[bkk] sukhumvit: karmakamet diner

Karmakamet Diner

30/1 Sukhumvit Soi 24 Bangkok
(Soi between Emporium dept. store and Benjasiri park)
02-262-0700-1
9 AM–11 PM
Parking Available
Phrom Phong BTS Station

https://www.facebook.com/karmakamet

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I give round of applause for this established brand – Karmakamet for coming so far.

I recognised this place as a brand retailing aromatic products in Chatuchak Weekend Market (also a branch in Mega Bangna) who then opened Everyday by Karmakamet in Silom, a café featuring their own line of fragrances and other products as well. And most recently, and last but possibly not least, fully blown Karmakamet Diner in Sukhumvit 24.

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Gravlax [THB 340]

Having too many new restaurants and cafés popping up everywhere I’m sure it’s difficult for a place to survive for long if without any uniqueness to keep up with our short attention span.

I think Karmakamet has done an excellent job trying to differentiate from others – starting with the names of there menu.

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A Little Bit of Indian Influence Burger [THB 350]

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A Can’t Resist Pancake [THB 340]

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Not only do they offer unique and distinctive range of food, the place is so beautifully put together. It’s  like a secret garden in the midst of hectic concrete jungle of Sukhumvit road. I would highly recommend those who are in the area to visit, sit back and enjoy some rare green once in a while!

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9 thoughts on “[bkk] sukhumvit: karmakamet diner

    1. Haha thanks, I’m just happy to share and that it can be helpful for others! I love your Photo Site. Amazing pictures you take. I’ve been here for over 10 years but have never been to Koh Phangan! Is it nice?

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      1. Koh Phangan is a very beautiful island. Once you get away from Haad Rin (the village on the southern tip of the island where the Full Moon Party is held) the island has rolling hills, quiet beaches, and very little overdevelopment. It’s a chilled, bohemian sort of place. It’s often said that it’s like Samui 20 yrs ago, or Phuket 30 yrs ago..,

        You’ve been in BKK 10 yrs ? That must have been a ride ! do you enjoy it there ?

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        1. Oh wow, I thought it was all about the crazy Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan but I guess not! Really would love to visit one day but maybe not the FM party… I’ve heard so many crazy things about it!

          And YES! I enjoy BKK too much to go anywhere else. ;)

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