Caffe What If

Tucked away down Soi 31 in the Green Connect Building is Caffe What If.

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Part cafe, part coffee shop, part interior design store, this cosy find is the perfect stop for lunch or even an extended afternoon of coffee-sipping and snacking with a laptop in tow.

With its relaxed, quiet atmosphere and seating selection – either small, private table or a spot at the large and expansive desk – it’s a great spot to get your head down and get some work done.

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The coffee here is excellent – 100% Arabica blend, full of flavour and deliciously creamy.

This lunchtime, I opted for a matcha green tea latte instead of my usual Cappuccino and was not disappointed. Starbucks this ain’t – presentation is cute, clean and fits well into the artsy What If brand and vibe.

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The food menu is pleasingly brief – no last minute menu panics here – and has a European focus with sandwiches, pasta dishes, stews and sharing starters.

After an internal tussle between stews and pasta, I settled on the Tomato and Pork Sausage Fettucine.

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Hello! This had flavour, baby.

The creamy tomato and rich flavour of the sausage were pulled together with zinging chilli giving the dish a well-rounded kick and a pleasingly filling outcome.

I was pretty sated at this point but decided it wouldn’t be a true review without a pudding to round off events.

There was no internal struggle here. The Red Velvet Chocolate Brownie had been screaming my name since I walked in the door.

With a delightfully moist chocolate red sponge and a cheesecake topping, this was a winner.

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Caffe What If: we salute you.

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