PAGA Microroastery in Thonglor 


The sleek and minimalist architecture found at most Apple Stores makes these tech hubs instantly recognisable to all.

Even if we’re not necessarily looking to get a new device, these stores’ compositions are inviting enough that we can’t help but go in and browse. Well, PAGA Microroastery‘s sleek monochromatic schemes and layout remind us of an Apple Store – only better, because they offer artisanal beverages and eats.

Read on to find out more about this one-of-a-kind cafe find.

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PAGA Microroastery in Thonglor looks like an Apple Store 


The first time we saw PAGA Microastery in one of Bangkok’s central districts, Thonglor, we weren’t sure if they sold lattes or laptops.

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From the outside, we would’ve mistaken this cafe for one of the Silicon Valley giant’s branches due to its all-white colour scheme and spaceship-like design.

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Simple yet photogenic, the cafe’s all-white scheme with marble accents makes it a perfect backdrop for just about any #OOTD.

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The sleek design made up of a monochromatic palette extends around the perimetre of the cafe as well as into its interior.

Stepping inside the off-white cafe with gold accents, guests are immediately transported into a futuristic eatery where the smell of freshly roasted coffee beans is ever-present.


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If you’re a photography enthusiast, the cafe’s blocky corners allow you to play around with new angles and styles that you haven’t tried before.


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Take this cool shot from the second floor, for example.


What you should try at PAGA Microroastery 


We’ve established how good the cafe looks, so here’s some info as to how delectable their offerings are.

Named after the cafe, the PAGA coffee is a latte made with two espresso shots using the cafe’s own roast and costs ฿150 ( ~USD5) – an efficient and artisanal drink.


Image credit: Huang Shu Zhen via Wongnai

For those who prefer bubbly coffee without any dairy, there’s the Espresso Tonic, an iced espresso infused with tonic, that goes for ฿120 (~USD4).


Image credit: Bandit Phinyovadtanachip via Wongnai


Bookmark PAGA Microroastery for your next trip


This Apple store look-alike will definitely be at the top of our list of cafes to head to once dine-in resumes.

Actually, we may just head over sooner. While the PAGA Microroastery isn’t allowed to open for dine-in services, takeaway is still on the menu – meaning, you can still head over for photos and of course, coffee.

PAGA Microroastery
Opening Hours: 8AM – 5PM, Daily
Address: 45, 1 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Telephone: +66 8 0 009 6292

PAGA Microroastery website | Google Maps


Cover images adapted from (Clockwise from Top Left): @pockynchp, @tastespace.co, @pradt,

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