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Sathorn's got a tiny and hip new coffee stand serving up caffeine hits for office workers on the go. 
 
The people behind the two-year-old Coffeelism Cafe in the far-out Lad Plakhao area have branched into the Chong Nonsi business district with Coffeelismstand.
 
Unlike the multitude of little coffee stalls in the neighborhood, this one boasts of only using specialty coffee blends given the tick of approval by Intercof experts, starting from the low price of B40 for an espresso, B45 for a double-shot cappucino and B50 for a Thai-style iced coffee with sweetened condensed milk.
 
Slow-bar drip coffee is on the way, too. Non-coffee drinkers can enjoy the iced black cocoa (B65), which makes us of defatted cocoa powder for a creamy taste. 
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Phone: 081-599-5961
Coffeelismstand, Sathorn Soi 8, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Chong Nonsi

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 7am-3pm; Sat 9am-3pm

Price Range:

B

Cuisine:

Coffee shop

Open Since:

July, 2017
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