How Coffee The Best Antique Cafe in Nakhon Si Thammarat

How Coffee The Best Antique Cafe in Nakhon Si Thammarat

How Coffee The Best Antique Cafe in Nakhon Si Thammarat

One of the best things to enjoy is a hot cup of robust coffee in the afternoon. Nothing beat going local and finding that little gem off the beaten track. We headed to How Coffee in the city of Nakhon Si Thammarat.

For a totally unique experience, this cosy antique café takes top spot! How Coffee has French café lace curtains and real antique furniture to sit on. It’s both quirky and charming.

As you enter, you will be amazed to step into another world of prized authentic antiques. There is an eclectic mix of authentic vintage and antiques.

The collection belongs to local antique collector Sutham Chayankiart (Khun Ko-Ad). He decided to share his love of antiques to customers who drop in for a coffee.

The mismatched wooden tables and chairs and vintage objects looks like a movie set!

Sewing Machines

Khun Ko-Ad recycled a few sewing machine stands with glass tops into pretty tables.

Are those Riffles on the wall?

We spotted two antique rifles over the coffee dispenser area.

Antique Clocks

There are some forty different models of antiques clocks in the collection displayed in the café. Our tea time treat was perfectly timed. We had our drinks and snacks served and waited in anticipation. At 4pm all the antique clocks chimed noisily. That is a cause for celebration! It’s quite an experience.

High quality coffee and tea

We loved the excellent local roasted coffee and tea. Both drinks taste wonderful.


The matcha caramel cupcakes are delicious.


The service is good. As this is a local place, the staff may not be able to converse in English.

A little hideaway

How Coffee is the perfect spot to get some work done or read a book in peace. I would recommend this for a coffee dates with friends.

A view of the lovely café. Photo: Doris Lim
Having a good time. Photo: Doris Lim
The “legs” of antique sewing machines are converted to tables. Photo: Doris Lim


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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