Broken Eggs – named after Spanish traditional dish Huevos Rotos – is a drink-centric tapas gastro bar that offers a combination of old and new tapas creations by chef owner, a Galicia native, Jacobo Astray.
Above: Burrata cheese with raspberries, pistachio and basil oil, Bt320.
Broken Eggs offers a long arrays of drinks – from Thai craft beers and Galician beers, to wines, sangria, cava and sweet wines. Also available are gin and tonic, in classic formulas and premium (using premium gins). Wines are available per glass and by bottle with discounts too for takeaway.
The food here is all tapas. Small plates, mixtures of different tastes and textures. And all reflects Jacobo’s mix-and-match creativities. While some classic tapas are expected, it is the ‘gastro’ section that makes this place different. Small food menu, but good quality. All the dishes we tried here were scrumptious. The prices are all net. A good alternative standalone tapas bar in Sukkhumvit area.
Above: Seafood paella, available some Sundays. Please check with the restaurant.
Above: Pumpkin puree with sous vide egg, mushrooms and Iberico ham, Bt240.
Broken Eggs, 112/7 Ekamai Road, Klongtan Nuea Wattana
Bangkok, Thailand 10110, T: 02 047 7811. Tues – Sat: 17.00 – 23.00, Sun: noon – 16.00. Parkings available at the nearby premises at a fee.