[Bangkok] With Italian and ancient Greek statues such as David and Venus standing tall within, evoking the ambiance of ancient temples, you won’t have quite imagined this is a café in Bangkok.

Davin Cafe is a newly opened classic loft-style cafe located at 108 Khlong Lam Chiak Road.

To find the café, it is adjacent to the Kaset Nawamin – Ramintra expressway, across from the Plantation Cafe x Roastery.

With its remarkable design and size, it effortlessly catches the eye of cafe enthusiasts.

The exterior of the building with those columns replicates the grandeur of ancient Roman architecture.

Before entering the cafe, the grand and imposing columns at the entrance immediately capture attention, reminiscent of the renowned Parthenon in Greece.

Curiosity led me to venture further inside.

Passing through the gate revealed the heart of this place, momentarily leaving me in awe and confusion. “Am I still in Thailand?”

The interior of the café created in a unique Steampunk style, boasts a neutral to dark-toned decor, featuring concrete, glass windows, and lights.

The founders’ dedication shines through in this impressive and magnificent work.

The grand hall welcomes every visitor with its two floors, lavish seating areas, and extraordinary decorations.

The furniture predominantly comprises wood, metal, and marble elements.

During the day, Davin Cafe serves as a specialty coffee bar, transforming into a cocktail bar after sunset.

Divided into two zones, the left side functions as a cafe, while the right side houses a pub and restaurant.

The food and drink menus offer a wide variety of options. Coffee enthusiasts will appreciate the unique brews, including Siphon and Drip methods.

However, for those who prefer tea, there are various tea selections available, along with a delightful assortment of pastries.

Food menu include Truffle Potato Wedges (190 THB), Truffle Mushroom Soup (280 THB), Cheesy Mushroom Soup (240 THB), Bangers and Mash (390 THB), Smoked Duck Breast Salad (300 THB), Fried Chicken Wings (150 THB), Salmon Salad (350 THB), Fried Rice Shrimp (220 THB), and AOP Pasta (240 THB).

After exploring the premises, curiosity led me to order the following drinks and dessert – Iced Matcha Latte (160 THB), Iced Cappuccino (140 THB), and Banoffee (180 THB).

The Iced Matcha Latte (160 THB) was a harmonious blend of mellow and sweet flavours. The aromatic Matcha complemented the creaminess, making it an good accompaniment to the Banoffee.

The Iced Cappuccino (140 THB) first enticed me with its enticing aroma. Made from quality coffee beans, it was skilfully combined with fresh creamy milk.

The Banoffee (180 THB) was adorned with a fluffy cream layer topped with chocolate powder, and boasted a light and soft texture without being overly sweet.

The natural sweetness of the banana layer beneath was an absolute delight.

Davin Cafe is one of the most photogenic cafes in Bangkok, providing a delightful setting to savour drinks while admiring the surroundings. The quality of drinks, food, and service were commendable.

If you seek an extraordinary cafe experience, Davin Cafe will undoubtedly satisfy your desires as a cafe-goer.

Davin Cafe
108 Khlong Lam Chiak Rd, Khwaeng Nawamin, Khet Bueng Kum, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 12am (Mon – Sun)

Google Maps – Davin Café

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* Written by DFD’s Bangkok Café correspondent Plernz @plernz.photography who is a photographer, dreamer and hopeless romantic. Daniel’s Food Diary paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


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