In Bangkok, there are plenty of fun things to do and see. Bangkok’s ancient sites, numerous religious structures, bustling marketplaces, world-class museums, and massive modern malls will keep you occupied. However, there are times when you simply require a break. Here are some of the best coffee places in Bangkok for recharging your batteries.
Gallery Drip Coffee
Another well-known, independent coffee business in Bangkok that specializes in drip coffee is Gallery Drip Coffee. Single-origin, high-quality coffee beans from Northern Thailand, Ethiopia, and Yemen are their top priorities. They do, however, do all of the roasting themselves. Their coffee beans are ground and dipped by hand to order, giving them a deep and rich flavor. If you enjoy their flavors, you are welcome to purchase a bag of their coffee to take home with you. For a sweet treat, go for the iced coffee jelly, which is topped with foamy milk and delivered with sugar on the side.
A range of Lattes, Cappuccinos, and Americanos are available in addition to their drip coffees. Light snacks, teas, and other non-caffeinated beverages are also available for purchase.
They’re open from 10:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
As soon as you step in, you’ll be greeted by an art-filled wall and shelves brimming with ceramic coffee mugs. It’s a nice spot to chill with some buddies and unwind because of the artsy flair. Finally, their beverages are expertly prepared and of exceptional quality, flavor, and scent.
Ceresia Coffee Roaster
Ceresia Coffee Roaster, is a specialty coffee roasting firm. They serve delicious coffees derived from single-origin farms and cooperatives of coffee growers. Their beans are sourced from all over the world (including Thailand, Brazil, and Colombia) and roasted in “limited batches…to preserve the natural flavors from their origins.”
Order using Grab, Kerry Express, or the company’s website. They are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day.
Their area is modern and clean, with a laid-back atmosphere consisting of wooden furniture and orange brick walls. It serves artisan coffees and tasty pastries; we recommend matching one of their carrot cakes with the filter coffee of the day or a flat white!
The price of a cup of coffee starts at 90 Baht.
Kaizen Coffee is a coffee company based in Tokyo that was created by three coffee passionate friends who wanted to introduce Melbourne’s fashionable café culture to Bangkok. It’s famous for its nitro-brewed coffees, but their long blacks and flat whites are also delicious. If you don’t like coffee, there are plenty of alternative options: their Babychinos are great for kids, or you may try one of their unique teas. Finally, sandwiches, pastries, and other items can be ordered.
The cafe’s huge glass windows let in lots of natural light, while the coffee shop’s basic design is stylish. Kaizen serves some of Bangkok’s best strong and precisely bitter coffee. This neighborhood coffee place is worth a visit if you’re searching for an excellent cup of coffee.
Prices start at 80 Baht and go up from there.
888 6 -7 Ekkamai Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand 10110.
This hidden gem may be found in a floral shophouse on Soi 31 Nana, just a 3-minute walk from the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit. They first opened their doors in 2016 and provide classic drinks including lattes, cappuccinos, and flat whites. They serve a variety of tasty cakes (red velvet or coconut) and non-caffeinated drinks (organic kombucha) in addition to their coffee.
They’re available to order online or in-store Monday through Thursday (11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.).
The exposed brick walls, wooden furniture, and vintage furnishings give the space a rustic vibe. Furthermore, the cafe is surrounded by displays of flowers, flower pots, and gardening tools, giving it a one-of-a-kind coffee-drinking experience.
The price of a cup of coffee starts at 130 Baht.
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Pacamara, like many other well-established specialty coffee shops in Bangkok, has several branches around Bangkok and opened the opulent CAFE LEITZ in the Helix Quarter, directly across from the Phrom Pong BTS station. The menu was created just for this location and include fusion cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Known international beans such as Ethiopia Guji and Thai beans from the coffee areas such as Doi Chang and PangKhon are among the outstanding single origins for filter. For espresso, you can choose from a house blend, a classic blend, or a rotating single origin.
Phil Coffee Company
Since 2011, this pioneer artisan coffee roastery and Malay family business has been offering single origins from Chiang Rai, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Kenya. At the Thai Coffee Roasting Championship 2018, the cafe and roastery came in second place.
Facebook page for Phil Coffee Company, Bangkok, 21 Sukhumvit 61 Alley
Ink and Lion
Ekkamai’s cozy micro-roastery café, which has been open since 2013. It’s noted for its hardworking baristas and extensive bean variety. The house coffee, known as the “great whale,” is a medium-roasted blend of Thai and Brazilian beans, whereas the seasonal blend is fruitier and lighter. Pour-over enthusiasts can choose from a single origin from Thailand or an imported coffee from Costa Rica.
On Facebook, look for Ink & Lion.
Roots is widely regarded as one of Bangkok’s best coffee roasters. It is located in The COMMONS, a boutique mall in the fancy neighbourhood of Bangkok. While Bangkok has no shortage of retail malls, The COMMONS stands out for its community-oriented attitude and ample outdoor seats where you can relax even if you don’t buy anything.
On Facebook, follow Roots Bkk.
Thonglor 17, Bangkok, theCOMMONS
After relocating for the second time in the Phaya Thai neighborhood, Coffee Factory has finally found a home that matches its opulence. Thai Barista Champion Athip Archalerttrakool’s specialty coffee brews local beans and offers a unique drink selection.
Phayathai Rd, Bangkok, Factory Coffee