Omotesando Koffee originated from Tokyo and since it started in 2011, it has been the talk of town featuring a 3×3-meter cubic coffee bar with a single barista, serving customer individually. They were forced to close in end 2015 as the building is due for demolishment.

Eiichi Kunimoto, the owner relocated to Hong Kong and shortly after that opened an outlet in Hong Kong. It then expanded to Singapore and of course now, with the inclusion of Thailand. Omotesando Koffee Thailand first branch will be at Siam Paragon, 3/F, North zone.

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Unlike the other branches in Hong Kong and Singapore, the Siam Paragon’s branch features an opening seating concept, with ample seats available for customers.

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Omotesando Koffee is famous for serving its original in-house blends which are made up of beans sourced from various countries.

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There were several signature drinks such as Iced Cappuccino, Iced Mocchaccino,  Iced Matcha Cappuccino.

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We went for the bestseller – Iced Cappuccino [155THB]. The layer of bubble foam is topped with Cocoa Powder, giving it that signature look.

While you are having the photos taken, be prepared to see changes in the bubble foam.

[Bangkok] Omotesando Koffee Thailand

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