Famous throughout Vietnam for its stunning coffee, Hanoi – the capital city of Vietnam has a large number of coffee shops for tourists to choose in their free time.
Ca Phe Pho Co
Located at number 11 Hang Gai, Hanoi, Ca Phe Pho Co which starts out as a souvenir shop and then turns into someone’s aging home, is a simple café where you can look out over a current of scooter traffic and across Hoan Kiem Lake after you have wound your way up various narrow staircases. Indochina holidays
The coffee’s standard and the café areas are infinitesimal and simple with plastic chairs coming with aluminum tables. But what really attracts tourists to come here is the short distance from busy street to coffee table, which takes you on an amazing tour passing by three different worlds.
Take a look to the surrounding when you pass through the shoulder-width passageway into the residence, mind the pet cat as you climb up the first level as well as respectfully regard the family shrine on the second step.
Align 3D Graphic Café
Situated on a quiet residential street, at number 10A Khuc Hao Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Align 3D Graphic café is one of the most exciting coffee shops in Hanoi. This hip coffee shop, this multi-story, excellent and sometimes gloomy café is a very popular place to these laptop-using students in Hanoi. What attract they to come to this shop are strong cocktails boozing more options than caffeine, burnished surfaces and strange blend of nature with modern decoration. Vietnam travel tours
Tourists will get familiar with the café through a small bamboo pathway, a goldfish pond and a cherry tree before it changes into a diverse exhibition of laid-back teenage hiding places stacked on head of each other. Two elegant roof terraces are also consisted like any self-respecting venues in Hanoi.
For those who are seeking for spanking, burnished decoration and a sophisticated air, Chillout that is located at 89A Ly Nam De, Hanoi is not a really good choice. Living its name thanks to the service, the design and the relaxing atmosphere, Chillout is a laid-back, hurriedly business, where live music and conversation pull rank over inside decoration.
It is said that Chillout goes for material over decoration and that is not a bad thing. Guests coming here certainly expect to enjoy weekly live music shows performed by daring customers playing with guitars and other instruments sitting around in corners.
Situated at number 79D Ly Nam De, Hanoi like something you might find in Tokyo, Cookie Jar is able to make all kinds of guests satisfy. But it stops short of a sating school for children feel, combining a natural decoration inside– intertwist floor carpets, short and thick wooden tables –- with decking furniture outside.
Cookie Jar offers a blend of authentic Vietnamese coffees, crispy spring rolls and fried potato dishes and stunning Western smoothies, sweet crepes and mouth watering ice cream. Coming here on every Wednesday, tourists will have a chance to enjoy a live music show.