Awesome place with great knowledgeable staff, they don't overlook anything in the process of making a good cup. I love it when they offer you to smell the beans before ordering, seems natural to me, and then to smell the ground stuff. I've had a pour over of washed beans from Chiang Mai and the barista let me taste the beans he was testing at that moment. Good experience
Never had drip coffee before, but I'm now well and truly sold. The barista made making the coffee look like completing a work of art, then when it came to tasting it I was seriously impressed. Big flavours but well balanced. Atmosphere was cool too - check out the rest of the building for an eclectic mix of shops and cages.
Dedicated to the art of dripping, this place is a joy for connoiseurs and casual sippers alike. The organic beans from Chiangmai were manually ground, then carefully and artfully brewed, creating cups of sweetness, full of flavour, and with very clean aftertaste. The small joint are indeed intimate. And, the t-shirts are cute. Top notch!
Having spent a week in Thailand and trying a few brews I had given up on getting a decent coffee. On my last day I walked past Gallery Drip Coffee and immediately could tell these guys knew their stuff. As mentioned above, they only do drip filter coffee which I'm told is the traditional Thai method. When it is done well any coffee lover will enjoy this method and this crew does it really well. I started with the Doi Chang Peaberry and it was amazing. Rich and full with hints of smokey wood and chocolate. Beautifully clean and delicious aftertaste. My second coffee was a Pa-Miang Organic 9-1 Dry Process. This was unlike any filter I have had before, very light and refreshing with hints of berry and lemongrass and a fruity sweetness to finish. Both coffees were grown in the Chiang-Mai Provence in Thailand. I had a great chat with one of the owners (Kesarin?) who visits plantations in Thailand to source her beans. It was a highlight to try native Thai Beans from crop to cup whilst in Thailand. The cafe is has a great atmosphere with shelves and tables lined with plenty of old miniature coffee grinders, teapots, books and merch to keep a coffee geek entertained. The cafe is easy to find in the Siam district opposite MBK and the Siam Centre and I couldn't recommend it enough as it was the coffee highlight of my trip.
Superb cafe within the BACC gallery complex, serving entirely drip based coffee. Prices range from about 75 to 125 baht depending where the bean is from. Had 2 cups, one from Chiang Rai, Thailand and one Yemen. Both were outstanding. Lovely staff and nice, good atmosphere amongst all the little creative boutiques. A total must visit in Bangkok for beanhunters.
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