If you are the person who loves coffee and has a chance to visit Bangkok, Thailand. Today, I am going to introduce you 3 coffee shop in the garden that hiding out on various corners around the city. I can confirm confirm that the cafe is decorated to feel like we are sitting in a garden atmosphere. And I could say that each cafe is one of the best oasis in the city ever. Not only they are the nice place to visit, but they also have a wonderful coffee and delicious desserts like cake, macaroon and bread as well.
1. Wood Cafe
The Wood Cafe is decorated with wood that if you come, you will unconsciously be enchanted by the chic atmosphere. The cafe owner did design by using old wood furniture but polished perfectly compatible with the green trees that could make you feel relax with the rushing day. Let’s talk about food and drink here. After you just walk into the cafe you will smell the aroma of coffee. Here, they have an awesome strong coffee both hot and cold like espresso and mocha and many more drinks. The foods are also great since they use hydroponics vegetables or simply called as organic vegetables, delicious! clean! safe!
Address: 44 Soi Ladpraowanghin 48, Ladpraowanghin Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Hours: Friday – Sunday, at 10:30 am. to 2:30 pm., 5:00 pm. to 9:00 pm.
Just walk into the garden which is on the front of the cafe, you could get the soft smell of coffee wafted from afar. Then look left, look right, you would not believe that there is a coffee shop with a garden in the city. Hot weather confronting from the tropical breeze through the trees and garden in this cafe also a gently waterfall sound give us the tropical atmosphere that worth the name of the cafe. The recommended menu of Bankampu Tropical Cafe are fresh coffee, mocha, cold cocoa, blueberry cheesecake and macadamia cake.
Address: 5/61 Soi Yothin Pattana 3 Ekamai – Ramintha, Bangkok, Thailand
Hours: daily from 9:00 am. to 7:00 pm.
With the heart that falling in love with coffee and food, so they are determined and meticulous in every time cooked before serve. Especially the coffee, they always brew freshly ground coffee. So, I can honestly say that the coffee of Cafe du Coq is something you need to find sometimes for it if you have a chance. Also sitting and eatting in the atmosphere under the shade of large trees help drive the premium coffee taste better, too.
Address: Soi Rom Klao 8/1 Min Buri Bangkok, Thailand
Hours: daily from 7:30 am. to 6:00 pm.
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“Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love.”
– Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord