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Starbucks: Seattle Coffee Chain Also Big in Thailand
whoever doesn't know about starbucks? it is a worldwide coffee phenomenon that made seattle the corporate capital of this coffee chain empire that started in the 1980's as a small mom and pop coffee house at Seattle's Pike Place Market. Starbucks in Thailand is part of the wordlwide popularity of the Coffee Chain and at Present, it has more than 141 branches around thailand and is giving the local coffee chain, Black Canyon Coffee, a run for it's money.
most of their stores open at 6:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday
according to their website:
Starbucks Coffee Thailand
Starbucks Coffee Thailand is a wholly owned subsidiary of Starbucks Corporation. Starbucks Coffee Thailand was founded with the idea of bringing the Starbucks Experience to Thai consumers. Since the opening of the first store on July 17, 1998 at Central Chidlom, the company has expanded throughout the country (Pattaya, Chiang Mai, Samui, Phuket, Huahin, Nongkhai, Korat, Krabi, Rayong, and KonKaen). With constant rate of expansion As of July 2011, Starbucks has 141 stores in Thailand.
Favorite Dish: off course my favorite shaken Iced Tea Lmonade (arnold palmers) at 100 baht for a venti size. iced latte venti size at 110 baht per order. another favorite of mine, the iced americano at 100 baht for a venti size.
among their branches at Perchaburi Road in Pratunam, near our hotel are:
2013 Phetburee Road, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310
2884/2 New Petchburi road, Bangkoapi, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10320
Grand Diamond Plaza
Grand Diamond Plaza, No. 888, Petchburi Road, Bangkok 10400
2, Bangkok Hospital, Bangkok Plaz Building Soonvijai 7 Soi New Petchaburi Road Wangtonglang Bangkok 10310
Shibura 19, No. 919 New Petchaburi Road, PhayaThai, Ratchathevi, Bangkok 10400
Tel: 02.169.7640 - 1
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S T A R B U C K S: And For A Coffee ...
It's funny, while Geoffy G. asked some about drinking a cup of coffee ...
Sorry guy, had to update my VT Bangkok's, so here is the only and true answer >>>
S T A R B U C K S !!!
Favorite Dish: Ehm,... the coffee is good, like anywhere in the Starbucks around the world. Same price all over, you can have the usual drinks and try the green tea, famous in Asia ...
The food is not that tasty, sorry folks, better enjoy your cup of coffee and, just around the corner you'll find the best snacks and street food you can imagine ...
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Starbucks: You're rarely far away from one of these...
The locals seem to have taken to Starbucks in a big way - there are branches all over town (over 50 in Bangkok, according to the Starbucks website). Thais love coffee (to the extent that iced instant coffee from a can is a best seller), so it isn't entirely surprising. My last visit was to the branch in Central World Plaza, and in the middle of a hot afternoon the iced latte went down very nicely, especially with a free newspaper to read. Prices are aligned to what well-to-do locals can be persuaded to part with - but are a lot less than the outrageous sums that they demand in the UK, and if you factor in the comfortable seats and the aircon, it's not too bad a deal...
Starbucks: need a coffee!
nice n very similar menu with other starbucks,,,,,i just drop-by at starbucks camp davis after 1 day around bangkok,,,the price also not expensive,,,,
Favorite Dish: americano
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