Trendiest café chains in Thailand to try this 2024


Thailand’s café culture is thriving with an array of options to choose from. You can find everything from charming cafés to pet-friendly ones. And café chains are on the rise as well. So, whether you’re in need of a quick caffeine fix, a spot to catch up with friends, or a cosy workspace, café chains are an easy go-to as they have multiple locations scattered throughout the country.

Although most serve some really delicious menus, not all serve them in an equally nice atmosphere, so if you’re thinking of going for a coffee journey in Thailand, here are our recommendations of popular café chains in Thailand!

Note: For this article’s purpose, we consider those with two or more branches as cafe chains in Thailand.

Popular café chains in Thailand

1. The Coffee Club

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PHOTO: The Coffee Club

Best Features: Their coffee is one of the best among other café chains in Thailand and you can enjoy great all-day breakfast menus.

Pricing: The coffee starts from 80 baht, while the food ranges from 100 baht to 560 baht.

Address: Their example branches are located in Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Chiangmai, Samui, Hua Hin, and Krabi.

The Coffee Club is an Aussie-born, Thai-owned coffee and brunch chain with over 20 branches across Thailand. This thriving café chain offers a very welcoming and relaxing setting, making it a great place to enjoy some great food, chit-chat with your friends, or even bring your laptop and work.

Best cafe chains in Thailand
PHOTO: The Coffee Club

Their coffee really delivers, with creative options like the Yuzu Citrus Lemon Cold Brew, which is the perfect drink to refresh on a hot day. They also have a selection of tea. From iced Thai Tea Latte to Lychee Rose Tea Cold Brew, tea lovers will not miss out here. If you’re into healthy drinks, cold-pressed juices are available. They serve cocktails, wines, and beers as well.

On the food front, you can expect both Western and Thai dishes. We recommend Grilled Pork Chop with Spicy Sauce if you want some local taste, while their Smashed Avocado with Poached Eggs is the perfect choice for brunch. Additionally, Krabi, the location of the Coffee Club branch, is a fascinating area that takes more than one day to fully explore. To choose the ideal hotel for you, check our partner’s website, “Agoda.”

2. ROAST Coffee & Eatery

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Best Features: Each location is picturesque, perfect to make a good post on your Instagram.

Pricing: The coffee starts from 80 baht and the food starts from 120 baht.

Main Branch: the COMMONS, 335 Thong Lo 17 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
2nd Outlet: EmQuartier, 1 Helix Building B 693 695 Sukhumvit Road, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
3rd Outlet: 1st Fl, CENTRAL@centralwOrld, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.

If you’re looking for a place to sip amazing coffee in Thailand, ROAST Coffee & Eatery should be on your list. While ROAST is not technically a major chain, with only three branches in Bangkok, it is definitely one of the trendiest and most ‘instagramable’ café chains in Thailand. With its hipster ambience, coupled with an excellent selection of coffee and brunch menu, you will have an enjoyable time here.

Best cafe chains in Thailand

Famed for their local coffee beans, you should try their Iced Espresso Latte. They also serve mouthwatering dishes, such as steaks, sandwiches, and pasta. For some evening refreshments, ROAST also has cocktails, wines, and beers on their menu.

3. Black Canyon Coffee and Eatery

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PHOTO: Black Canyon Coffee and Eatery

Best Features: As one of the biggest café chains in Thailand, you can practically find Black Canyon everywhere. Their coffee drinks have a premium taste, thanks to the excellent production process.

Pricing: A cup of coffee is around 70 baht.

Address: There are 105 branches of Black Canyon Coffee and Eatery across Thailand, including Bangkok, Krabi, Chonburi, and Chiang Rai. We gather the example branches for you as a following map.
Black Canyon Coffee and Eatery is one of the first Thai-owned speciality coffee retail businesses. It’s easy to spot this café chain across Thailand as they are located in many places, including shopping malls, universities, hospitals, gas stations, and airports.

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PHOTO: Black Canyon Coffee and Eatery

Upon stepping foot into one of its branches, you’ll be greeted with the aroma of coffee that wafts around the whole place. They offer high-quality speciality coffee drinks, with finely selected coffee beans from the Agricultural Projects under Royal Patronage combined with coffee-producing sources around the world. Then, they brew their roasted coffee beans espresso machines imported directly from Italy. Their coffee is anything but flat — smooth, mellow, peppery, and bitter are the taste you can expect.

Black Canyon is also known for its extensive food menu, including local and oriental favourites and Western dishes. We recommend you try their Tom Yum Kung if you want some Thai specialities.

4. Cafe Amazon

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PHOTO: Cafe Amazon

Best Features: Decorated with a green tone, Cafe Amazon incorporates the elements of nature into its theme. With their gardens and fountains, you will experience a cosy and relaxing atmosphere here.

Pricing: Definitely on the cheaper side, you can get a cup of coffee for around 35 baht.

Address: You can find them in numerous malls and, of course, every gas station in Thailand. You can find the example locations by using following google maps.

You have probably seen Cafe Amazon in almost every gas station in Thailand and wondered why. Well, the answer is that it is owned by the Thai state-owned gas station PTT. This café chain has become a meeting area for workers and a recreation place for travellers throughout the years.

If you like lighter coffee in terms of aroma and bitterness, then you’d like Cafe Amazon’s coffee. Their frappe is also known to be extremely refreshing. Besides coffee and other beverages, they don’t serve an extensive selection of food. However, their cakes are delicious!

5. True Coffee

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PHOTO: True Coffee

Best Features: Their high-speed WiFi is one of their best features, so if you’re looking for a place to work outside, you should consider True Coffee!

Pricing: The coffee starts from 75 baht, while the food starts from 140 baht. The bakery ranges from 60 baht – 160 baht.

Address: You can find True Coffee all across Thailand, including Bangkok, Buri Ram, and Chiang Mai.

True Corporation might be better known for its mobile phone operations, but today, it also operates an in-store café chain that is growing in popularity. Boasting high-speed WiFi, it’s slowly becoming a popular place for those who want to work or simply surf the internet outside of their home or office. It’s also a great place to hang out with friends, as you can choose to relax on their soft sofas. Moreover, True Coffee also has the first Robotic Barista in Thailand, called Nong Pui Fai. Watching the robot make your coffee is such an amazing experience!

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PHOTO: True Coffee

The main draw is, of course, their coffee, which is sourced on the rolling hills up in the North. However, they also offer a good selection of food and baked goods. From muffins and puff pastries to cakes and muffins, everything goes well with their amazing coffee.

If you are up for great food, tasty coffee, and a great atmosphere, these café chains are totally worth trying. So what are you waiting for? Don’t forget to stop by and maybe leave some reviews!

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Cita Catellya

Cita Catellya is a journalist and writer who covers a range of topics from medical and property to leisure and tourism. Her career began as a copywriter 5 years ago, where she worked with several brands in Indonesia to help them increase their online presence. Cita writes in both English and her native Bahasa Indonesia

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