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Where to find best coffee in Hanoi?


Not only considering coffee production as a major source of income for the country, Vietnam is also renowned for its excellent coffee. Since the aroma of coffee pervades some of the streets of Hanoi, it is really hard to resist the temptation. Amongst the best cities to find coffee in Vietnam, Hanoi capital city makes itself outstanding with a wide variety of coffee places. Let’s check out a list of some of the best. Alova cruise halong bay

Giang Café

Giang café

Giang café -source: internet

Hidden in the narrow streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Giang Café is a charming place, whose architectural style reflects an auspicious blend of Assian and Western influences. Surprisingly delicious and resembling a tiramisu in taste, it is its egg coffee that makes this café shop really famous. Giang café is such an ideal spot to relax, take in some interesting music while enjoying a cup of coffee or, alternatively, a really hot egg chocolate.

Address: ‪ 39- Lane Nguyen Huu Huan, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

Cafe Pho Co

Café Pho Co

Café Pho Co -source: internet

Café Pho Co is situated in the narrow, cobbled streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. In this coffee shop, customers can enjoy a wide selection of Vietnamese coffee blends that can be suitable for all different tastes. To create outstanding cups of coffee characterized by a strong, flavorful aroma, the freshest coffee beans should be well brewed. From the rooftop of Cafe Pho Co, customers can get the spread far and wide magnificent views of the Hoan Kiem Lake. Paradise cruises halong bay

Address: 11 Hang Gai, Hang Bo, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.



Indigenous -source: internet

The Indigenous, which is situated near Saint Joseph Cathedral, is much more of a shop than a café. However, coming to this coffee shop, guests can use the coffee machine to brew their own coffee and then enjoy it when sitting outside the shop. Only the best coffee beans grown by local coffee bean farmers are used in Indigenous.

Address: 36 Au Trieu, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi Old Quarter (near the Saint Joseph Cathedral).

Cafe Nhi

Café Nhi

Café Nhi -source: internet

The small Café Nhi, which is tucked away in a cozy corner, not far from historic Long Bien Bridge, is a lovely place tending to be so crowded that sometimes, customers could be found standing on the pavement outside. They serve indigenous Vietnamese filter coffees, silky textured lattes and espresso-based coffee drinks, all of which are thick and tasty.

Address: 72 Phu Lo, Soc Son District, Hanoi

Cafe Lam

Café Lam

Café Lam -source: internet

The famous Café Lam, which is located near the city center, is believed to be one of the oldest coffee shops in Hanoi. The lovely atmosphere of this old coffee shop is complemented by rare books, art collections and antique pieces tucked away at every corner. While enjoying great Vietnamese-style hot and ice coffee, with thick condensed milk, customers will fell like being transported back in time thanks to the unique environment.

Address: 60 Nguyen Huu Huan, Hanoi Old Quarter.

Hanoi social club

Hanoi social club

Hanoi social club -source: internet

What brings the perfect mixture of digital nomads, locals, travelers and hipsters to Hanoi social club? The Hanoi Social Club, on three funky levels with retro furniture, is an artist hub as well as the most cosmopolitan café of this city. Here, they serve pasta, wraps, burger for lunch and dinner and potato fritters with chorizo for breakfast. The quiet laneway location is a good spot for an end-of-day wine, beer and coffee and vegetarian options include a tasty mango curry.

Address: 6 Hoi Vu, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.

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