Ratchada presents coffee with a cause.
Bangkok’s first social enterprise cafe has opened doors in Ratchada.
CU Latte pledges to help farmers and communities in the remote highland village of Doi Phahi by donating nine percent of its coffee sales directly to them. The idea comes from a Singaporean consultant whose love for Thailand urged him to make a difference.
The cafe also works with riceberry farmers in Sisaket and emphasizes hiring those in difficult life circumstances.
The coffee comes from a single estate on Doi Phahi; a slow-brewed, micro-roasted bean that comes at B65 for a hot espresso or B75 for the in house iced coffee.
The food menu includes a crispy mushroom fried sandwich (B75), chicken wings marinated in fish sauce (B109) and penne with bacon, garlic, chili and basil (B99).
|Address:||CU Latte, 281 Praditmanoontham Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Fri 11:30am-8pm|
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