Never-ending fun in these coffee shops in Bangkok, Thailand

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Some of the best places for a coffee in Bangkok, Thailand.

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1. Warm Wood Cafe (141 Soi Thonglor, 10 Klong Tan Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok 10110)

Warm Wood is a pretty café located in the heart of Thonglor area. Although the area is not too large thanks to the bright windows with the appropriate space layout you will still feel very comfortable and comfortable when setting foot here. The color of the furniture, the sofas, and the green patches on the table, the pots are placed around the shop to make customers feel like sitting in the middle of the countryside. This is why the restaurant is named “warm wood”.

The menu is diverse and enough to satisfy even the most demanding guests. From pasta, bread to desserts, they are complemented by food bloggers and travel bloggers. Especially the benedict egg is considered a specialty of the restaurant. And certainly can not ignore the warm, sweet wood of Warm Wood again!

The prices at Warm Wood are average, not too expensive but not as cheap as regular ones. Eg benedict’s specialties are 350 baht, 260 baht salad and coffee will take you 110 baht But what you get back is definitely worth the money.

2. Casa Lapin x49 (Sukhumvit 49, between Thonglor 13 and Sukhumvit 49/7)

Casa Lapin x49 @ What I Did There

Although not so long ago, Casa Lapin x49 has quickly become a famous coffee brand in Bangkok. Besides the interior decoration/space is invested carefully, the quality and taste of the coffee is the key to the customer. The barista (staff mixer) in Cala Lapin has a high standard of taste and workmanship. So every day have to serve hundreds of cups of coffee but the quality does not chain the difference.

Casa Lapin x49 serves both Thai and international coffee. Also, do not forget to try the snacks as well as the cakes here. The only minus of this place is the location is quite hard to find, the identity of the restaurant is a small wooden board. If you do not pay attention, the risk of missing a great space like this is very high!

 

3. Beeston (1 / 3-4 Sukhumvit 63, Ekamai Soi 2, Wattana, Bangkok 10110)

Beeston Cafe is famous for being one of Bangkok’s best coffee and pastry restaurants. All the cakes here are baked right in the day, so it is always delicious hot. The waffles and croissants here are said to be “best in town” and have conquered the tasteless palate of many diners from all over the world.

Few people know Beeston’s owner has up to six people, and they’re all close friends. Therefore, the atmosphere of the bar always emphasizes connectivity and interaction. The first impression of many people when entering the restaurant is familiar with the step into the home of a close friend.

Other dishes in Beeston are also quite attractive and delicious. However, please be advised that most of the dishes here are made with a lot of greases so consider carefully before calling if you are in weight loss mode!

4. D’ark by Phillip Di Bella (Emquartier, 651 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110)

D’ark by Phillip Di Bella @ Egg on Toasts

D’ark is not a big deal on Facebook or Instagram, even if there is no referral, it will be hard for you to find this place. However, because of the little known, D’ark always keeps quiet, enough for the guests to enjoy the delicious coffee with a few slices of cake without fear of loud noises. Dozens of guests around.

D’ark serves 4 types of coffees and 3 specialty coffees. Not only will you be drinking coffee, you will also gain a good knowledge when under every type of coffee in the menu names each type of coffee, origin, processing …

What is special about D’ark is that all of the dishes will be served by two chefs who have received the prestigious Michelin star. The menu of the restaurant is the dish created for the special guests come to D’ark, unlike any restaurant/coffee shop.

And rest assured that all dishes are made with top quality ingredients. Ownership of both quality and 5-star space, but the price at D’ark is very reasonable, you will only cost about 105 baht for a portion of water here. The prices are quite low, only 40-60 baht for a delicious cake.

Hope you enjoy your time in Bangkok!

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