Café or coffeehouse has had an important role in shaping Vietnamese coffee culture, acting as key meeting places for everyone in Vietnam. In recent years, a visible change is that many cafes have come into existence with distinct concept. Both the old and the new are worth to try.
1. Macritchie coffee & music
Macritchie Coffee is a small cafe with warm and cozy space in the heart of Saigon. Located in a small alley, it is decorated by white and blue concept to create many beautiful corners. Additionally, it also uses simple and old items, and wooden furniture. When entering Macritchie, lemongrass aroma will make us relaxed and comfortable. With the advantage of being in the alley, this is a ideal place for people would like to find their own peaceful space.
Address : 306/5 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, District 3
2. Oromia coffee
Nestled in a small alley in the center of Saigon, Oromia Coffee based on green architecture with pots, vines, koi ponds that brings you the comfortable moment in the fresh air. It is a great space with rustic Scandinavian style. Many people come to the shop as they want to leave the noisy, crowded city for peace in the romantic space with acoustic songs. Oromia owns a tiny fairytale garden filled the sunlight.
Come here early in the morning, you want to enjoy the emotional piano and remember to call a soft smooth toast.
Address : 193A/D3 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, District 3
3. The Open Space – Bakery & Coffee
Living in Vo Thi Sau alley, The Open Space is pretty quite. According to its name, it is an open space. The views in the garden is seen from many viewpoints indoor. Besides, the great combination of gentle white and black or brown wooden furniture like old sewing table makes the space classical and ancient. At The Open Space, many people still choose a piece of cake combined with drink. The lemon flavor seems to be the most favored item on the menu.
If you are looking for a quiet place to work or relax after work, why not try?
Address : 232/13 Vo Thi Sau Street, District 3
4. Cộng Cà Phê
The first official store was opened in Hanoi, until now Cộng Cà Phê has opens more than 30 branches across Vietnam such as Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang, Hai Phong, Nha Trang,… When it comes to coffee at Cộng, you not only enjoy a cup of coconut milk egg coffee with linger aroma but also enjoy old Hanoi atmosphere through setting up old tables and tiny chairs.
Nothing is better than coming here with a group of friends, just order a cup of coffee and chat with others.
Address : 127-129 Bui Vien Street, District 1 or 26 Ly Tu Trong, District 1
5. Runam Bistro
RuNam Café is located in the heart of the Saigon, creating a unique novelty with the bistro concept. Whether in the garden or in the home, every corner of Runam is thoroughly decorated with delicate furniture. RuNam has been researching and developing Vietnamese coffee brand. Varied menu, beautifully presented dishes with distinct flavor will give customers a great experience when coming here.
Address :202 Pasteur Street, District 3
Choose a coffee shop to relax and discover Vietnamese coffee culture.