Casa Lapin x26
A cup of darn-good coffee made with beans sourced from the Bangkok's top roasters.
This marks the fourth branch in an ever-growing line of Bangkok’s beloved Casa Lapin. High ceilings, brick walls, wooden flooring, big windows and low-hanging bulbs combine to create this loft-like industrial co-working space. Their punchy coffee—made with beans sourced from some of the best roasters in Bangkok—will help you power through your work, or you can kick back on their outdoor terrace with a refreshing beer or cider. If you’re feeling peckish, you can chow down on a juicy pork burger or chewy almond brownie.
The very hip cafe Casa Lapin has opened their fourth branch, expanding the empire even further with a hostel, co-working space and flower shop. The bigger venue boasts the familiar industrial loft style of high ceilings, wooden floors and red brick walls, while big windows let in lots of light. The second floor boasts outdoor seating, perfect for soaking up the sun with the soundtrack of indie staples like King of Convenience and Sky Ferreira.
Besides a cup of coffee (espresso starts from B80), made with beans sourced from the likes of P&F, Pacamara, Roots and Brave Roasters, you can also sip some tea (B180), beers and ciders like Singha, Beerlao, BrewDog and Aspall. They plan to roast their own coffee beans soon, too. Munch on the almond brownie (B125), rich chocolate cake (B140), pork burger served with balsamic salad (B220) or wait a little while for their breakfast menu to be ready.
Soon to come on-site is a hostel and co-working space called ONEDAY l PAUSE AND FORWARD. PAUSE will feature dorm-style accommodation priced at B650-B1,900, while FORWARD is a co-working space that costs B350 per day and will offer four types of work spaces: individual desk, group work, coffee shop style and meeting room for 12-20 people. To complete the pretty Kinfolk-indebted picture, there's also a flower shop, Wallflowers.
|Address:||Casa Lapin x26, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Price Range:||B - BB|
|Open since:||May, 2014|
|Opening hours:||daily 7am-9pm|
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