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CASA LAPIN’s First Flagship Store Opens at OURS Community Mall

Casa Lapin, the prestigious Thai specialty café brand, has recently opened its first flagship store conveniently located at OURS hangout space on Thonburi’s Charoen Nakhon Road. In addition to the premium coffee and scrumptious pastries on offer at its other cafés, this new branch also has an all-day menu of comfort foods that are exclusively available here.

Situated within a redeveloped former school, the two-storey venue offers multiple seating options, ideal for groups of friends socializing, teams working on projects, and individuals wishing to relax on their own, who will all appreciate the warm and welcoming ambience.

As well as excellent food options, and signature drinks that elevate the coffee experience to an art form, this latest Casa Lapin location just a short distance from ICONSIAM hosts a lineup of talented musicians on a regular basis, giving patrons a great chance to unwind.

Indulge in Mouthwatering Food and Exceptional Coffee

Visitors to Casa Lapin at OURS can look forward to savouring some epic delights that one would struggle to find at other similar establishments. Every dish is meticulously prepared with high-quality ingredients, ensuring that each bite delivers a burst of tantalizing flavour.

At this new flagship store, hungry diners are able to sample food and beverage items that taste as good as they look. A must-try dish is the Corn Salad as seen in the picture above, which combines sweetcorn, avocado, feta, zucchini, chickpeas, red onion, and tomato for a nice mix of sweet and savoury, with two slices of sourdough bread, all for just THB 240.

The Burrata Salad, shown in the first of the two pictures below, is a fantastic dish featuring creamy burrata cheese, cherry tomatoes, wild rocket and homemade balsamic caviar. It is further enhanced by a drizzle of homemade balsamic dressing, and is priced at THB 450.

Cheese lovers are bound to enjoy Casa Lapin flagship store’s Focaccia Pizza for THB 450, boasting a thin crust ideally filled with mascarpone, provolone, mozzarella, and parmesan. The Pastrami Pizza, as seen in the second of the two photos above, costs THB 760 and is a top pick if the combo of pastrami, jalapeno, mozzarella, and BBQ sauce appeals to you.

Having started its business just over ten years ago, the venture has gained a vast number of fans thanks to its gourmet, expertly-roasted coffee and range of enticing baked goods. The brand now has 27 locations in Thailand, and plans to unveil many more in the future.

Casa Lapin is noted by both locals and expats for its delectable specialty coffee, featuring a variety of house blends crafted from locally sourced and imported coffee beans, grown in some of the world’s top regions for production, such as Ethiopia, Brazil, and Colombia.

Discover the Tasty Range of Exclusive Signature Drinks

Aside from the specialty coffee, there’s a super line-up of other drinks that you may like to try, including mocktails and juices. An example is the Sunset In BKK seen on the right side in the shot above, made with cold brew coffee, yuzu, lychee, and yuzu foam for THB 200.

If coffee is not to your liking, consider opting for the invigorating All Day Highball drink for THB 180, seen on the left of the photo above, which is carefully crafted from zero percent whiskey syrup, lemon and soda. Customers also have a wide selection of Thai craft beers to pair with their sumptuous meals, each featuring distinctive and authentic taste profiles.

The charming venue’s freshly-baked bagels are also on point, impressively presented in a glass display for patrons to peruse. There is a multitude of flavours available to check out, including almond, blueberry, cranberry, jalapeno cheese, truffle cream cheese, and more.

The café and eatery also features Crunchhh, a dessert shop specializing in smoothies and soft serve (similar to ice cream, but softer and less dense due to more air being added, as it goes through the freezing process). The Bacon Maple Milkshake, seen in the first photo above, consists of creamy milk, sweet maple syrup and a smoky bacon twist, for THB 160.

Furthermore, customers have a selection of seasonally rotated Single Origin coffee beans to purchase, allowing them to savour the flavors at home, or gift their loved ones. There is also an array of merchandise available, such as cups, cupping spoons, t-shirts, and bags.

You can find Casa Lapin flagship store on Charoen Nakhon Road in the pet-friendly OURS hangout space. It is open Sunday to Thursday from 9am until 8pm and Friday to Saturday from 9am to 10pm – please see their Facebook page or call 061-029-8951 for more info.