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The best coffee cafe in Pattaya


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My local favourite is Back to School Cafe & Roastery in Baan Amphur, just outside Pattaya.

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Another good coffee shop is Uncle Rain Wine Bar and Craft Beer in Bang Saray, also just outside Pattaya.

Really good healthy food there as well.

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47 minutes ago, JimTripper said:

Saw 150 baht for a latte in bkk recently. Went next door and got a 39 baht coffee 🤔

Yep, silly prices at Starbucks although i used to go a lot when a tourist because of the view on beach road, now much better coffee outside of town is 45-55 baht

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37 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Yep, silly prices at Starbucks although i used to go a lot when a tourist because of the view on beach road, now much better coffee outside of town is 45-55 baht

There's a cafe called 'Black Lemon' at Central Festival on the 3rd/4th?? floor facing the beach. Outdoor seating, usually very empty, nice breeze. Latte's are 50 baht or so. There's also Baicha Coffee across from Harbor Mall. Cafe in a flower/plant nursery, almost always empty. Latte's 50 baht. Cakes 70 baht. Italian ice cream 50 baht. Great place for a coffee date.

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1 hour ago, newnative said:

Nitan on Sukhumvit.

Thankyou guys 

But....I'm more interested in why 

Some would pick , because id the low cost 

Others would pick the air conditioning first 

Others wifi etc 

 

What is it that makes that cafe a favourite???

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2 hours ago, Jai Dee said:

My local favourite is Back to School Cafe & Roastery in Baan Amphur, just outside Pattaya.

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Another good coffee shop is Uncle Rain Wine Bar and Craft Beer in Bang Saray, also just outside Pattaya.

Really good healthy food there as well.

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What are the reasons though ?

Great coffee ? Variety ?

Ambiance? Prices?

 

 

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39 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Yep, silly prices at Starbucks although i used to go a lot when a tourist because of the view on beach road, now much better coffee outside of town is 45-55 baht

SB does give you a proper size cup of coffee, about 3X the size of most vendors, thus priced accordingly.  

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2 minutes ago, KhunLA said:

SB does give you a proper size cup of coffee, about 3X the size of most vendors, thus priced accordingly.  

The one at Tuk Com , forget the name , actually there's 2 next to each other , not SB but similar.

 

 

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27 minutes ago, JimTripper said:

There's a cafe called 'Black Lemon' at Central Festival on the 3rd/4th?? floor facing the beach. Outdoor seating, usually very empty, nice breeze. Latte's are 50 baht or so. There's also Baicha Coffee across from Harbor Mall. Cafe in a flower/plant nursery, almost always empty. Latte's 50 baht. Cakes 70 baht. Italian ice cream 50 baht. Great place for a coffee date.

Wow !

This place is on my list !

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56 minutes ago, KhunLA said:

SB does give you a proper size cup of coffee, about 3X the size of most vendors, thus priced accordingly.  

More water, I recall only 1 shot, def not 3 anyway, i much prefer a standard size coffee which most shops do

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1 hour ago, georgegeorgia said:

Thankyou guys 

But....I'm more interested in why 

Some would pick

Suppose we start with “they are still open and selling coffee.”

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41 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

More water, I recall only 1 shot, def not 3 anyway, i much prefer a standard size coffee which most shops do

Pretty much everything here is sub standard size, but, I am a Yank, so nuff said.

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2 hours ago, georgegeorgia said:

Thankyou guys 

But....I'm more interested in why 

Some would pick , because id the low cost 

Others would pick the air conditioning first 

Others wifi etc 

 

What is it that makes that cafe a favourite???

     I chose Nitan because it is different from any other coffee shop I have been to in Pattaya.  I should add that my spouse and I don't go to coffee shops that often.  We will sometimes grab coffee on the run at 7-11, Amazon, or small counter coffee places at the mall, etc., but we don't normally seek out a coffee shop to hang out at. 

    What makes Nitan different is, first, it's huge.  The free-standing building is quite large and the coffee shop covers two floors, with a large open air double height space in the center.  There's a space for live musical entertainment.  It looked like a lot of thought went into the design.  A variety of beverages and food available, including bakery and dessert items.   Nitan would, in my opinion, rank as a destination spot--a place offering something so different from the ordinary that you specifically choose to go there.  A not-very-good photo showing just part of the large, interesting interior but it might give you some idea of why I chose it.

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Look I'm going out on a limb here and saying the JOMTIEN area doesn't have any good cafes

 

I'm using TINNYS pie shop as a cafe mostly beautiful cakes ,air conditioning,clean etc 

 

I have no idea about FAT BUNNYS cafe opposite but looks great too 

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