If you have the opportunity to travel to Bangkok Thailand, do not forget to visit the 5 lovely cafes below to sip a cup of coffee and chat with native people.
- Roast Coffee & Eatery
Roast Coffee & Eatery is a name that is often referred to as a “must-come address” for Bangkok’s coffee followers, where you can enjoy a sweet cup of coffee and a romantic dinner in a central location. Recently, going to cafes not only to drink but also to eat meals is a hot trend in this busy city.
Roast Coffee & Eatery has a rich menu, with 90 items ranging from breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. The shop is designed with large glass doors to catch as much natural light as possible so if you come here on a sunshine day, it is great. Having eaten, you can shop in the mall nearby, but watch out of losing for too much merchandise.
Located at: SeenSpace Thong Lor Soi 13, near Thonglor Station,
Open hours: From 10am to 23h from Monday to Thursday, from 9am to 12:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, and Sunday from 9am to 11pm.
- Everyday by Karmakamet
In addition to the two stores in Chatuchak Market and Central World Trade Center, Karmakame also opened another shop near the Yada building, named “Everyday by Karmakame”. This is a brand that integrates many services in one location, a trend that is very prevalent this time in Bangkok.
Visitors can buy a lot of body care products such as lotion, perfume, home decor, even selling many handmade products such as pillows, towels, T-shirts of many brands.
The coffee shop with quiet space is the place for those who love the tranquillity to be creative. Many guests have described their feelings after leaving the restaurant: “You can spend hours reading a book, sipping a coffee like an invisible man. No one bother you, if you do not really want to. ”
Address: 1 / F Yada Building, Silom Road, near Silom MRT Station or BTS Sala Daeng Station.
- Ceresia Coffee Roaster
Those who love coffee often go to the Ceresia Coffee Roaster because it is also the place to sell roasted coffee beans. Therefore, the taste of coffee here is more attractive than in other places.
The shop is decorated in minimalist style, the walls are made of raw brick and rustic furniture, the shelf is made of light wood pieces and simple design.
Address: 593 / 29-41 Sukhumvit Soi 33/1, near BTS Phrom Phong. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8h to 18h.
- Casa Lapin
Among the many different styles of coffee shops around Bangkok, Casa Lapin is considered one of the hottest spots among young art lovers in this city, with its young, simple but beautiful decoration.
Most of the interior is made of light wood, in contrast to it is the details of metal such as wooden cabinets, chairs, balustrades create unified uniform and very Western for small shop space.
Almost no place in Casa Lapin does not have the green of plants, from flower pots irrigated everyday, to vivacious pots of flowers or vines of tiny but vigorous vegetation. The menu also follows European style, with ice-blended ice-creams.
There are two addresses:
– Casa Lapin: Thonglor Art Village, between Thonglor Soi 17 & 19. Open from 8.30am to 20.30pm on weekdays and 10h30 to 20h30.
– Casa Lapin X49: Soi Songphinong, between Thonglor 13 and Sukhumvit Soi 49/7, near BTS Thonglor. Open from 7:30 to 20:30 on weekdays and 10:30 to 20:30 on weekends.
- Roots Coffee Roaster
Roots Coffee Roaster is a branch of the Roast Restaurant, but only sells cafes and does not serve as much savory food. Essentially, it is also a training center for quality appraisals of coffee and professional courses for those who are passionate. Therefore, the restaurant is only open for 2 days for normal guests.