Top unique coffee Shop In Hanoi Tour

A great way to continue your Hanoi experience is to enjoy one of Vietnam’s most profitable exports: coffee!  Vietnamese people love their unique take on coffee, and coffee culture has always been a huge trend here.  Hanoians take coffee to another level altogether, which you will discover on Hanoi day tour

Giang Cafe in the Old Quarter to try an Egg Coffee

Located in 49 Nguyen Huu Huan, Giang Café is one of many famous coffee shops in Hanoi. Café Giang still very unique, and bring casual looks with small spaces, small table and chairs and a small cup. This drink is a unique blend of chicken egg yolk, coffee, sweetened condensed milk, butter, and cheese.

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The Egg coffee is brewed in a small cup with a filter before the addition of a well-whisked mixture of the yolk and other ingredients. The ingredient is fresh and standard. The cup is placed in a bowl of hot water to keep its temperature.

Hanoi House Café 

Opposite St Joseph's Cathedral & just 3-minute walk from Hoan Kiem Lake, guests to the Hanoi House Café can sit on the balcony to drink coffee and see the cathedral. Hanoi House Café is well decorated, with many artistic items. Funky music plays and seating spills out to the balcony which overlooks Hanoi's Cathedral. Like many Hanoi famous coffee shop, the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The coffee is fresh and tasty.  Opening from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, 7 days a week. Traveler can taste its flavor in 47A, Lý Quốc Sư, Hà Nội

Nhac Xua

With a good view of the West Lake, Nhac Xua is quite convenient for travelers who just walk from the Tran Quoc Pagoda. Initially, it was a speaker repair shop, with old chairs for customers to sit and drink tea while waiting for their speakers to be fixed. Space and music here were very nice, appealing to both those who did not have broken speakers for repair, so the café was formed.

Nha San


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Away from the noisy urban areas, Nha San is an ideal coffee shop for visitors to the Vietnam Ethnology Museum. The main feature of the shop is the space of a house on stilts because it converted from stilts of Thai ethnic people in Northern Vietnam, this place is spacious and stylish, a great place to enjoy a coffee both in the winter and summer time. Besides serving drinks, the shop also holds art activities and live music performances or exhibitions. 

Cafe Nhi

Hiden in a cozy corner, not far from Long Biên Bridge, Cafe Nhi is a lovely place that tends to be so busy that customers sometimes can be found standing on the pavement outside.

Café Nhi serves espresso-based coffee drinks, silky textured lattes, and indigenous Vietnamese filter coffees. coffee is really thick and tasty.