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Tuesday, March 27, 2012



Rustic roast in the city

Living in Bangkok we (at least us foodies) need a big stomach and a good appetite; every month there are new restaurants opening in almost every soi (lane) in Bangkok's downtown, leaving us to try to follow all of them and keeping the restaurant business in extensive competition. One of them is not afraid of severe competition, and worth it for foodies to keep returning to, is Kuppa.

Established in 1996, Kuppa is Bangkok's first restaurant serving house-roasted coffee as well as Thai and Western cuisine with a Pacific Rim twist. Since then, Kuppa has been on the radar of major local and foreign media, and I agree that this is a one-of-a-kind eatery that shouldn't be pocketed exclusively for expats and high-so(ciety) foodies only.

Though the food there is decently good, what makes Kuppa really shine are their cakes, a must-try for every visit even though I am not a dessert lover. And if you are a coffee lover, don't leave Kuppa without a sip of their house roasted blend.

Kuppa ****
39 Sukhumvit Soi 16
Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Tel.: 02.259.1954

Open daily : 10 am - 10:30 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 1,500


in the sea said...

39 Suk 16 - near Somerset?
There are indeed so many restaurants, apart from so many new hotels.

Thailand Club said...

indeed share the same fence wall with Somerset .. hehe

Stella said...

Another new and good one out of hundreds.....

If shared the fence wall with Somerset then location is kind of "remote".

Fillet-O Fish said...

We have been to Kuppa right? A very unique restaurant and dessert house.

Stella said...

So TC has brought fish burger here.
What a lucky fish.

Thailand Club said...

@FishBurger: good memory, it was almost fifteen years ago!