Being one of the hip cafe in Bangkok, Casa Lapin opened their fourth branch at Sukhumvit Soi 26, a 5 minutes walk away from Phrom Phong BTS station, with a hostel, co-working space as well as a flower shop. Extending it’s classic industrial loft style of high ceilings, wooden floors, red brick walls and huge windows which allow ample sunlight to shine through, which makes it a perfect place for taking photos too.
The cafe is really spacious, with a good variety of seating arrangement, such as a big table nearer to the entrance, small table and chairs, sofas as well as seats around the center bar.
At the back of the restaurant, you can find a co-working space and Casa Lapin also serve as an hostel which offer both dorms and private rooms in the same industrial style as the cafe too.
As it wasn’t far away from our favourite massage place in Bangkok, we decided to pay Casa Lapin X26 a visit for a late brunch right after our massage. We ordered a ONEDAY Cheese Burger (B300), and a Fried Rice with Crab Skiff (B300) as our mains.
You can choose between Beef or Pork as your burger patty, with onion rings and french fries served. Pay an additional 50 baht if you are going for the Beef patty.
For coffee, I ordered my usual Caffe Latte (B90), served in a cup to share. You can also top up an additional 10 baht for 10 oz of coffee served in a glass. They have a total of 13 types of coffee for you to choose from, such as Caffe Con Panna, Piccolo Latte, Espresso on the Rock just to name a few.
There are a few Casa Lapin in Bangkok and they are located in other parts of the city with similar look and feel. If you are looking for a place to spend your afternoon and away from the busy street and city, or if you are looking for a place to complete the pretty Kinfolk-indebted picture, Casa Lapin X26 is the place to visit.
Casa Lapin x26
Sukhumvit Soi 26,
BTS Phrom Phong
Daily from 7:30am-10pm