Bangkok Foodie: Alto Coffee, Megabangna (update)
Alto Coffee is a cute little café in Megabangna which also sells specialty coffee beans and some coffee machines. Praised for its roasted blends, is Alto better than the competition?
A little introduction by Alto Coffee
Our family has been roasting coffee since 1960’s. Today, we continue that pride and heritage with same commitment to quality and service to all our customers. We focus on roasting only premium grade and specialty coffee beans.
Our Product Portfolio
– Alto specialty coffee beans.
– Authorized distributor of Melitta Household Products (coffee machines) from Germany.
– Authorized distributor of Baratza coffee grinders from USA.
How does it look like?
The place is as most of the cafes in Bangkok. It is simple. Wooden. And has few comfy chairs to relax and chill after a shopping spree. There is a little shop corner with beautiful and (expensive) coffee makers (as listed above).
How do they treat you?
The staff is polite, speaks good English and is efficient.
The modern café doppio is quite surprising but nice. The carrot cheesecake is definetly not healthy but so delicious.
Around a 100 for coffee and 65 for patisseries.
I would love to go back to Alto for a cup of joe and some cake. I would probably not be able to afford though their expensive coffee machines and equipments.
How to go there?
MegaBangna 2nd Floor (Main entrance, opposite iStudio)
Open daily 10:00 – 21:30
Espresso Bar only @ Italian-Thai Tower on Petchburi Road
Monday to Friday 07:30 – 16:30
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