Coffee Lovers’ Guide to Hanoi

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Did you know that Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer and exporter in the world?

I didn’t until I did some research prior to my visit. The French brought coffee over to Vietnam as early as the 17th century, but didn’t really cultivate it much later in the mid 1800s.

My grandparents often raved about how good Vietnamese coffee is, and I wholeheartedly agree with them. The rich and robust blend of robusto and arabica, coupled with sweet condensed milk and ice… pure heaven.

So I made this one of my main missions when visiting Hanoi: explore as many coffee shops as possible and discover what the coffee scene is really like in Hanoi.

After a week of coffee runs and a coffee tour with a Hanoian coffee expert later, I’m happy to share with you my complete coffee / coffee shop guide for Hanoi, the capital of this marvellous country. For my fellow digital nomads, I will also provide information on whether the coffee shop is nomad-friendly or not!

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1. Hanoi Coffee Station

Hanoi Coffee Guide / Hanoi Coffee Station
Hanoi Coffee Station

Funny story: Whilst looking for this place, we went past an old man who was sitting by the road side. He looked us from head to toe, then asked, “Coffee? Coffee?” I refused him politely, and gestured ahead the road to signal to him that we’re headed to a café. After a few steps, Google map told us that we’ve went past it. We doubled back and the old man waved us over and pointed to the small alleyway next to where he was sitting. We looked up, and there it was: Hanoi Coffee Station.

Oh, Vietnam.

That aside, this café is a cute mix of modern and old. The AC was a cool reprieve from the May heat but if you enjoy having your coffee outdoors, they also have nice little balconies that oversee the streets. For digital nomads, they also have reliable wifi, wide tables and power sockets everywhere. If you’re hungry, they have healthy food options such as smoothie bowls and avocado toast.

Now, for the coffee!

They have a nice selection of local beans and brews. You will find your classic European-style coffee here: espresso, latte, cappuccino, etc. You will also find something interesting called the ‘Vietnamese egg coffee’.

Yep. It’s exactly what it sounds like—vietnamese coffee with a twist of coconut syrup, honey, and egg yolk, instead of the conventional condensed milk and egg white. I would describe the taste as creamy, eggy, coconuty goodness.

Coffee: 8/10. So many choices and all so good!
Nomad-meter: 8/10. Great coffee, good food, reliable wifi, power sockets everywhere and nice cosy ambience to work in.
Ambience: 7.5/10. Clean, modern with a twist of cosy old.

2. Cafe Đinh

Hanoi Coffee Guide / Cafe Dinh
Cafe Đinh

If you’ve done your research on coffee places in Hanoi, chances are you’ve stumbled upon the egg coffee.

Now, before you go, “Eeeww”, hear me out.

Egg coffee, like its name suggests, is coffee with egg in it. More specifically, egg yolk, sugar, condensed milk and robusta coffee. Some people actually call this “Vietnamese cappuccino” and it’s not too far from the truth.

The story of the egg coffee origin goes like this:

There was a shortage of fresh milk in Vietnam during the French War, which drove the prices of milk high up. Most Vietnamese would line the bottom of the cup with condensed milk and pour the coffee on top, and that’s exactly how traditional Vietnamese coffee is served today. Wanting to create a version of the western-style cappuccino, Nguyen whisked in eggs as a substituted and needless to say, this frothy-creamy coffee drink exploded into popularity and grew to become a successful business. However, Nguyen did not want to pass the egg coffee recipe and the business to his only daughter. He wanted to keep it only for his sons. His daughter, did not give two squats and decided to take the recipe anyway and opened her own cafe right in the same old quarter where his two brothers set up their cafés.

She sadly passed away a few years ago and now it’s managed by her husband. Cafe Đinh still preserves its at-home-in-the-living-room atmosphere that invites customers to come in for a coffee and chat.

Coffee: 8/10. If you like creamy coffee with a side of pretty latte art, then try the original egg coffee recipe!
Nomad-meter: 5/10. The small convivial place is great for chatting, but not so much to work in.
Ambience: 6/10. Has a touch of old charm but without an air-conditioner, it was too warm for me.

3. Cộng Cà Phê

Hanoi Coffee Guide / Cong Ca Phe
Cộng Cà Phê

Remember that time when you’ve really wanted to have a great cup of Vietnamese coffee with a side of communist decor?

I’ve counted more than 20 Cộng Cà Phê branches all across Hanoi and I’ve been to more than 5 in the Old Quarter alone. Each joint is decorated in its signature army green colour with spots of Lenin texts, floral seat cushions and retro furniture.

Through western eyes, the visible pops of Communist accents might come as a shock in the beginning, but you’ll soon see past the decor to realise a touch of hipster and a whole lot of nostalgia—Communism is rooted in Vietnamese history after all.

On their menu, you’ll find coconut coffee suggested as one of their signature drinks. I highly recommend their coconut coffee because it’s definitely one of the best I’ve had in my entire lifetime. It comes as a smoothie, but if you’re after something lighter, then try their normal iced coffee mixed with coconut milk.

Coffee: 8/10. Amazing coconut coffee!
Nomad-meter: 7.5/10. The coffee is really good and the wifi is fast. This place gets jam-packed really quick so if you’re looking to work here for longer than 30 minutes, you might feel pressured to move elsewhere.
Ambience: 8.5/10. LOVE the nostalgic communist decor!

4. Lifted Coffee and Brunch

Hanoi Coffee Guide / Lifted Coffee and Brunch
Lifted Coffee and Brunch

We actually came here for brunch because it was a brief 2 minutes walk away from our airbnb. If you’re interested in finding out how their food rates, you can check out my post here.

The only way I can think of describing the vibe of this joint is Aussie meets Vietnam. Decor wise it’s quite modern—neon lights, a bright Super Mario grafitti wall and Melbourne coffee listed on their menu. Apparently, they also have really great and creative glazed donuts but we didn’t get to try any.

In terms of coffee, I went with a traditional iced Vietnamese coffee instead and it did not disappoint.

Coffee: 8/10. I didn’t try their Melbourne coffees but their traditional Vietnamese coffee is really good!
Nomad-meter: 7/10. If you want good western-style brunch, this is the place for you. They also have pretty solid wifi but I didn’t check for power sockets. However, the cosy space is more suitable for casual conversation and Sunday brunches.
Ambience: 7/10. Quirky urban style but personally, I’m more of a retro fan.

5. The Hanoi Social Club

Hanoi Coffee Guide / Hanoi Social Club
The Hanoi Social Club

Imagine characteristic long French windows, white columns, colourful abstract art covering the walls and bluesy music. That’s my first impression upon entering this place.

After hearing so many recommendations by locals and foreigners to visit this place, we’ve decided to give it a go and come here for breakfast. Like many coffee shops in Hanoi, the menu was a great mix of west meets east dishes and drinks.

If you’re interested in finding out how the food turned out, click here!

As you can guessed, I ordered the traditional Vietnamese iced coffee with condensed milk. When in Vietnam, right? It was amazing as usual—rich, strong, sweet and extremely yummy.

For my fellow digital nomads, they have a solid wifi on each floor (there’s two) and they have power sockets all around. We actually worked for a bit here and found the atmosphere to be quite alright. Apparently we were not the only ones who felt that way because there were quite a lot of people who were working on their laptops in the cafe.

Coffee: 8/10. Traditional Vietnamese coffee did not disappoint!
Nomad-meter: 8/10. It can get filled up pretty quickly but since they have two floors, we actually worked in peace and did not feel pressured to move elsewhere.
Ambience: 7.5/10. The bluesy music and old French vibe were really me, but it can get a bit noisy with all the chatter.

6. The Note Café

Hanoi Coffee Guide / The Note Café
The Note Café

I put this café on the list purely because it’s such a popular coffee shop for tourists mostly due to its quirky concept.

As you can guess from the name, The Note Café is entirely covered with sticky notes left by previous visitors—the AC, the fans, walls, tables, windows, you name it. This lends a very cheery and poppy vibe to the whole place.

Right at the entrance is the bar where you need to place your order before proceeding upstairs to sit. I think it’s because there are many floors (I think I counted 5) so it’s more convenient for you and them. If you’re sick of coffee at this point and would like something fresh, they have a nice selection of fruit smoothies that you can try.

As for working environment, the café gets really packed but thankfully there are many floors. The wifi is alright and I didn’t check for power sockets because the AC wasn’t on and we were really feeling the heat.

I had traditional Vietnamese iced coffee with condensed milk and it was alright. J had a banana strawberry smoothie and he really liked it so maybe try the smoothie as well!

One thing you must do though, is leave a handwritten note! There are small boxes containing stick notes and pens everywhere so feel free to leave a personal message for future visitors!

Coffee: 6/10. The coffee was alright, but you can definitely find better Vietnamese coffee at other places on this list.
Nomad-meter: 6/10. The place was quite packed and maybe it was just when we went but it can get really hot and stuffy without the AC.
Ambience: 6/10. Really quirky but it wasn’t very conducive to work in for me.

THE HIDDEN GEM: Reng Reng Café

I didn’t find out about this place until a few locals—including my coffee tour guide—recommended this place to me. She told me that only the locals know about this place and I can see why.

The space is actually quite small and cosy, with the interior decorated in quite a modern minimalistic style. The seating arrangement, however, is very Vietnamese. In place of tables and chairs, you will be drinking your coffee on small stools and a tiny low square of a table next to you. To be honest, I really love drinking coffee this way, because it somehow sits you closer to the person you’re talking to and it creates a very casual and convivial atmosphere.

Or so I thought.

This place has no wifi, you’re not welcomed to stay a long time, and also, you will be asked to speak in a low voice if you’re planning to speak to your friends. I’ve been told by my guide beforehand about this, and she said it’s because the owners are not trying to publicise their café since they get enough customers. Also the reason why I felt awkward taking a picture of this place, so no picture sorry.

A strange place indeed, but the coffee is oh so good and if you’re searching for a moment of solitude in busy Hanoi, with hopefully a good book and some strong robust cup of coffee, then don’t miss this place.

Just don’t tell them I sent you.

Coffee: 8/10. SO GOOD. Some people call it pretentious, but for me that just means good coffee.
Nomad-meter: 3/10. If you’re planning to write using charcoal on dried animal skin, then this is not the place to work.
Ambience: 7/10. Weirdly, I quite liked the silence and hushed voices.

So there you go! From urban Melbourne-esque hipster to Communist decors, the capital city of Vietnam is in no shortage of amazing coffees and quirky cafes. Just don’t drink all of them at once.

If you’re planning a visit to Vietnam and you’re not sure where to start, make sure you check out this post!
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117 Comments

  1. 5 June 2019 / 15 h 44 min

    The coffee in Vietnam is amazing! And these spots in Hanoi look great. I’d like to visit them the next time I’m in Hanoi.

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 02 min

      Do visit them and let me know how it goes, Taryn!

  2. 5 June 2019 / 19 h 29 min

    My husband is a huge coffee lover, but has never tried Vietnamese coffee. I’m going to have to get him some to try!

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 02 min

      If he loves coffee then he really should! It’s strong, rich and sweet!

  3. 5 June 2019 / 19 h 37 min

    STOP IT! u make me want to visit all of these. thanks for the pics 🙂

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 02 min

      Haha oops. Aw my pleasure, Kathleen.

      • 10 June 2019 / 15 h 46 min

        Two of the simple pleasures I love — coffee and traveling. I wish to do this in Vietnam, too. A coffee tour to occupy my day.

        • Miriam
          Author
          11 June 2019 / 3 h 51 min

          Your first line. Couldn’t have said it better myself, Ivan.

  4. 5 June 2019 / 20 h 30 min

    OMG love love love coffee. I literally just did a post about coffee. These places sound so awesome.

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 01 min

      Ooh will check out your coffee post and thank you for stopping by!

  5. 5 June 2019 / 22 h 04 min

    This is awesome! I would love to visit Vietnam one day and I would definitely want to try the coffee!

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 00 min

      Thank you, Bethanny! And you really should visit Vietnam; it’s a wonderful country.

  6. 6 June 2019 / 3 h 16 min

    I have been to Hanoi, but I haven’t seen the 3 of the first ones you recommended – they look very cool – I really like your photos too

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 5 h 00 min

      That’s really kind, thank you!

  7. Britney
    6 June 2019 / 7 h 17 min

    I bet they have the best coffee! My husband’s grandma is from vietnam and she makes the best coffee.

    • Miriam
      Author
      6 June 2019 / 9 h 56 min

      Oh, lucky you! Your husband must’ve enjoyed many wonderful homemade Vietnamese coffee ❤️

  8. 6 June 2019 / 23 h 38 min

    Oh my goodness I love this guide! I am a coffee addict and I love trying out local coffee places when I travel. I need to find more guides like this. <3

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 4 h 03 min

      Haha hello fellow coffee addict. I’m glad you found it useful, Wren! Thank you for stopping by 😊

  9. 7 June 2019 / 0 h 07 min

    I am obsessed with how gorgeous these neighborhood coffee shops are! Amazing!!! I would visit each and every one of them for sure.

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 4 h 04 min

      I was amazed too by how quaint and charming these old coffee shops are in old town Hanoi! Try them and let me know what you think, Chad!

  10. 7 June 2019 / 4 h 50 min

    awesome guide! drinking coffee is important for me when I am on vacation so this post is important to me too. love the guide

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 5 h 06 min

      For me too! Glad you found it useful and thank you for your kind comment, Lyosha!

      • 13 June 2019 / 6 h 38 min

        It should only me be thanking because your list is so good!

  11. 7 June 2019 / 7 h 16 min

    I don’t drink coffe, but I love that you rated all these. And seriously though, coffee is one of my favorite smells!

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 13 h 35 min

      Aw, thank you for letting me know! Your feedback is really helpful, Alyssa!

  12. 7 June 2019 / 12 h 11 min

    Vietnam is the 2nd largest producer and exporter of coffee? Wow! Didn’t know that! I have heard a lot about Vietnam and have a friend who comes to do business over there and she usually regales me tales of the country! I love this insight on Hanoi and hope to visit one day!

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 13 h 36 min

      Haha, glad to share that small bit of fact with you, Jennifer! And your friend is right as well—Vietnam is a beautiful country!

  13. 7 June 2019 / 14 h 17 min

    Saved this for my trip to Hanoi. I do a coffee series so this would ba good reference.

    • Miriam
      Author
      7 June 2019 / 14 h 36 min

      Glad you found it useful and let me know when you’ve done it so I can take a read!

  14. 7 June 2019 / 15 h 36 min

    Thanks for adding that hidden gem in there. You can never go wrong with a place like this one.

  15. Alexandra Cook
    7 June 2019 / 16 h 32 min

    Such a great and very detailed post. Seems like there is so many places in Hanoi to try local coffee.

    • Miriam
      Author
      8 June 2019 / 3 h 45 min

      Thank you, Alexandra. And yes, Hanoi is filled with endless great options for amazing Vietnamese!

  16. Bree
    7 June 2019 / 20 h 26 min

    As a coffee lover I definitely would love to check all these places out! Next time I am in the area I will try some from your list!

  17. Ana
    7 June 2019 / 22 h 42 min

    I had no idea that Vietnam is the second largest exporter & importer of coffee. As a caffeine addict, I’d love to visit Hanoi and explore each of the cafes.

    P.S. – Your The Note Café pic is adorable!

    • Miriam
      Author
      8 June 2019 / 3 h 46 min

      Ana, thank you! That’s so kind to say and if you do visit Hanoi and try out the cafes, let me know!

  18. 8 June 2019 / 10 h 34 min

    OH my goodness I would love to go to all this places in hanoi

  19. twinspirationalparties
    8 June 2019 / 10 h 34 min

    Oh wow.. I didn’t know about that..! Though I’m a coffee addict, sad to say, I don’t know much about coffee facts and history.

  20. Owen G.
    8 June 2019 / 14 h 52 min

    Wow, that was surprising to know.. I have no idea about that. I really love coffee. It must be fun to have a coffee in Hanoi.. 😊

  21. Nina Cochingco
    8 June 2019 / 16 h 04 min

    Wow, this makes me dream of visiting Vietnam. These cafés sounds really great. It’s great to know they are the second largest producers of coffee..

  22. 9 June 2019 / 6 h 50 min

    I did not know that Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer and exporter in the world. It’s interesting all the amazing coffees and quirky cafes. There is a Vietnamese restaurant that I go sometimes but they don’t even have coffee. They have milk-tea that is pretty good.

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 32 min

      Yea, they make pretty solid milk teas, but a Vietnamese restaurant without Vietnamese coffee?? ☹️

  23. Angela
    9 June 2019 / 9 h 18 min

    You certainly found a lot of interesting coffee places in Hanoi. I drink my coffee black so I don’t think the egg coffee is for me but we’ve been to Hanoi and I agree that the coffee is excellent. It’s a fascinating city.

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 31 min

      It’s not hard since Hanoi is filled with amazing coffee places! I didn’t really like the egg coffee as well, maybe because I wasn’t used to it. And hey, fellow black coffee drinker! 😊

  24. 9 June 2019 / 10 h 07 min

    Looks amazing, am not sure when I will though 🙂

  25. twinspirationalparties
    9 June 2019 / 10 h 39 min

    Oh that’s great to hear.. 😊 I’ve always been a coffee addict but I had no ideas about this facts.. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.. 😊

  26. 9 June 2019 / 11 h 51 min

    The Hanoi Social Club was the most impressive one! The place is beautiful and it looks to have a special vibe in the air!

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 29 min

      Haha, this seems to be everyone’s favourite! You’re not wrong though, Raul. It’s really charming and unique.

  27. 9 June 2019 / 14 h 20 min

    Looks like coffee lovers have a lot of good choices in Hanoi! I like the vibes of the cafe number 5. Seems like my kind of place.

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 28 min

      Haha, no surprise there! It’s a wonderful cafe with a very chilled atmosphere and great coffee.
      Thanks for stopping by, Purva!

  28. 10 June 2019 / 1 h 51 min

    Your photos are stunning and tell a beautiful story all on their own! I’m not a coffee drinker, but I would certainly be willing to try the taste of Vietnamese coffee. I’m sure it’s richer than anything they sell in the US.

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 24 min

      Aw, thank you so much, Ola! You’re too kind and I’m happy you appreciate my work.
      I’m not sure about that since I’ve never been to the US, but give it a try and let me know what you think when you do! 😊

  29. 10 June 2019 / 2 h 49 min

    Oh my goodness how funny! As soon as I read your top line, I just finished slurping my last sip of Vietnamese coffee! It was delicious. A family just opened a Vietnamese shop where I live, in Tonga. Their coffee is the best!

    • Miriam
      Author
      10 June 2019 / 3 h 22 min

      Haha, what a lovely coincidence! And I wholeheartedly agree—it’s the best! 😊

  30. Gervin Khan
    10 June 2019 / 11 h 24 min

    First of all, I’m a coffee lover. I get 2-3 cup of coffee a day. This article is definitely what I’m looking for and will search for this one by one to try it for my self.

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 3 h 50 min

      Great to hear that, Gervin 😊

  31. 10 June 2019 / 12 h 29 min

    Coffee lover here! All of these Coffee Station in Hanoi are great and I would love to visit in Hanoi someday and find all of these cafes 🙂

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 3 h 51 min

      If you do and you make a post on it, let me know so I can read!

  32. 10 June 2019 / 21 h 15 min

    Mmm coffee. This place looks amazing. I’d love the opportunity to check it out sometime.

  33. Chad
    11 June 2019 / 1 h 55 min

    I’ve never been. But the coffee looks amazing! Some day, hopefully.

  34. 11 June 2019 / 2 h 05 min

    Good to know that Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer and exporter in the world! I love the note cafe – if I ever visit, I’ll leave a not behind for sure.

    • Geraline Batarra
      12 June 2019 / 7 h 20 min

      I will definitely try all these cafés in Hanoi. It all seems great. I just add Vietnam on my bucket list… 😊

  35. 11 June 2019 / 2 h 27 min

    I love the Vietnamese coffee culture! Their roasting and brewing methods are second to none! I have more coffee shops to check now! Thanks for the recos!

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 3 h 52 min

      Definitely my pleasure, Jessa! Thank you for stopping by!

  36. 11 June 2019 / 7 h 30 min

    Love the unique look and style of each cafe, especially the Hanoi Coffee Station! I’ve had Vietnamese coffee several times, and it was the best coffee I’ve ever had! Loved reading this post!

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 7 h 39 min

      So glad to hear that and thank you for your kind feedback!

  37. Helen Neale
    11 June 2019 / 7 h 58 min

    Looks like a great place to visit for a coffee lover like me. I’ll definitely go here one day with my family.

  38. 11 June 2019 / 9 h 32 min

    I’ve heard egg coffee is delicious with the chicory blend! for sure that fluffy mixture will add a good spike.

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 10 h 22 min

      Oh wow. Definitely have to try that! Thanks for the reco, Rhea!

  39. nelly
    11 June 2019 / 11 h 23 min

    I live here and I never knew of some of these places. thank you so much, I will definitely check them out asap.

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 12 h 22 min

      Oh, it’s my pleasure, Nelly! Thank you for stopping by!

  40. 11 June 2019 / 11 h 54 min

    I only drink once a day but having more when out of the country is not bad. I’ll take note of this post when we are in Hanoi.

  41. Rosey
    11 June 2019 / 14 h 48 min

    I’d like to try the Vietnamese Egg Coffee. I think that would be a great twist for the beverage.

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 17 h 02 min

      If you do, let me know what you think of it! I usually get “really hate it” or “wow, this is awesome!”

  42. 11 June 2019 / 17 h 00 min

    Oh wow, this is a great guide for coffee lovers like me! I’ve always wanted to visit Vietnam, and this gives me all the more reasons to go there. 🙂

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 17 h 02 min

      Glad you found my post useful! Thank you, Czjai!

  43. 11 June 2019 / 17 h 20 min

    Being a coffee lover myself I would love to visit all of these places to taste the authentic flavors of Vietnam. Thanks for sharing this exhaustive guide.

    • Miriam
      Author
      11 June 2019 / 17 h 50 min

      Great to hear you enjoyed my article, Kalyan!

  44. 11 June 2019 / 19 h 35 min

    I think I would love vietnam as I am a coffee lover. I would add it my list.

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 53 min

      Yay!

  45. 11 June 2019 / 21 h 01 min

    Wow, never heard of coffee with egg! Love seeing and hearing about local coffee bars, thanks for sharing!

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 53 min

      Yeah, it’s a must try! Thank you so much, Kate!

  46. Tomislav
    11 June 2019 / 21 h 55 min

    I’d love to visit Vietnam some day and this guide will be of great help. I particularly like the Hanoi social club, looks like a nice bohemian spot.

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 52 min

      Haha, everyone’s favourite. You’re right though, it has a really cute bohemian vibe to it.

  47. 11 June 2019 / 22 h 57 min

    I’ve heard about the coffee in Vietnam being amazing!! As a serious coffee fan from Canada, I’m definitely intrigued! Great coffee guide!

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 52 min

      I’m so happy to hear that, Steph! Thank you so much!

  48. Princess Quinn
    11 June 2019 / 22 h 59 min

    I love coffee! This post makes me so happy. I think I need to fly to Hanoi soonest!

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 51 min

      Haha! Glad to hear that, Quinn!

  49. 11 June 2019 / 23 h 13 min

    I love coffee!! This was auch an informative post, thank you for sharing this with us 🙂

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 51 min

      My pleasure, Riana!

  50. Fran Jorgensen
    12 June 2019 / 2 h 12 min

    I really hope to take my family to asia very soon! I would love to explore Vietnam, I just love the mix of authentic asian and european culture! Thanks for this great guide!

    • Miriam
      Author
      12 June 2019 / 3 h 51 min

      Aw, make sure you do! I’m sure it would be a whole new world and an amazing experience for you and your family!

  51. Elizabeth O
    12 June 2019 / 3 h 01 min

    These are amazing places to check out for coffee lovers..The shops look elegant.

  52. 12 June 2019 / 5 h 24 min

    Wow! I don’t drink coffee but I would love to visit Hanoi one day

  53. 12 June 2019 / 9 h 23 min

    Wow, I love coffee but never had a coffee from Vietnam. This place looks amazing. Thanks for sharing.

  54. 12 June 2019 / 9 h 25 min

    awesome guide, there needs to be one like this for every city…some of us cannot function without coffee

  55. 12 June 2019 / 10 h 48 min

    I love coffee! I drink them everyday. I haven’t been to Hanoi yet but definitely want to visit there, bonus is they have really good coffee too

  56. 12 June 2019 / 14 h 37 min

    These all look amazing! And I’m a huge coffee lover so this will be great 🙂

  57. amy
    12 June 2019 / 15 h 39 min

    well wow, I didnt know that about vietnam, great article to read! thank u for sharing

  58. 12 June 2019 / 18 h 38 min

    Coffee has become my new favorite thing so coffee shops have been my destination lately. I love this post.

    • Miriam
      Author
      13 June 2019 / 8 h 42 min

      Aw, thank you for the kind comment, Sophia.

  59. 12 June 2019 / 20 h 54 min

    I love coffee and I’m going to Vietnam next year. This was the perfect post for me to stumble across. I think I’ll have to try them all out, especially the egg coffee!

    • Miriam
      Author
      13 June 2019 / 8 h 42 min

      Yay! Try it and let me know what you think of it, Jeff!

  60. 13 June 2019 / 0 h 06 min

    All of these coffee places are so cool! I love how unique they are and not like your typical Starbucks you see everywhere in the US. So pretty!

    • Miriam
      Author
      13 June 2019 / 8 h 42 min

      That’s EXACTLY what I said to my bestie, haha! Thank you, Sondra!

  61. Rosey
    13 June 2019 / 5 h 23 min

    I think I’d go where the sticky notes are at. That is a cool concept. I am a huge coffee lover here too. 🙂

  62. Surekha Busa
    13 June 2019 / 5 h 34 min

    Thanks for detailed information in this wonderful cafés.. I never knew the fact that they are the second largest producers of coffee. It was so nice to know.

    • Miriam
      Author
      13 June 2019 / 8 h 41 min

      Absolutely my pleasure, Surekha!

  63. 13 June 2019 / 17 h 32 min

    I’ve never been to Hanoi before but i am a coffee lover. I would love to check out all these places one day.

  64. 14 June 2019 / 8 h 32 min

    Gosh- this round up is giving me life. Bookmarking and looking at ticket prices right away! <3

    • Miriam
      Author
      14 June 2019 / 8 h 41 min

      So happy to hear you say that, Trisha! Go, go, go!

  65. 15 June 2019 / 7 h 47 min

    wow! should i say that these places should be a must visit when in Hanoi.?well it should be for a coffee lover like me.

  66. Lavern Moore
    17 June 2019 / 21 h 10 min

    I did not know that this country was a huge producer of coffee. This is good information

  67. 19 June 2019 / 5 h 17 min

    I bet you really had an amazing time in Hanoi! And I change my mind, I would love to go on a FOOD + COFFEE trip to Hanoi! Haha

  68. 1 January 2020 / 10 h 57 min

    Thanks Miriam for sharing this information.I visited Hanoi when I was in college but I didn’t know about this. But now, as a coffee lover I am really looking forward to visit Hanoi super soon and try coffee there. This blog is really impressive for every coffee lover.

    • Miriam
      Author
      18 January 2020 / 12 h 23 min

      Your kind comment means a lot to me, Henry! And hello from a coffee lover to another!

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