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Outstanding cafes to experience in Thailand - Uncover Thailand's Top Cafe Hubs

Home to some of Asia's most eclectic coffee houses Thailand is a Cafe enthusiast's dream come true. From the capital's best to resort favourites here are the top contenders for Thailand's best Cafe.


The Coffee Club

Often regarded as a one of a kind restaurant in Bangkok Thailand The Coffee Club is no ordinary café in the country's capital. Located within the Anantara Baan Rajprasong Bangkok Serviced Suites, The Coffee Club is a signature coffee house boasting an array of unique blends of the world's favorite beverage and a wide range of gourmet dishes as well. Tea lovers will also find a selection of exotic and herbal infused teas as well as traditional teas.


Gallery Drip Coffee

Located across the street from the MBK mall entrance the Gallery Drip Coffee is another iconic café occupying the Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center. A popular haunt for local hipsters as well as retro fanatics the venue blends art and the art of enjoying a refreshing cup of drip coffee perfectly. The brainchild of a group of photographers the venue is ideal for serious coffee addicts with a healthy love of desserts.


Petite Audrey

Occupying pride of place on the 4th level of the Siam Centre this stylish café is one of Thailand's must- visit cafés. As the Siam branch of the Thong Lor origins café Petite Audrey takes French sophistication to new heights with traditional fresh maid's attire for the staff as well as its minimalistic white decor. Some of the must-sample items served at the café include Thai Milk Tea Crepe Cakes while the Milo crepe cake is also a local favourite.


Kyo Roll En

As one of the most popular local cafés in Bangkok Kyo Roll En is a classic Kyoto Lifestyle Café visitors can experience at both Siam Square, The Emporium and Siam Paragon. Famed for its ice cream and cake rolls the venue is the top hub for Japanese inspired desserts in Thailand. Open from 10 am to 10pm the café is a cosy locale to enjoy light and airy desserts and beverages.


Mont Nom Sod

With a rich history dating back to humble beginnings in the early 60's Mont Nom Sod is a veritable institution in the local food scene by no coincidence. Having served toast from food trucks the brand has grown to become a staple stopover for visitors and locals in search of Kaya (coconut custard) toast. Other delicious menu items served at the café include its chocolate teas and Thai milk concoctions. Long queues are a common features outside Mont Nom Sod at MBK thanks to the café's popularity.


Roast Café

Situated in Thong Lor Roast Café occupies the second floor in Seenspace Center. Known for its luxurious interiors the well-known brunch hub is the perfect place down Sukhumvit to enjoy a steaming hot cup. Famed for its savoury dishes as well its stunning desserts the high ceilings and large dining spaces makes Roast Café the ideal place to enjoy a long lunch with friends.


Mr Jones' Orphanage

Resembling a toy store with its teddy bear laden interiors Mr Jones' Orphanage is a one of a kind café in the Thai capital. Decorated with classic furnishings and elegant interiors the venue is perfect for a girl's day out. Desserts and coffee are the main features on the menu which is often a secondary factor overshadowed by the café's ambience and style.


Ink and Lion Café

Another hit with local and expat coffee lovers the Ink and Lion Café is perhaps best known for its bite size cakes provided by Size S Bakery and their unique blends of coffee.