Simplicity really is the focus at this quaint café, living up to its moniker of Simple. Natural Kitchen. For a no frills meal based on purely organic ingredients, look no further.

Simple. Natural Kitchen

The Ambience

Simple - Interior Simple - Interior & Décor

The slightly earthy and minimalist interior coupled with chill music playing in the background brings about a relaxing atmosphere away from the Bangkok hustle and bustle. There are dried flowers hanging from the ceiling and a wooden bar fronting the open corner kitchen. The trendy light bulbs, white brick walls and wooden tables make Simple a cozy place to enjoy tasty, healthy food. The space is small, but a mirror wall makes it feel just the right size, and for those early mornings or late afternoons when the temperature has gone down, the outdoor seating is also a good option.

The Food & Drinks

Simple - Frittata & Beetroot Salad Simple - Homemade Crispy Bacon Corn Hash

Simple focuses on locally sourced and organic produce, and offers food and sweets for both the health concerned and sweet teeth. The Quinoa, Cauliflower and Pumpkin Frittata is thin, crispy and cheesy (260 B) and the thinly sliced Beetroot Salad with Honey Vinaigrette and Sliced Almonds (200 B) is just right. For those craving something heavier, the Homemade Crispy Bacon Corn Hash (290 B) served with eggs, bread and a slightly spicy sauce will do the trick. Both the Beetroot and Pineapple Juice (110 B) and the Cleansing Juice (135 B) are good and healthy thirst quenchers. Simple calls itself an organic grocery/cafe and restaurant, so it often also sells freshly baked breads, croissants, baguettes and sweet pastries along with organic spices, soap and coconut oil.

Simple - Beetroot & Pineapple Juice and Beetroot Salad

The Bottom Line

Simple - Café & Grocer

Simple is known for being an excellent brunch spot, but is a great place any time of the week for  spending lunch catching up with a friend or with a book in hand.

Open from 8am to 8pm, booking ahead for the busy hours is advised.

Photography by Amanda Boleman