The brainchild of Nana Coffee Roasters, Haru, which means “spring season” in Japanese, draws inspiration from the Land of the Rising Sun, from the flavors that infuse the drinks, desserts, and pastries to the light wood and smooth shapes that define the interior space.
While the interiors may be minimal, the coffee and coffee-based drinks are anything but. The cafe uses both a speed bar and a slow bar to brew the classics as well as specialty drinks. Try the house blend in a piccolo latte or americano (both B95), or try on-trend concoctions like the Haru.Haru (B180), a mix of fruit tea and espresso, and the Kuro (B150), a mix of yuzu juice and espresso.
There’s a sizable list of teas, including premium matcha (B120), and dessert drinks like the signature Four Seasons, panna cotta topped with four different drinks representing the changing seasons in Japan—genmaicha, espresso, fruit jam, and mocha (B120 each).
Haru offers several other treats, including pastries like green tea choux cream (B115), honey yuzu cake (B140), and Basque burnt cheesecake (B130).
Keep an eye out for two new branches opening soon in Sathorn (September) and Sukhumvit 22 (October).
Available to order via Line and Robinhood.
All images courtesy of Haru.