How Coffee | Nakhon Si Thammarat

How Coffee | Nakhon Si Thammarat

If you mention How Coffee, most residents will point you to a little single story café in the city of Nakhon Si Thammarat.

A view of the lovely café. Photo: Doris Lim

So charming.  The French café lace curtains, brass pots and old wooden furniture and antiques all feel so homey.

Walk in and be transported in years gone by as the entire café is filled to the rafters with authentic antiques.

Khun Sutham Chayankiart or Ko-Ad as he is affectionately known. Photo: Doris Lim

These are the collection of local antique collector Sutham Chayankiart or Ko-Ad as he is known in Nakhon Si Thammarat.

Having a good time. Photo: Doris Lim

There are some forty different models of antiques clocks in the collection displayed in the café which maybe a little noisy as all are in good working condition and will chime every hour on the hour.

The “legs” of antique sewing machines are converted to tables. Photo: Doris Lim

Wonderfully made. These recycled sewing machines make a great table.  Aren’t these gorgeous?


The most arresting display to assure you that the coffee’s a blast! Photo: Doris Lim
Here we go. Coffee Thai style that’s absolutely delicious with a little cake to share. Photo: Doris Lim
But for some of us, it has to be buttered toast and jam for tea time. Photo: Doris Lim
Another view of the chill out café that we all approve. Photo: Doris Lim
A view of the beautiful people chillaxing. Photo: Doris Lim


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