There isn't really a way to convey the quaint-ness of this tiny — fits 6 (American) people — cafe.
The staff put a great deal of care into the cute aesthetics, packaging, menus, and signage. There are vintage film cameras and Kinfolk magazines dotting the small shop, with reclaimed wood and shiplap walls. It made our PNW crew of 5 feel like we were in SE Portland and not SE Asia. The print material was so thoughtful and complex in both Thai & English. The drinks were phenomenal — while we didn't have anything traditional (the speciality drinks were definitely the boast of the shop) we enjoyed several different drinks with some containing activated charcoal, sweetened cream, rose water, and lime tonic to name a few. We came to learn later that this is one of 7 shops owned by a Chiang Mai restauranteur we run into later.