Casa Lapin is a popular place to get your daily dose of caffeine in Bangkok and Pattaya, as well as a great place to grab breakfast or lunch. In this article, I will tell you all about Casa Lapin, its different types of branches, its drinks and most recommended food.

Nowadays, Casa Lapin has fourteen branches of which one branch is in Pattaya and all the other branches in Bangkok. It’s good to know that these branches are not all these same, as some of the branches only serve coffee and a variety of cakes, while others have a larger menu that’s perfect for both breakfast as lunch. The following branches do serve food: Central World, Ari, Ekkemai and Ratchatewi. For this article, I visited the branch at Central World, as well as the branch at Sukhumvit Soi 26, a branch that does not serve food.

Casa Lapin branches are nicely decorated with an industrial look and spacious areas where visitors can enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee while doing some work or catch up with colleagues or friends. Especially at branches with where they basically don’t serve food, you will immediately notice the hard-working guests sitting behind their laptops and finishing work before one of their deadlines. At branches where they do serve food, for example at Central World, the atmosphere is a little bit lively and more casual, but that does not mean you should think Casa Lapin is like a co-working space. The difference is that branches that do serve food are more group-orientated, where the branches that do not serve food are more focussed on individuals. 


Casa Lapin Central World

The interior at Casa Lapin Central World


Casa Lapin Sukhumvit 24

The interior of Casa Lapin at Sukhumvit Soi 24


The menu of Casa Lapin

There are two menus available at Casa Lapin, one for the branches that do serve food, one for the branches that don’t. What both menus have in common is that there is a large variety of coffee and tea available, as well as four different sandwiches and two breakfast bowls. All in the price range between 180 and 230 THB. The menu of the branches where they do serve food consists of a variety of international cuisines from mushroom soup to teriyaki chicken with rice and pasta carbonara to a Western breakfast plate. Most main courses cost you between 180 and 280 THB. But make sure that you leave a little bit of room for dessert, as these are amazing at Casa Lapin.

Casa Lapin Food

A quick impression of the food they serve at Casa Lapin

The variety and quality of drinks at Casa Lapin are impressive, from freshly made vegetable juices to Brazilian coffee. At the branches where they do serve food, there are also wine and craft beer options available. Most signature drinks will cost you between 150 and 200 THB, a normal cup of coffee costs you around 100 THB.

Casa Lapin Coffee

Caffe Latte (120 THB)


Casa Lapin Ice Tea

Casa Lapin Lemon Iced Tea (140 THB)


Casa Lapin Craft Beer

An impression of the craft beer they serve at Casa Lapin, varying between 250 - 300 THB.


The most recommended food at Casa Lapin


The Breakfast (280 THB)

One of the bestselling breakfast options at Casa Lapin is The Breakfast (280 THB). The breakfast consists of crispy fried bacon, a beautifully fried egg, grilled veggies, mushrooms, potatoes, spicy sausage and a slice of grilled bread. What I liked about this breakfast plate was that every component was highly, yet differently flavoured. The size of the breakfast plate was just large enough to make it a filling and satisfying breakfast. All I can say is: highly recommended!

Casa Lapin Breakfast

The Breakfast (280 THB)


Pesto Cream Salmon Pasta (410 THB)

Spaghetti covered in a pesto cream sauce served with fried salmon and roasted cherry tomatoes. The two things that I liked a lot about this main course are the beautifully fried salmon, which was still pink and moist in the core, as well as the nicely roasted tomatoes. The salmon steak is really large and the skin is nicely crisp. Definitely recommended!

Casa Lapin Salmon Pesto

Pesto Cream Salmon Pasta (410 THB)


Spicy Pork Miso (180 THB)

So simple, yet delicious. That’s how I can describe the Spicy Pork Miso (180 THB) the best. The pork itself is nicely tender and covered in a spicy dressing topped with a few sesame seeds and chopped spring onion. The pork and rice are served with Japanese miso soup.

Casa Lapin Spicy Pork Miso

Spicy Pork Miso (180 THB)


Smoked Salmon Salad (260 THB)

Although the salad might look very basic on the picture, underneath the lettuce and the rolls of salty smoked salmon, you will find several types of roasted vegetables, such as carrot and eggplant. The salad is served with generous portions of smoked salmon, which were of excellent quality. If you are looking for a light and healthy lunch option, I would recommend you trying this smoked salmon salad.

Casa Lapin Smoked Salmon Salad

Smoked Salmon Salad (260 THB)


Acai Fruit Bowl (220 THB)

This Acai Fruit Bowl (220 THB) is one of the dishes that are available at every branch. This healthy breakfast option is made of the acai berry. With this berry, they made an ice-cold smoothie and mixed it with granola. The bowl is topped with a variety of fruits. Like the smoked salmon salad, this fruit bowl is among the healthy options at Casa Lapin.

Casa Lapin Acai Bowl

Acai Fruit Bowl (220 THB)


Torrija Toast (260 THB)

Remember me mentioning to leave some room for dessert? This is the dessert you want to have! The torrija toast, which is a Spanish version of the French toast, is completely caramelized and crispy on the outside while beautifully fluffy on the inside and served with a vanilla sauce, vanilla ice cream and planed almonds. Seriously, the toast is so delicious that it’s by far my favourite food option I tried at Casa Lapin. A must-order!

Casa Lapin Dessert

Torrija Toast (260 THB)


Extra information about Casa Lapin

All the branches of Casa Lapin that serve the complete menu are listed in TopTravelFoods. You can find the opening times, complete menu, address and ratings of each branch on the TopTravelFoods review page of Casa Lapin.

- Casa Lapin Central World 10:00 - 22:00 Daily
- Casa Lapin Ari 08:30 - 22:00 Daily
- Casa Lapin Ekkamai 10:30 - 22:00 Daily
- Casa Lapin Ratchatewi 
07:00 - 22:00 Daily
- Casa Lapin Att U Park 08:00 - 22:00 Daily
- Casa Lapin XL Pattaya 08:00 - 22:00 Daily

Keep in mind that all prices Casa Lapin are subject to 10% service charge and VAT. 


Overall verdict of Casa Lapin

Casa Lapin is a cool franchise that serves amazing drinks, especially the coffee is so good, and good tasting international foods. The branches that serve food are a nice place for breakfast and lunch with friends, where the branches that only serve drinks are excellent to get your daily dose of caffeine and either work or meet up with colleagues. 

There you have it, my review about Casa Lapin. You can find the branches of Casa Lapin, and many other restaurants in Bangkok and other parts of Thailand, in our food app called TopTravelFoods. Instead of recommending good restaurants, we recommend the best food these restaurants have to offer. If you are looking for the absolute best dishes near you, TopTravelFoods is the app you must have. It's completely free and available for both iOS and Android.

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