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Rabbito Cafe - Review
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Rabbito Cafe, Bangkok Reviews
Small cozy cafe. Seating for about 20-30 people max. Light snacks and meals, prompt service and good hostesses. Let theme is bunnies, if you have fur allergies and I would not recommend. Friendly staff help you to handle, feed and play with the bunnies. Fun for little children , as long as they follow the instructions for how to handle the bunnies. One or two guinea pigs on site.
Fun little cafe. With a lot of rabbits for you to watch, pet, hold, etc. There is a minimum charge of 100 Baht/person, but simply purchasing a drink will most likely hit this mark. They also have a number of "specials" which provide you with small bowls of rabbit food. Being real live rabbits running around the cafe, you must be a little cautious with your steps, both for the safety of the rabbits, but also to ensure you don't step on rabbit droppings. That being said, they do a good job of keeping the cafe clean. There is also a hand washing station. They do spray sanitizer on your hands upon entry for the safety of the rabbits. Note, shoes are not allowed inside.
It’s exactly what it sounds like a cafe with lots of rabbits. It’s really a great experience here. The food was really good and well priced and drinks are definitely full of flavor. It’s a place to take friends and share both entertainment and food, because some things are huge portions. There is a deal if you buy something you don’t have to pay 100 baht for entry, there is also a deal of spending a certain number of baht to get a free box (small) of rabbit food. However be forewarned some rabbits will be cute come over and then take the box of food and run away with it. It happened to me as I was feeding and petting another insanely fluffy bunny. There are a lot of varieties of rabbits here and they definitely let their personality show. There is even a bunny that is literally trained to pose with a shopping cart and wear clothes. It’s a great and free photo opportunity. I would highly recommend this place. Oh and if you get fur on you there are free lint rollers in the back next to the cashier to take them off. Also watch out for bunny droppings. They seem to be box trained but some get a little excited and will drop some chocolate eggs like it’s Easter Sunday.
A nice place for animal lovers. Bunnies are cute and playful 😊 you can treat them with some snack 🤗 A minimum order is 100 baht (or you can just donate this sum), not so much, I guess.
Worth a visit! I was staying near Asok and hesitant because it was quite far, but no regrets. Lots of adorable bunnies and they are well socialised so they are not afraid of humans. Rabbit treats on sale for feeding, and the ladies at the cafe were super friendly (they spoke English too). They frequently brought out lap bunnies for me to pet on my lap, even though I didn’t buy the rabbit treats. The rabbits all seem well taken care of. I saw the ladies feeding medicine to a rabbit with an eye infection, and cleaning all the cages at the end of day. They said that more than half of the bunnies are adopted too, so it really felt like I was supporting a good cause. Transport wise I took the BTS to Punnawithi station, and then hopped onto a bike taxi (the drivers wearing orange vests) that took only 2 min and 20baht to take me to the cafe. (Showed the guy the Thai address on google maps and he was able to find the right street.)