Took one sip of my flat white and burnt my mouth. Didn't drink anymore - milk burnt and shot watery. I think they have sold the venue. No more Slayer (like the photo) and are using a linea. I won't be giving another chance, annoying location too. I'd rather take an ojek/ taxi to casa lapin (closest in thonglor) or Roast.
Opens 10am. Close 9.30. Worth the trip if you have time. About 8 mins from sukamvit BTS if you take a Moto. To save me typing, see the photos. You cannot be disappointed. Note : this is on the 2nd floor, in quite an upmarket shopping centre called " Rain Hill" Just at the top of the escalators. I've spent the day here in aircon working on great internet. Lots of power points too.
Two spot-on coffees: an acidicihjt-bodied Rwandan pour over and a stellar macchiato (milk was a little sweet) using their Roadster Blend. Weird sort of spot; small and woodsy and in a mall. Service is excellent, and you can tell they care (refractomer on the pour over).
Found another gem in Bangkok. This little cafe is on the second floor of the boutique Rain Hill shopping mall. A great find and something like we would expect in Australia. I had a piccolo so I could taste the coffee rather than diluting with a latte sized cup. The coffee is smooth and very buttery. It had a great after taste as well and was a great brew. This is the best coffee experience for me in BKK so far.
Very nice. BKK has a array of coffee shops most either very bad or Starbucks do the same very bad. But slowly the revolution is starting. A few great little shops like this one. Coffee here is very good indeed with passionate staff that have knowledge. I love the set up of this place simple yet on the money. One of the best in BKK if you want real coffee Thanks guys
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