Bangkok’s Hands and Heart Coffee Shop is located in the Aselas Apartment Building in Thonglor District, Bangkok, in a quite hidden and quiet alleyway. Many of the residents here are Japanese, so the streets are very clean. Hands and Heart coffee is run by three people who especially like coffee: a photographer, a media people and a writer.
The Hands and Heart coffee shop is very well-lit, with a skylight above the aluminum-iron chair area, and sunlight naturally falls in. Without any lighting, the food on the table can show a natural and attractive color. The wooden seating area in the coffee shop is close to the window, and there are many large pillows. In front of the coffee shop, they have a small smoking area, and there is free WIFI and different power plugs for guests. Hands and Heart coffee actually look much smaller than the photos, and may only accommodate 20 to 25 people.
The specialty of Hands and Heart coffee shop is not the decoration, but the coffee beans they provide. There are well-known roasted coffee beans “Coffee Collective” and “Timweldel Boe”, and there are also delicious coffee beans of Thailand, Africa, Colombia, Brazil and so on. And all coffee is brewed by hand!
In keeping with the style of the store, they put black coffee in white cups and white coffee in black cups. Black coffee comes from different sources around the world, while white coffee only has one. In Hands and Heart coffee shop, whether it is white coffee or black coffee, the taste is sour, the fruit acidity is heavy, so it is suitable for friends who like single coffee.
Address: Siam Square Soi 8, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330
Phone: +66 81 442 7977
Business hours: 10:00-20:00