Craftsman x Marchwood
Time Out says
A brand-new community space sits behind a curved white articulated facade in the middle of Soi Pridi Banomyong 31. Its first floor is home to a coffee bar-slash-lifestyle-store (merchandise include vinyl record equipment, Thai leather bags) by Craftsman, one of the rising star roasters in the city, while the second floor houses the showcase restaurant of a natural wine importer, Marchwood.
Craftsman’s blends are from Doi Sam Meun in Chiang Mai and have been co-developed with local coffee processors. Fruity and full-bodied, these blends are great for making espressos (B95), lattes (B110) and flat whites (B110).
Non-caffeinated choices are also listed on the menu. Try the cold Valrhona Choc (B150), which mixes milk and dark chocolate. These drinks can be paired with brunch plates from Marchwood, which include Fruits on Toast (B290) and Brioche Toast (B320). Marchwood also offers a three-course meal with wine pairing for dinner (B1,800).