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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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The people behind modern Australian restaurant Freebird have brought Sarnies, one of Singapore’s hippest coffee roasters, to Bangkok. It's one of several new arrivals (alongside Coastal tropical bar and Maison de Bangkok chef's table) in the beautiful garden at Thai restaurant Kram, tucked away down the back alleys off Phrom Phong. 

Taking over two shipping containers separated by a metal staircase, Sarnies is split into a coffee roasting zone with gigantic bags of coffee beans to one side, and a small, stylishly minimalist cafe space (think lots of metal, glass and wooden accents) to the other. Here sits a coffee bar with seven stools, above which adorable succulents and vintage orange wired light bulbs dangle from the ceiling.

This cafe puts a lot of stock in perfecting its roast profiles, highlighting beans sourced globally in places such as Brazil, El Salvador, Kenya, Ethiopia and Costa Rica, as well as locally.

The daily-roasted coffee can be had in options like piccolo (B100), flat white (B100) and mocha (B120). Filter coffee comes in blends such as Brazil, Nosa Senhora Jaspe Organic (with tasting notes of berry, tart acidity and buttery mouth feel, B150), while there's also a house signature blend called Picks and Shovel (mixing Thai, Lao and Costa Rican beans). Narisa Lin

 

 

 

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Phone: 02-258-8170
Sarnies, 113 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand

Opening Hours:

Thu-Fri 9am-5pm

Price Range:

BBB

Cuisine:

Coffee shop

Open Since:

July, 2017
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