We launched our second overseas shop in Bangkok, Thailand in 2019. Run by the amazing local team Kurasu Bangkok, the coffee shop situated in Bambini Villa attracts customers with its stylish appearance and quality service.
You will find a line-up of specialty coffee and tea from Kyoto, along with brewing equipment for you to pick up and take home. Don't forget to check out their espresso drinks that are served using Kurasu Bangkok's original "Bangkok Blend" roasted locally.
Another feature to point out is their iconic toast menu. They have worked in collaboration with a local bakery to bring Japanese-style soft and sweet toast to Bangkok. Their number one favorite "Anko Toast," toast served with red bean paste and butter, is a must-try.
Kurasu Thonglor officially opened on February 21st, 2022 as the newest branch of Kurasu.
A grab-and-go coffee stand that retains meticulous attention to the quality and details of every drink, Kurasu Bangkok is taking its service to another level. Located on the main road, customers are now more accessible to our delicious drinks and warm service. Plus, they offer Bangkok blend in dark roast to cater to a wider range of customers.
Go check them out - everything from their stylish appearance to quality drinks is amazing!
"What does coffee mean to you?"
"This question is always difficult to answer even though I’ve answered it many times. I just did an online content interview with a similar question two weeks ago and I think this is what coffee means to me.
He asked me what makes me stick with coffee for almost 10 years. And I told him that because I find something new in coffee every day, as we know coffee changes every day. On day one after roasting, we might not find any good flavor in it, but after a week it can taste amazing and that is extremely exciting for me.
It is like our lives that change every day. New stories are coming in each day for us to learn and live on. It sounds super philosophical haha. I hope this long post will help you find the answer to the question."
-Aum (Kurasu Bangkok)