Give it a swirl.
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 inside of Coffee Craftsman x Yarden is painted mostly in off-green and finished nicely with clean and modern furniture from Niiq, a brand that shares the same owners.
The cafe highlights beans by local micro roasters, with two house signature blends starting from B80 for espresso: Artisan (Thai, Colombia and Guatemala) and Craftsman (Thai, Brazil and Ethiopia).
Local single origin beans are used for the slow bar (B150 for pourover and Aeropress), while they also serve some delightful comfort dishes like Fried Moon Eggs (sunny-side up eggs with fried blood sausage, B220) and roasted garlic and lemon chicken (B380).
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