You won’t find any espresso shots here. Instead, hand-brewed cups are served, and even the grinder is still of the manual sort. This shop is a must for pour over coffee lovers who would love to see how coffee is made without any automatic machines. The team behind Gallery Coffee has started a long-term plan that involves working with special coffee beans from the coffee trees they’ve grown, reaping and processing the cherries, and roasting and brewing the beans themselves. The project is named Long, a play on the English word, and a reference to its Thai meaning, which means “to try.” The cafe is located on the first floor of the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC). After finishing your cuppa, meander upstairs and check out some great artwork and exhibitions.