[Bangkok] I recently discovered the charm of Day by Kay’s at Sathorn Soi 6, a new addition to Bangkok’s coffee scene.

It is not just another cafe; it’s a part of the renowned Kay’s brand that has coffee lovers buzzing.

The café is found tucked beneath the Romm Convent condo, with its own spot in the Sales Gallery Zone.

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The cafe’s glass front corner location is a showstopper, letting sunlight stream in while offering scenic views.

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Walking in, I was swept away by the cafe’s design. Warm wood tones mix with modern black and white furniture, creating both comfort and style.

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But what really steals the show is a large, decorated tree in the middle of the space. It added a fresh, serene vibe, making it easy to lose track of time.

The cafe may seem small, but it is spacious.

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There is a spot for everyone, whether you want to dive into a book or chat with friends. The seating is comfortable, and there’s no rush, just a relaxed vibe.

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Day by Kay’s lives up to the “Your Everyday Cafe” idea.

Their coffee selection is impressive, but their homemade pastries are what I fell in love with. Their toast, croissants, and sandwiches are worth coming back for, especially when paired with their coffee.

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I started my day with a Mango Apple Cold Brew (THB 140). At first sip, the blend of mango and apple danced with the coffee.

Mixing them, the coffee’s bitterness softens, enhancing the fruity sweetness.

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The Matcha Latte (THB 160) with oat milk was a game-changer – smooth, rich, and could just whisk you straight to Japan.

The matcha and oat milk combined into a creamy delight that should have matcha fans hooked.

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The Banana Bread with Espresso Mascarpone (THB 110) is a must-try. The bread itself was a blend of crunchy and soft, with a hint of banana sweetness.

Add in the espresso mascarpone, and it would be a satisfying coffee-infused treat.

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The Toast (THB 160) was considered simple pleasure. It was soft, buttery, and topped with a pinch of salt, balancing sweet and savoury in every bite.

If you are at Silom, Bangkok, carve out some time for Day by Kay’s. Enjoy the ambiance, lose yourself in a coffee, and indulge in their pastries.

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DAY by Kay’s
66/1, 6 Si Lom, Sathon, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Opening Hours: 8am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

Google Maps – DAY by Kay’s

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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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