Bangkok's passionate food | The Mori restaurant in the residential area, perfect interpretation of organic life
Patom Organic is an organic living museum with a small forest, the design concept is inspired by Patom's own organic farm.
Patom, a green eco-route, invites Thai architectural design studio NitaProw to open a glass house surrounded by forests in Bangkok's residential area. In addition to displaying and selling beauty products, you can also enjoy coffee and pastries. It even includes a market that sells fresh organic produce. The
warm texture of the original wood, with large glass floor-to-ceiling windows, extends the green from the outside to the interior. The wood used in the glass house is said to be renewable and sustainable building timber, which is recycled from the owner's abandoned houseboats, the trunk of the farm, the teak furniture collection that the owner has not used, and so on.
Dining is self-service, the food is authentic and the packaging is very original and environmentally friendly. It is said that the ingredients here are all organic food grown on the farm, and the prices are very affordable. After choosing a meal, check out at the checkout counter. The staple food staff will take the heat and wait until they are ready to pick up at the pick-up counter. After the meal is finished, the tableware needs to be placed in the recycling area.
After using the meal, we walked along the small stone road outside the glass room to the backyard, sitting in this small forest. The feeling that Bangkok gave me before was a congested city, with exhausts everywhere, and here I harvested a fresh Bangkok.
opening time: 11