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Perhaps Rabbits’ Café Bangkok

Jump down the rabbit hole: Visit the wacky café Perhaps Rabbits’




We found Perhaps Rabbits’ by chance, and after talking to the owner we were invited for a visit. We couldn’t believe that this café has slipped under the radar of all the tourists visiting Bangkok! If you have a sweet tooth and like fairy tales, then you’re going to love this place. You might not want to leave.




Perhaps Rabbits’ is a small, unique café hidden away from crowds. The café is beautifully wacky, with a fairytale atmosphere. A huge maple tree with red leaves is the centre of attention in the café. The mellow lighting and the mysterious music adds to the Alice in Wonderland ambiance. Tim Burton, would feel right at home with the miniature chairs and crooked arrows. Perhaps Rabbits' is cleverly designed, and very photogenic - Don’t forget to bring your camera.




Perhaps Rabbits’ is child friendly, so you can bring your children. There’s a small playroom with the spirit of Alice in Wonderland where children can play or read books. Bring a friend and have a good chat, away from the afternoon heat, or get some work done on your laptop. There are power outlets, so you can charge your phone or laptop.




The Food

The cakes are freshly baked daily, at Perhaps Rabbits’ bakery down the road. My favourite part is, the menu is actually designed by the owners who are two young women. They’ve together come up with cakes such as “The Rabbit Hole Mud Cake”. As a chocolate lover, I can understand how this chocolate cake with caramel sauce became the bestseller.


The Bestseller; The Rabbit Hole Mud Cake
Apple Sour and Lemonade


We also tried the Perhaps Rabbits’ specialty “The Bunny Egg”, which is actually a cheese cake presented in a very unique manner. We tried the “Lemonade” and “Apple sour”, two refreshing drinks for 90 baht each. We still can’t agree on which one we like the best. We’ll definitely be going back, next time we’re in Bangkok!


The Bunny Egg, Perhaps Rabbits' speciality


How to get there:

Get off at Ekkamai BTS station, Exit 1.


From Exit 1, it’s a 10 minute walk. I recommend pinning the location on Google maps since it can be difficult to see the café. It’s tucked in, in a small corner next to the main road. You can also take a motorbike taxi, it will cost you approx. 20-30 baht.






Opening hours & cost:

Every day 09:00-20:00


Cakes 160 baht

Drinks from 80 baht.



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