Sleek new Art Deco Cafe draws crowds in Rama III

Photo: Rungkit Charoenwat
Photo: Rungkit Charoenwat

With its new branch on Rama III Road, Double Slash cafe is inspired by the striking Streamline Moderne – Art Deco style of the 1930s with a glass-fronted, all-white outpost pulling in cafe-hoppers by the dozens.

Following its first location off Arun Amarin Road near the Rama VIII Bridge, this new branch offers the same quality artisanal coffee fans know and love, plus cold brew and more unique options. Oh, and that sleek design drawing queues each day.

Try the black cold brew (THB100), or go for a fancier drink, like the salted caramel with pink sea salt (THB130) or Prachuap Dee (THB120), coffee made with single-origin Prachuap Khiri Khan cacao. You can pair it all with pastries, like ham and cheese croissants (THB125) and caneles (THB85).

The architecture is designed by Bangkok-based firm Spacy Architecture, who were also behind the design of places such as Peace Oriental Teahouse, Honeyful and Khao Ekkamai.

Photo: Rungkit Charoenwat
Photo: Rungkit Charoenwat
Photo: Rungkit Charoenwat

Double Slash Rama III
Rama III Road
7:30am-5pm daily, except Wednesday

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