Gallery Drip Coffee
It’s all about the drip brew method for the great single-origin coffees served here.
Fuel up before exploring BACC’s vast gallery space at this drip coffee specialist, where the hand-ground beans are sourced near and wide—Chiang Rai, Kenya, Honduras and beyond. Art permeates the venue with a flowing, honeycombed wood ceiling and cute, coffee-themed sketches lining the walls, punctuated by displays of coffee grinders and indulgent cakes like black forest gateaux.
The two photographers behind this joint, Piyachart Trithaworn and Natthiti Ampriwan, take their coffee very seriously. As the name suggests, it’s all about the drip brew method here.
The standout cup (B75) uses beans sourced from Lee Ayu Chuepa, of the Akha hill tribe community in Chiang Rai, which they roast themselves here in Bangkok.
The menu is short as the owners are advocates of single-origin beans, sourced from places like Yemen and Kenya. They’re also big believers in empowering their baristas, who we’ve noticed are really knowledgeable, friendly and passionate.
For those after something exclusive, they've just added a cold brew tower, with only three cups available a day (B110). And if you really fall for their coffee, they’re starting to host trips to the farm up north so that you can get to really know where your coffee came from.
|Address:||Gallery Drip Coffee, BACC, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Cuisine:||Coffee shop, Cafe|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 10:30am-8:30pm|
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