feast!

The buffet includes seafood, meats and noodles, and plenty of veggies that are turned into delicacies when wrapped with stringy cheese. Of course, the mozzarella cheese is free of charge, so you can top your plate with unlimited savoury gooeyness!

Photo Via Nanancib

There are a few steps to follow at the restaurant, but if you are familiar with Korean Shabu Shabu, this is nothing new to you. They’ll bring a large pot of Korean soup to your table, and you can then order different meats, with Ribeye being one of their recommendations.

The combination of cheese and Korean spices is a combo you’ll fall for – flavourful and rich in texture; this Shabu Shabu experience is bound to be the best you’ve never had before.

And if you happen to have some space in your stomach, do not miss their Kimchi Fried Rice that comes in a sizzling plate of melted cheese and egg – as well as their Garlic Fried Chicken with cheese sauce!

Photo Via Ployzmaya, Funfoodsss

You’ll probably need some patience to get a seat at Cheese Owl, as the eatery is often so packed to the brim that people are seen queuing for several minutes or even hours!

Photo Via Sai_chumnumporn

Note: The buffet is limited to a total of 1.5 hours.

Cheese Owl

Address: 374 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact:+66 2 043 1088
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11am to 10pm; Saturday & Sunday from 10.30am to 10pm
Price: From 499-599 Baht / approx. USD $16.30-19.57


8. A taste of Paris in a typical French bistro – Le Boeuf The Steak & Fries Bistro

If you’ve been to Paris, you would know that the traditional bistro is an archetype of the city, with a hearty fare. And you should probably know that to say that the French are slightly obsessed with their culinary heritage, is somewhat of an understatement….

Photo Via J_jomjom, Eatwhileubreathe_

At Le Boeuf, this is exactly what you get – the whole bistro experience; from the ambience to their well-curated menu. They bring you the very popular steak-frites (steak and fries) in the secret all-time green sauce! Plus, did we mention the bottomless fries concept of bistros?!

But one particular dish of theirs makes the world so much better, and cheese lovers so much happier – their very cheesy French Fried Gratin.

Photo Via Manee_wj

The delicacy is served in a small-sized casserole to complement your main course – usually very creamy on the inside with mashed or sliced potatoes, along with breadcrumbs and several types of cheese on the top.

It’s small in portion but rich in taste – a comforting dish that is simple and to everyone’s liking!

Le Boeuf The Steak & Fries Bistro

Address: 9:53 (Nine-Fifty Three) Community Mall, Room B101 1st Floor, 124 Soi Sukhumvit 53 (Paidee-Madee), North Klongton Sub-district, Wattana District, Bangkok 10110 (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 12 mins walk from Thong Lo BTS Station
Contact:+66 2 672 1230
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 11pm; Saturdays & Sundays from 11am to 11pm
Price: From 260-1190 Baht / approx. USD $8.50-38.89


9. Back off cheese tarts; time for cheese cups! – Milch Bangkok

This small food kiosk located in Siam Paragon welcomes longer queues, than any cheese tart shops did when the latter was a real hype!

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These little cups are made right in front of your eyes and served warm and fresh out of the oven. They are fluffy on the outside with a creamy ooey amount of cheese on the inside – and it really is about how the texture matches well with the sweet and salty taste of the cheese.

Photo Via Maijae_suchada, Imeasycooking

Not too cheesy in taste either, it is done to perfection. Of course, you may opt to pack some to enjoy them chilled, rather than hot; these can be kept in the fridge!

They are like mini versions of the Japanese soft cheesecakes / or a French souffle! Tiny, cute and amazingly good!

Milch Bangkok

Address: 991 อาคารสยามพารากอน Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact:+66 98 265 6968
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 75 Baht / approx. USD $2.45


10. Do NOT come here if you are lactose intolerant – Farm Design Thailand

Before revealing their latest cheese dishes; you better know that Farm Design is reputedly known for making Bangkok’s best cheesecakes! But also great Hokkaido milk-based drinks!

Photo Via Faiii.paris_

And since they’ve mastered the art of this pretty complex dessert, you can be rest assured on all of their other dishes and drinks!

Besides satisfying your sweet tooth, this little Japanese cafe also serves savoury cheese dishes like their Lava Toast Stick – cubes of toast on a stick, topped with creamy melted cheese.

We also recommend their latest Cheese Lava Croissants – 5 tiny oven-baked croissants with flowing cheese in the middle, or go traditional Japanese with a revisited Hokkaido Malt Cheese Toast!

Photo Via Thomsintansritrang, Eat.a.thon_

It’s about to get real cheesy messy!

Farm Design Thailand

Address: 999/9 ศูนย์การค้าเซ็นทรัลเวิดล์ ถนนราชดำริ แขวงปทุมวัน เขตปทุมวัน Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Chit Lom BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 658 6568
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 9.30pm
Price: From 85-130 Baht / approx. USD $2.78-4.25


11. Two times your 4 cheese pizza – Mozza by Cocotte

Since when was 4 cheese pizza not a thing anymore? We’re not quite sure, but Mozza by Cocotte is taking over Bangkok with their 8 cheese pizza. We know this is nothing compared to the Guiness World Record of 111 cheese pizza, but come on this isn’t your traditional cheese pizza!

Photo Via Cocotte-by-petchtoru

One look at their 8 cheese pizza is all that is required to make a cheese lover take a bite or the entire slice!

The melted toppings consist of a combination of classic and speciality cheeses; oozing in flavour…

Photo Via Amarket66, Laragirl, Julienmacyuri

The resident Chef Samuele is known as a previous London’s Michelin-starred Chef, so you can expect dedication and passion in any dish you choose.

Other than their 8 cheese pizza, people rave about their lobster pizza (that’s right, a whole lobster on your pizza!) or truffle pizza and pasta.

Photo Via Cocotte-by-lina_lee

Once upon a time, the world of pizza used to be simple, ranging from the classic Hawaiian to Pepperoni – but with such outrageous creations, they’ve definitely brought variety to the next level, showing what a pizza can really do!

Mozza By Cocotte

Address: EmQuartier Ground Floor, 695, 693 Sukhumvit Rd, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 1 min walk from Phrom Phong BTS Station
Contact: +66 97 004 0072
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 10pm
Price: From 320 / approx. USD $10.47


12. Proving that seafood and cheese DO go together – NeverDie Eatery

For years, people have been debating about how wrong it was to match seafood and cheese, but hello… Torched melted cheese on scallops and prawns? How is that supposed to be a bad combo?! It’s delicious!

Photo Via Nuchsi

Head to this vibrant train night market to enjoy the cheesy seafood goodness. Chunky pieces of scallops and prawns topped with stretchy cheese, ready to be scooped out and drenched in the spicy secret Thai sauce!

Photo Via Girlshane

The subtle flavours from the seafood and the heady, assertive taste of cheese…MMMMM.

Kudos to NeverDie Eatery  for smartly balancing seafood and dairy with recipes that are raising the roof, elevating both ingredients to new heights!

And so it seems that seafood and cheese can indeed play nicely together – it really is about finding a balance!

NeverDie Eatery

Address: Market Ratchada Night train, Ratcadaphisek Road (close to Esplanade Shopping Mall) (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 5 mins walk from Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station
Contact: +66 86 370 6984
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 5pm to 12.30am (Closed Mondays)
Price: 100-200 Baht / USD $3.27-6.54


13. A pizza box of cheesy gyoza – Kinza Gyoza

Cheese; not on the inside, but rather on the outside of what would usually be a boring gyoza!

Photo Via Boca_lipmatte

It’s so much cheese that your gyozas seems hidden under it; take a pair of chopsticks and look out for it under the stretchy mix of cheeses!

Photo Via Payunbud, Prewery

The mix of flavours is remarkable – from the kicker of minced gyoza filling and the sauces that accompany…

These japanese appetisers are great to share as they are served in a big portion, and arranged like a pizza (in a round shape and in a square box)!

CHEESE ADDICT ALERT – You can even request for double the cheese!!

Kinza Gyoza

Address: 16 Soi Udomsuk, Khwaeng Huai Khwang, Khet Huai Khwang, Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 3 mins walk from Sutthisan MRT Station
Contact: +66 91 962 0888
Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 9pm
Price: From 100-600 Baht / approx. USD $3.27-19.63 (depends on the portion chosen)


14. Replace your wasabi with cheese?! – Gojuu Sushi

Cheesy sushi is another unthinkable combo that actually exists! This special dish is served at Gojuu Sushi, and they call it the “Cheese Lava”.

The portion comes with three delectable salmon sushis, served on a sizzling hot plate of melted cheese that appears to still sizzle – while they pour a sweet concoction of soy sauce (mixed with other secret ingredients) on top!

Photo Via Chubbytraveller, Rurikkasama

Although there’s been lot’s of debates about sushi and mixing it with cheese…

We think this deserves a try because this Bangkok eatery has even gained viral attention on international media for their super unique cheese sushi!

Photo Via Georgy_kung

Gojuu Sushi

Address: 4th Floor Siam Center Bangkok, Thailand 10330(Coordinates here)
Getting there: 3 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 251 9617
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 10pm
Price: 200-599 Baht / approx. USD $6.55-19.60


15. Not all bulgogi are created equal; proof! – Bulgogi Brothers

This K-dish has a little-known twist since landing in Bangkok.

While there is the bold, savoury and stringent flavours of the marinated beef from the bulgogi; there’s also the cheese blanket on top that fits in delicately and oh-so perfectly – a marriage made in heaven!

At Bulgogi Brothers, you are served  an overflowing mound of moist meat, sizzling away on a hot plate, and coated liberally with flaming red, sweet and spicy sauce… All topped with generous amounts of shredded cheese. Seriously, what’s not to love?!

And while you’ll love the taste, you’ll also enjoy the feeling of trying to pull out a piece of meat and being partially scared that the whole fiery mound will collapse on the table.

Photo Via Beer908

Watching the melted cheese clinging on to the meat, not wanting to let go, it’s another sensation all together…

Bulgogi Brothers

Address: 12 Sukhumvit Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 4 mins walk from Phrom Phong BTS Station
Contact: +66 98246 0888
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 250-550 Baht / approx. USD $8.18-18


16. For little pans of cheesy comfort – Nice Two Meat U

Here’s another Gangnam-hailing eatery that you should look out for when in Bangkok!

Although famous for its spicy barbecue – made even spicier in Thailand; the Korean joint does not go unnoticed for its cheesy ooey-gooey dishes!

Photo Via Ekashy

Of course, it’s got the usual Korean staples like their Cheesy Fried Kimchi Fried Rice, but they also happen to have other dishes made with our favourite dairy product.

Their Baked Truffle Potato and Cheese is one you should try – a comfort food recipe that is perfect on a lazy or busy weekend strolling around Bangkok!

Photo Via Louktanp, Sweety_ice11, Namiieats, Cj_ctsgroup

What’s to love about the dish is its simplicity and lightness – something that will satiate your hunger just right, and not make you feel uncomfortably full… But if you’re in for something heavier; match this little pan of comfort with popular barbecue items!

Nice Two Meat U

Address: 266/9-10 Siam Square Soi 3, Rama I Rd., Pathumwan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 3 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact:+66 2 252 9334
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 10.30am to 9.30pm, Fridays from 10.30am to 10pm, Saturdays from 10am to 10pm, Sundays from 10am to 9.30pm
Price: From 170 Baht / approx. USD $5.56


17. Stop here for a cheese bite in between shopping sessions – Chester’s Grill

What a time to be alive! Cheese dishes now come in the tiniest form, that we can finally have them as on-the-go snacks!

Photo Via Muanpearr

At Chester’s Grill you won’t find your cheese bubbling and dancing on hot plates, but rather in a small-size; you are here for their deep fried melted mozzarella cheese bites!

Photo Via C7.thaww_

You’ve got that light crispy texture of the crumbs on the outside, and soft stretchy cheese inside… Salty, cheesy and WOW!

Photo Via Superhermy

Chester’s Grill

Address: 1221/39 อาคาร Major Cineplex ชั้น G Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 6 mins walk from Ekkamai BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 714 2861
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from from 10.30am to 10pm, Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 39 Baht / approx. USD $1.28


18. Do it super cheesy unlike Mexicans do it –  Coffee World

Believe it or not, although “Quesadillas” is derived from “Queso” which means cheese in Spanish… Mexicans rarely put overflowing amounts of cheese in their quesadillas. But why do it like Mexicans when you are in SouthEast Asia?

All we care about are the mix of flavours and textures that seem to pair so well together – and for us cheese lovers, well… a sinful amount of cheese belongs anywhere!

At Coffee World, you are offered life-changing quesadillas – you won’t want to check out other Mexican eateries after tasting theirs! You’ll probably also question yourself on what you have been doing with your life, if you haven’t had a cheesy quesadilla from there…

And of course we love cheese, but what truly gets us drooling is… melted cheese! It’s even better when it comes in the form of quesadillas, with ham and mushroom…

It’s so stretchy that you’ll probably need a knife to cut through the slices!

Coffee World

Address: Gateway Ekkamai 982/22 Sukhumvit Road Prakanong Klongtoey. Bangkok 10110, 3rd Floor, Room unit.3136 A-B (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 1 min walk from Ekkamai BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 160 5199
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 180-195 Baht / approx. USD $5.89-6.38


19.  Not cheesecake but other cheese desserts – Lunar Nuna

We’re so happy to know that Bangkok’s cheesy dessert scene offers more than just cheesecake!

This Korean-inspired dessert shop serves Souffle Pancakes filled with mozzarella cheese; although souffles are somewhat more Japanese than Korean!

Photo Via Adokawa, Palm_sayu

What you should picture right now is the fluffiest pancake you’ve ever come across, as it’s been whisked to perfection; making it thick yet super light to indulge in.

This speciality dessert is served with a generous amount of cheese on the inside, along with a scoop of refreshing ice-cream and sliced bananas on the side.

It’s great to have a sweet tooth especially at Lunar Nuna!

Photo Via Nonbank

Lunar Nuna

Address: 322 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 3 mins walk from Siam BTS Station
Contact: +66 98 250 7788
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 195-245 Baht / approx. USD $6.38-8


Special Mention: It’s tea gone on a cheesy twist – Heekcaa

We personally like how crazy this world is turning into. I mean, few years ago who knew that whipped cream would be kicked out to be replaced by cheese?!

Photo Via Maruay_jern

If you need a good dosage of Cheese Tea, topping drinks with cream cheese is the new “normal” at Heekcaa. It’s not only about tea but you can choose to go for lattes, iced chocolate, matcha drinks, juices and smoothies – but the dealbreaker is really what comes on top!

They’ll scoop a generous amount of cream cheese and let it lather and swirl on your drink. If you’re feeling a little extra, you can also add sweeter toppings like crispy chocolate balls and more.

And if you happen to be here to take away, they’ll separate the cheese from the drink first – so you can do the whole topping thing from scratch all by yourself and Instagram it!

Photo Via Hppiinet, Praew_wanassana

PS: There’s a strict rule to gulping cheese drinks – you don’t mix the layers! So avoid blending your drink for once and enjoy that party of flavours!


Address: 2/F, Siam Discovery, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Getting there: 9 mins walk from National Stadium BTS Station
Contact: +66 98 715 1373
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 75-150 Baht / approx. USD $2.46-4.90


Ready to celebrate your exploding love for cheese in Bangkok? Tag your cheesiest partner in crime below, and let us know which dish you are most eager to try!

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