If I were to choose one word to describe this place…”cute” would be the word. This little gem you’re most likely to miss if you’re travelling at anything over 30km an hour as it’s tucked away behind its little garden and cozy courtyard.
Walking, or riding a bicycle (in this case) is always a better way to tour a city or place, as you’ll always find more hidden gems than you would if you were travelling around on a motorbike, car or taxi. The slower you go, the more you’ll notice, and the more gems you’ll find…that’s my experience anyway.
That’s how I spotted this place…on the bike (bicycle…not motorbike)! Only recently have I gotten back out on my rusty bicycle to make the better of this Covid situation and take my days a little slower (as the entertainment industry is almost dead here now), and it was on one of my rides around town I spotted this place. It was the “cute” and “organic” look to the place that made we want to come and check it out.
It’s not a big cafe, in fact it’s quite small and cozy, but that’s what makes this place likeable…it’s a not a big commercial cafe packed with loads of other people. There’s about 4 small tables and cushioned chairs around the inside as well as a bench along the side window seating around 3-4 people. The outside area is nicely closed off from the main road with a little courtyard type garden and plants that separate and close off the courtyard from the main road. This area has one table with bench type chairs that seat around 4 people (a couple more if they’re small people :-)).
I only popped in here for a quick coffee and get a few things done on the notebook. I hadn’t read any reviews about this place or about their coffee so I didn’t really have any expectations. I really only came here because the place looked cute, cozy and inviting.
Well the coffee was served in a take away cup, which for me is never as good as drinking from a cup or mug, but due to the Covid situation here now, there was no in-door dining (only take-away or sitting outside), so all their coffee is served (at the moment) in a take-away cup. Even out of the take-away cup though, the coffee was still pretty good, in fact I give it a 7.5/10 in this post as it seems they use pretty fresh beans and the whole foaminess/froth and strength of my cappuccino was pretty “spot on!”.
If a cappuccino isn’t youre preferred coffee, well of course there’s all your other options available in terms of coffee as well, such as iced lattes, americano, normal latte etc. There’s even a piccolo latte on the menu.
From the short time I spent here I didn’t see a lot in terms of food options available other than desserts and cakes etc. But you can check out their facebook page and photos using the link below…this will give you a good idea of food etc. available.
The prices here were pretty good, 50 baht for a coffee…you don’t get much cheaper than that for a quality coffee.
What are the prices like?
Quite cheap, all the coffees were around 50 baht for a hot cup, and 55 baht for a cold one.
Where are they located?
Phosri Rd., Mueang District, Udon Thani 41000
Best to use the Google map provided below for its location.
Every day: 8:00am – 6:00pm
check out their facebook page here
What to Expect