Top 10 Coffee Shops In Thailand You Must Try

Top 10 Coffee Shops In Thailand You Must Try - Coffee Culture Thailand

10. Transit Number 8 Cafe

Chiang Mai Thailand

A chic new cafe in Chiang Mai that’s taking the world by storm. The menu and the decor here is simple but highly effective. The coffee comes from the owner’s own farm, supporting his family and friends. They also roast there own beans that are available for purchase at the shop or online.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 8am to 6pm

Address:

56, 19 Soi Sanam Bin Kao 8, Tambon Su Thep, Muang, Chiang Mai

9. Gallery Coffee Drip

Bangkok Thailand

Located in the famous Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, you’ll find the quirky Gallery Coffee Drip Cafe with its honeycomb roof and counters of coffee-making gear. This retro-themed cafe specializes in – you suspected right – drip coffee. They take their time to prepare your freshly-ground coffee through either a pour-over or drip coffee method, which doesn’t actually take as long as it sounds. You have to try their cakes too.

Opening Days & Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays from 10.30am to 8.30pm

Closed On Sundays

Address:

BACC Building – 939 Rama I Road,

Wang Mai, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok

8. Kaizen Coffee Co.

Bangkok Thailand

Japanese inspired coffee shop in Bangkok is an all-white, marble-topped, black infinity-edged cafe is a clean, modern gathering place for coffee lovers. They have outstanding signature coffee and a delicious food menu. Their nitro cold coffee brews provide energy to the coffee lovers, while their sweets will win the hearts of all cake lovers. The two sibling owners of this cafe have tons of experience in the Australian coffee culture, and they brought this over to Thailand. Their enthusiasm for what they do ensures an engaging coffee experience each time you’re here.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 8am to 6pm

Address: 

888 6-7 Ekkamai Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

7.Sretsis Parlour Cafe

Bangkok Thailand

Opened by and named after three famous sisters, this cute and beautiful cafe is packed with fairytale desserts, tea, and surprise coffee! At Sretsis, the coffee is served with latte art that is randomly chosen, late art so intricate it looks like a painting. While there, you can enjoy the wonderful cakes and dessert or just soak up the magical surroundings with a good cup of their coffee.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 10am to 8pm

Address:

Central Embassy, Level 2 Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok

6. Analox Film Cafe

Bangkok Thailand

At Analox Film Cafe, they have a saying, “every drink has a story.” The charisma of a coffee shop combined with the unique film industry, a place for concepts to be born, ideas to be created, and knowledge between filmmakers to be shared. Step into a world of film and strong coffee, ancient cameras decorate the shops’ walls, and aromas of good caffeine flow through the place. They apply the same waiting principles for making film to their coffee, first fermenting their famous signature coffee beans for 1 day to add another level of depth.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 10am to 7pm

Address: 

36 38 Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok

5. Brave Roasters

Bangkok Thailand

A 7-year-old cafe that has made an immense impact on the coffee scene in Bangkok. They specialize in cold brews and doing so through the use of creative brewing techniques. They also roast their own varieties of beans that are well worth the trip there, so is the food. Find them in Bangkok and be prepared to be amazed by the skills and flavors that are waiting for you.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 10am to 9pm

Address:

Siam Discovery – Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok

4. Ceresia Coffee Roaster

Bangkok Thailand

Leave your laptop, your phone, because at Ceresia Coffee Roasters you don’t need it. It may be a bit strange to you, but this cafe in Bangkok has NO INTERNET. Weird in an age where every right coffee place in Thailand has wifi, they go hand in hand. But the mission at Ceresia cafe is different, personal. Contemporary and chic, the orange brick walls, yellow lighting, and wooden interior create an atmosphere that is warm and cozy. They also roast their own coffee beans, sometimes even having six single-origin beans on weekly rotations. The coffee beans they use are sourced both locally and internationally. Perfect for great coffee meetups.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 8am to 5pm

Address:

593, 29-41 Sukhumvit Rd, Klongton Nua, Watthana, Bangkok

3. Roots Coffee Roaster

Bangkok Thailand

Roots Coffee Roaster was created as a coffee-community hub in Bangkok: a place for people who are serious coffee drinkers to meet and appreciate what they do. As a micro-roaster, they source only the highest-quality coffee beans and bring expertise, attention, and care to each batch. At Roots, the staff is considered their best asset, but it’s also clear that the food, the coffee combined with their team, is what makes Roots so unique.

Opening Days & Hours:

Mondays to Fridays from 8am to 5.30pm

Saturdays & Sundays From 8am to 7pm

Address:

THE COMMONS – Market Floor – Thonglor Rd, Klongtan Nue Watthana, Bangkok

2. Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roaster

Bangkok Thailand

A little coffee shop with a big heart and a lot of flavors. Pacamara is famous for locals and ex-pats as one of the best coffee shops in Bangkok. The coffee here is well-taken care of, the roasting superb, and the service is phenomenal. Passionate baristas patiently take any queries you may or may not conjure up on the spot. They give you choices of three blends to match your flavor, considering every detail, depth, taste, body, smell all of it. Find them in Bangkok and Chiang Mai and it in their mother-city Singapore.

Opening Days & Hours:

Daily from 9am to 9pm

Address: 

185 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574333

1. Akha Ama Coffee

Chiang Mai Thailand

Founded by Lee Ayu, Akha Ama is Thailand’s most exciting coffee company and cafe. Initially created to support the hill tribe community, Akha Ama, named after the Akha tribe, was designed to make sure they sell their beans at a fair price. Lee started in 2009 with a small cafe in using a home-style espresso machine. At present, they run two busy cafes, roast their own beans, and produce over 35 tons of coffee per year. The connection that they have to their community is one of pride and skill. (A lot of the baristas actually brew coffee cultivated by their siblings at the mountain.) These farmers are truly skillful, they can grow authentic Arabica varieties such as Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica.

To wrap it all up:

Coffee in Thailand has really evolved over the years and is still evolving, as you may have noticed from the list, the diversity of cafes has been deeply influenced by foreigners but also by local Thai communities like Akha Ama. Because Thailand is such a huge tourist attraction, especially Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Pattaya, Samui and Phuket, the restaurants and coffee scene will continue to grow and evolve. 

On a final note, just to remind you that we have not yet been to the above coffee shops with the current circumstance around the world. But we have done our research and hope to hear from you on your opinions on each one if you have already been to them. We hope that we can help you find some of the best cafes to enjoy a tasty cup of fresh coffee in Thailand, a country of friendly smiles and good energy. Let us know what your selection of top 10 coffee shops in Thailand are, in the comments below.

Have an inspiring day ahead. Stay positive, stay energetic, and stay inspired. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Instagram for more caffeinated news and updates. 

Susan Villota

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