Casa Lapin (Central World)
Casa Lapin's biggest branch yet.
From humble origins as a rabbit-hole-sized nook on Thonglor, the oh-so-trendy Casa Lapin has steadily been taking control of the Bangkok coffee scene—and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Adding to their ever-growing list of branches, their latest opening at CentralWorld is their largest yet, with an altogether more commercial feel. Even the logo has taken on a new look, from their whimsical bunny-eared mill house, to a sleeker and more stampable bunny head design.
The all-day breakfast menu offers crowd-pleasers like the sourdough croque madame (B220), which comes topped with spinach, ham, a fried egg and white mushroom sauce, and the syrup-drenched French toast with berries (B260).
The branch retains the Casa Lapin stamp of master brewer, pumping their single-origin coffee through futuristic digital Steampunk craft brewing machines. There’s also a bar, serving beers and cocktails, like the punchy Spicy Margarita (B165).