Bangkok Foodie: Mori Japanese Dessert Bar, The Mercury Ville

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Originating from Osaka, Mori Dessert Bar is a great addition to the Bangkok Patisserie scene. Mixing French techniques with Japanese flair, Mori is a delight.

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How does it look like?
Mori is a cute dessert café following the trend of wooden interior, nostalgic shelves and modern light fixtures. The contrast of the lavish décor and the colorful patisseries is great.

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How do they treat you?
The service is friendly and efficient.

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How is the food?
I had the Aki, a wonderful hazelnutty mousse with a nice biscuit under. To accompany the sweet treat, I had a peach, cucumber and lime ice tea. It was delicious and fresh. The selection of drinks is really amazing with a lot of Japanese subtle flavors (acai, peach, sakura, rose …).  My friend had the strawberry short cake and the Wake me up juice, which were also nice.

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How much?
Everything is around a 100 bahts.

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Verdict!
I really loved this place especially because the pastries aren’t as sweet as in many places and the flavors really accomplished. I will come back to try out their famous Mont Blanc and their customized macarons.

9 out of 10 Mont Blanc
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How to go there?

Mori is located on the ground floor of the Mercury Ville, BTS Chitlom.

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