As the world’s second biggest coffee producer, the greatest kingdoms of coffee in Asia, finding a place to have an awesome cup of coffee in Vietnam is easy like a piece of cake, especially in Hanoi where you can’t only drink a great cup of coffee but also enjoy the exotic views there. And that’s why tours to Hanoi attract not only the curious travelers, the foodie, but also the coffee experts, the coffee-lovers.
Hanoi in its beautiful peace
So, let’s follow me and find the most beautiful cafés that you can’t only enjoy this fantastic beverage but also have gorgeous check-in pictures!
1. Cong Cafe
This quirky, retro Communist kitsch-themed franchise has grown quickly in the last few years to a whopping eight outlets in the capital.
Inside Cong Cafe
While all are popular – particularly among Hanoi’s young hipsters – the original outlet on Trieu Viet Vuong, simply decorated with wooden furnishings, brightly colored cushions and propaganda signs, remains the one most steeped in nostalgia.
2. Cafe Lam Hanoi
This low-key, one-room Old Quarter coffee shop dates back to 1950s French colonial rule. It operated throughout the war, when down-on-their-luck artists would give proprietor Nguyen Van Lam paintings and sketches in exchange for bottomless cups of coffee and a spot to socialize.
Café Lam Hanoi is an beautiful cafe
Today, Cafe Lam Hanoi’s loyal following pulls up a low plastic stool to enjoy ca phe den(iced black coffee) and ca phe sua da, surrounded by Lam’s art collection.
3. Nhac Cafe
With the exception of live shows on Friday and Saturday evenings, patrons can select and play an LP from the extensive selection arranged around the cafe’s wood plank walls – Nhac means music in Vietnamese – while enjoying traditional coffee pours and specialties such as coconut coffee smoothies and ca phe trung – egg coffee prepared with egg yolks, sugar and condensed milk.
This place is definitely a great place to enjoy the music and taste the coffee
4. Xofa Cafe
As the name suggests, Xofa prides itself on making its clientele comfortable. Framed by exposed brick walls and wood floors, big comfy couches festooned with huge cushions provide a plush cocoon for meeting with friends, reading or catching up on work.
Xofa Cafe, an attractive spot of Hanoi
5. Cafe Tranquil
If you’re looking for a peaceful bolt hole where you can curl up with a book and coffee – you’ve found it. On occasional evenings, acoustic performers play beneath a black-and-white picture of John Lennon mounted on a brick wall.
Stunning Café Tranquil
Tasty pastries and cocktails keep patrons lingering until late.
Set in a white 1920s French villa with a shady courtyard garden, Manzi is a quiet retreat from the Old Quarter’s hectic streets and offers organic coffee from Vietnam’s Central Highlands, curated art exhibitions, and an arts shop selling original works at affordable prices.
Beautiful Manzi café of Hanoi
Are you a coffee lover? If yes, then there’s no way you could ignore these fancy café in Hanoi.
So what are you still waiting for but not booking a tour with this travel agency immediately to enjoy joyful Vietnam tours!