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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Coffee Craftsman x Yarden

  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden
  • Coffee Craftsman x Yarden

Set in a 70-year-old wooden house dating back to the Rama 7 era, this Yen Akart cafe wows you from first glance. The cafe highlights beans by local micro roasters, with two house signature blends: Artisan (Thai, Colombia and Guatemala) and Craftsman (Thai, Brazil and Ethiopia). You'll find some lots of avo-toast varieties on the menu along with some solid pizza (get the salami and portabello mushroom), but next door's Akart Bistro is a better bet for a proper lunch date. 

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Phone: 02-249-0180
Coffee Craftsman x Yarden, Yarden Yenakart, 30 Yen Akat Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Sathorn

Opening Hours:

daily 7am-7pm

Cuisine:

Cafe

Open Since:

January, 2017
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