Baan Kao Nhom
People who have done food guides before going to Ayutthaya should be familiar with this store. As one of the few cafes in Ayutthaya that specializes in Thai traditional desserts, Baan Kao Nhom has long been famous.
Like many fresh shops in small towns in Thailand, the shopkeeper of Baan Kao Nhom is a young girl who is born and raised in Bangkok. After studying and working in Bangkok, she returned to her hometown and repackaged traditions to adapt to contemporary trends.
The detailed design of the entire shop is exquisite. One wall is telling history, and the other is showing exquisiteness. In the small shop, every corner is the imprint of the era of Ayutthaya, inheriting the precious local heritage. There is the best choice of souvenirs in the city.
In addition to a wide variety of Thai desserts, Baan Kao Nhom also offers simple drinks and dine-in meals. The signature here is the butterfly peas drink snacks, which are exquisite, just like works of art.
Baan Kao Nhom Café Information:
Per capita consumption: 100 baht
Business hours: 8:00-18:00 (extended by half an hour on weekends)
Address: 2/10 ถนน อู่ทอง ต.หอรัตนไชย, Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
What kind of experience is it like to own a large estate in the suburbs of Ayutthaya? If you can’t find the answer by imagination, just go to Ayutthaya Retreat to have a look. Located in the northeast corner of the ancient city, Ayutthaya Retreat is just across the river from the famous reclining Buddha. This is a corner that tourists are unlikely to reach, but in such a place, more surprises can be found.
When you come to Ayutthaya Retreat, you still have to sit down and eat and chat to fully appreciate its charm. TAhere are as many choices as the comprehensive canteen in the mall, and desserts, coffee, Thai food are all available here.
Ayutthaya Retreat detailed information:
Per capita consumption: 200-300 baht
Opening hours: 9:00-21:00
Address: วัดป้อมใหญ่ ต.บ้านป้อม จ.พระนครศรีอยุธยา Nthia, Si Nakhon Si
Nearby attractions: Wat Lokkayasutharam (Reclining Buddha), Wat Chai Watthanaram