Indonesia’s vibrant specialty coffee chain comes to Bangkok.
Within a sea of New York- and Japanese-style coffee shops, Bangkok has just welcomed a new coffee chain from one of our neighbors—say hello to Flash Coffee, Indonesia’s hip specialty coffee shop much-loved for its super affordable price.
Coffee enthusiasts can expect to sip on a range of signature coffee drinks created by two World Latte Art Champions: Thailand’s Arnon Thitiprasert—founder and head barista of Chiang Mai’s Ristr8o—and Indonesia’s Robby Firlian. Their drinks feature locally produced Arabica beans and are sold at prices as low as B40 a cup (for espresso and americano). Highlights from the coffee menu include the avo and Nutella lattes (B70-75), while non-coffee drinkers can try their shake selections, such as the lotus biscuit shake (B75) and Nutella coconut shake (B75).
Food-wise, the cafe offers mostly light bites, from plain butter croissants (B40) and strawberry twists (B50) to chocolate eclairs (B50).
The menu is also available to order via Foodpanda, Lineman, Grab and Get.
Flash Coffee’s further plans for expansion in Bangkok are already underway, with second and third branches soon to open at Samyan Mitrtown and Asoke’s Times Square building.