Nana Coffee Roasters is a beautiful cafe in Bangkok with great coffee
When I was researching the best cafes in Bangkok to visit before my trip, Nana Coffee Roasters was one of the first that came up on the list. They’ve got four outlets across the city, as well as a full-fledged roastery and cafe!
Their Ari branch appears to be the most popular, with a 4.4-star rating across over 1,200 Google reviews. It’s also a 12-minute walk from Oh! Vacoda, another hip cafe located in the up-and-coming Ari district.
On the first floor, the sprawling cafe has a gorgeous seating space that’s like a cross between a luxurious spa and a well-appointed living room.
You can also choose to sit by the bar if you wish to watch the baristas at work!
The menu is extensive with a focus on brunch items and pastries, along with an even larger coffee selection. Their baristas have also bagged a few awards at global brewing competitions, so you’ll know the coffee here is legit. Go for the Piccolo (฿150/~S$5.80), comprising a shot of espresso with steamed milk.
There’s the Tamago Sando (฿350/~S$13.40), which stars two thick slabs of toast filled with house-made egg sando, topped with shaved parmesan, and paired with pickles on the side.
Those who love the viral cream-filled croissant trend can try the Timber Ring Matcha (฿250/~S$9.60).
This sinful treat comprises flaky and buttery croissant layers, piped with a generous amount of sweet matcha cream.
If the weather permits, I’d recommend snagging a seat outside, in their beautiful garden. Else, there are more seats on the second level of the cafe.
For more food recommendations in Thailand, check out our Chiang Mai food guide, which includes Michelin-approved stalls! In other food news within Singapore, the popular Japanese pastry shop Anri Bakery is opening in Takashimaya soon.
Address: 24 2 Ari 4 Alley, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am to 6pm, Sat-Sun 8am to 6pm
Nana Coffee Roasters is not a halal-certified eatery.
Photos taken by Anthia Chng and edited by Melvin Mak.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg.
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