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The best new cafes to visit in Bangkok for October

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“When life gives you lemons, trade them for coffee. A morning cup of joe helps jumpstart the day, and it’s always fun to discover a new favorite café in town to grab one from. Here are the best new cafes in Bangkok right now. Imagine walking into a café and being greeted by the aroma of freshly ground coffee beans. Feel the relaxing and calming vibe as you take a sip of your preferred drink and savor the tangy taste of the pastry that accompanies your cup. A good café allows you to momentarily forget all your problems. Bangkok will never be short of good cafes, so let us introduce you to the new places to add to your bucket list.”


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“Kintaam, the beloved ice cream sandwich parlor from Chiang Mai, has recently opened its doors in Bangkok. Located in a cozy shop in Sathorn, they prioritize locally-sourced ingredients to create exceptional frozen treats with a unique Thai twist. Whether you choose the popular Thai pink milk flavor called ‘nom yen’ or the delightful ‘cha thai’ featuring Thai milk tea with roasted longan bits, you’re in for a delightful experience. At Kintaam, you can customize your ice cream sandwich by selecting a crunchy biscuit base, freshly baked daily. Options include butter, chocolate, oatmeal-cinnamon, or the unique fermented red rice ‘angkak.’ Next, you can choose your ice cream flavor and top it off with sprinkled sugar, honeycombs, or roasted marshmallows, all for just THB75. Our top recommendation is the ‘yen jiab,’ which combines tangy yogurt ice cream with ginger jam for a delightful kick. Pair it with the red rice angkak biscuit to enhance the flavors. Please be aware that long queues are to be expected, and it’s advisable to check their Instagram page to ensure they haven’t sold out for the day.”

Located on Sathorn Soi 11 open from 11AM-9PM

ShersanctuaryThe best new cafes in Bangkok - October 2023

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When Sherlyn Luangprasert first delved into the art of tea making, she never anticipated venturing beyond the realm of matcha lattes. Her journey took an unexpected turn when she mistakenly enrolled in a tea ceremony workshop, believing it to be a course on crafting the popular beverages that were in vogue at the time. Little did she know that this single workshop would become the catalyst for her burgeoning passion for tea. This newfound passion eventually led her to establish Shersanctuary Tea Bar, which she describes as a “safe space” where urban dwellers can temporarily set aside their daily worries and immerse themselves in the tranquil world of tea.

A recommended highlight from the menu is the ‘Sherlyn’ (priced at THB250). This tea blend is a reflection of Sherlyn’s personal journey to embrace cinnamon, a spice she had developed a dislike for due to its association with ‘palo,’ her least favorite dish from her Chinese upbringing. The tea offers vibrant and zesty flavors, gradually transitioning into a gentle sweetness as it cools.

66, 115 Phahonyothin Rd., Anusawari, Bang Khen, Bangkok.  Open daily 10am-6pm. 064-419-3249

1% Arabica

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%Arabica, the popular coffee chain from Kyoto known for its minimalist aesthetic, has recently opened its newest branch at Park Silom, a lifestyle community in Sathorn. The new branch stays true to the brand’s signature minimalist design found in their previous outlets, featuring the iconic “%” signage, stylish all-white counters, and sleek metallic lines.

When it comes to the menu, you can choose from various options, starting with the classic cafe latte, priced from THB130, or opt for the smooth Kyoto latte, available at THB150. If you prefer matcha over coffee, there’s also a matcha latte option priced at THB150.

So whether you’re a coffee lover or not particularly keen on drinking coffee, %Arabica at Park Silom has something to offer in its stylish and minimalist setting.

% Arabica (Park Silom) M/F Park Silom. BTS Saladaeng. Open daily 7am-9pm.

Duck Donuts

The renowned American doughnut chain has recently introduced their famous doughnuts to the trendy crowd in Siam. At this location, they utilize cake flour to create and fry their doughnuts fresh every day, resulting in delicate and incredibly light treats. The exciting part is that you have the option to customize your own flavors and toppings, with prices starting at THB59.

Duck Donuts. M/F Siam Discovery. Open daily 10am-10pm.

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