It was one café in Bangkok that I promised myself to write about when I get back to Manila. However, it has been more than a week already but the only description that I could think about this café is that it’s cute. That’s it.
I know “cute” is not an appropriate adjective to describe a café, a restaurant or any dining place. But that’s the persistent thought that lingers inside my crazy shell. And ironically, nothing else would crop out of mind to further describe it.
The place is called Mr. Jones Orphanage, a cute café whose theme was like a toy workshop adorned with adorable stuffed toys, miniature toy soldiers, a train track and giant wooden wheel-parts of a wristwatch.
At first glance when we passed through this adorable café, I thought it was a toy store. But when we passed through again after shopping (inside Siam Center), we were like overgrown kids who could no longer resist to settle our big asses on the available seats.
Their menu was a dessert lover’s paradise. They have wide selection of cakes, fruit pies, milk shakes and cookies. I ordered a slice of orange cake plus a cup of cappuccino. The cake was okay though I tasted better versions of it. Nevertheless the cappuccino was superb.
Overall, being at Mr. Jones Orphanage was a cute dining experience.
Di lang pambata, pang-damulag din!