Somersault Coffee Roasters
The Thai roaster finally opens its own shop in the heart of Yannawa.
Care for a single-origin Sunda Hejo Java roasted in-house or a Dixton Vice blend from roasters Two Degrees North? Yes, coffee has become as complex as wine, and this roaster's coffee shop is the perfect place to start training your palate and widening your horizons to far-flung destination like Burundi and Columbia. There's even a little dessert menu with cheesecake and raspberry-topped brownies along with matcha latte for the coffee heretics among us.
Thai roaster Somersault has finally opened up its own shop in the heart of Yannawa.
Hopping on the Southwestern-modern decor bandwagon—think lots of wood, white-washing and succulents—the small space dishes out croissants (B35) and scones (B60 for three), but the emphasis here is really on their beans.
Coffee starts at B60 for standard hot items, while they also branch out with other drinks like the trendy, pink lychee rose soda (B125).
|Address:||Somersault Coffee Roasters, 604/ 137 Sathu Pradit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||November, 2016|
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