My 5 TOP “Kissten” in Chiang Mai, Thailand, places to eat and drink coffee

Posted in COFFEE TRAVEL
on July 10, 2018
Bread in Flour, Flour cafe

Kissaten is Japanese style of the morning ritual, “Eat good with a cup of coffee in the morning.” This is the first step for success day.

Here, you can find five amazing places to get fully energetic breakfast with tasty coffee in Chiang Mai / Thailand. The city is called also “Capital city of coffee in South-East Asia” In Chiang Mai are many places where you can have a good cup of coffee with a good breakfast menu. I liked the most this five places, like for price, service, but also for the quality of food and good cupp of black coffee.

TOP 5 FOOD & COFFEE SPOTS

1. FLOUR, FLOUR

Hours: Mon.- Sun.8:30am-04:00pm

Address:  Nimmanhaemin Soi 17, 50200 Chiang Mai

Website:  here

The style, when you focus mainly,  to have well balanced, feeling breakfast with the cup of coffee is calling Kissaten, after Japanese city.  If you want to have success day, you have to start with good breakfast. By law, Kissaten is able to serve sweets and tea, but almost all will also serve coffee, sandwiches, spaghetti, and other light refreshments, as well as curry rice or set meals at lunchtime. You can also call like breakfast, brunch place. In Japan in the Kissaten places, you will find mainly older generation, young people prefer modern style of cafes with light food, snacks, desserts. The place in Chiang Mai is calling Flour, Flour (@flourflourbread) and they serve mainly homemade bread base breakfast.

 

2. FARMSTORY

Hours: Mo-Tue 8am-7pm, Thu-Fr 8am-7pm, Sat-Sun 8am-9pm

Address: Farmstory House, 7 Rachadamnone Rd Soi 5, Mueang Chiang Mai

Website: here

Come and experience the homely and inspiring atmosphere inside the traditional teak Farmstory House! The owner roasts his own coffee beans and prepares delicious pour-over coffee drinks. There are many small meaningful and treasured details around the house telling the stories of struggle and success of local farmers. This place is a wonderful symbol for Chiang Mai’s deep roots in agriculture and entrepreneurship. The place is run by a friendly local couple, who will put a smile on your face and in your heart.

3. SS1254372 Cafe  & SEASCAPE GALLERY

Hours: Tue-Sun 8:00am-6:00pm, Mo closed

Address: SS1254372 Cafe, 22/1 Soi Nimmana Haeminda 17 Chiang Mai

Website: here

‘Meanwhile, in our hometown, a granny has created her very own spacecraft to supply food during the exploration of the art space.’ This is the story and mission of this unusual and inspiring Art and Eatery Space, which is connected to the Gallery Seascape. As soon as you enter this place you feel like being inside a uniquely designed – one of a kind –  spaceship with 3 big round windows, colorful tables, old telephones and various handicraft items. What an inspiring place!  Mission Accomplished! 🙂

4. BAYS COFFEE

Hours: Mo-Sun 8am-9pm

Address: bays coffee co., Soi Hmong, 50300 Chiang Mai

Website: here

A friendly and highly skilled barista – named Bay –  is running this innovative coffee kiosk. He uses outstanding quality local beans to brew amazing coffee drinks. Coffee lovers can choose from various manual brewing methods: pour-over coffee, slow-drip, Aeropress or French press. Bays Cafe shares a relaxing open air area with the Food4Thought restaurant. Bay not only masters the philosophical art of coffee preparing and drinking but he also passionate about making a positive, constructive impact on the community of Chiang Mai. He uses a portion of his profit to empower local at-risk youth. One of Bays life slogans is: ‘When we get, we give. When we sip together, we stay together.’

5. Woo Cafe

Hours: Mo-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm

Address: Woo Cafe, 80 Charoenrat Road, Wat Gate, Chiang Mai

Website: here

The Woo Cafe, Art Gallery & Lifestyle Shop offers a refreshingly romantic vibe that will make your day! It’s a ‘fairytale garden room’ filled with beautiful, exotic plants and flowers, vintage furniture and the exciting work of local changing artists. Woo Cafe offers a spacious room with several tables, including a large, nicely decorated communal table. And yes, the coffee and food is delicious! Woo Cafe – which is located close to a river, not far from the city center – clearly reflects Chiang Mai’s enormous lovely, dynamic and creative spirit.

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