1. Experience the original flavor at local coffee shops
1.1 Giảng Café
In 1946, Mr. Nguyễn Văn Giảng was established Giảng Café– Where egg coffee first made. Giảng Café is indistinct on Nguyễn Hữu Huân Street at the city’s ancient corner. It seems to hard to find for foreigners, but it is definitely deserved for the attempt to taste the best Vietnamese style coffee cup. Its unique Egg coffee remains to be irreplaceable with coffeeholics in Hanoi.
Address: 39 Nguyễn Hữu Huân Street
1.2 Nhân Café
In 1946, 3 ranger soldiers (Thi – Nhân – Thế) was established Nhân Cafe. After that, the Nguyễn Văn Thi – Trần Thị Thanh Kỳ family created the recipe and widen this coffee shop.
The shop owner has the key manner of roasting, grinding their own coffee, therefore the coffee always has distinguished flavor. At present, each of his children opened their own coffee shop, that’s how you can easily recognize other Nhân coffee shops. Nearly all customers still come to the original one, however. Why don’t you come and try this unique flavors in Hanoi?
Address: 39D Hàng Hành Street
1.3 Lâm Café
This is one of the oldest café shops in Hanoi. Its owner, Mr. Lâm, contributed coffee and often loans to the poor artist community in the city within the war. The place is wistful and packed with residents. It was a fascinating experience to sit at the pavement and watching people passing by. This place provides the true traditional Vietnamese coffee.
Address: 60 Nguyễn Hữu Huân Street
1.4 Năng Café
With over 50 years of history, this coffee shop is also one of the oldest coffee shops in Hanoi. At No.6 Hàng Bạc Street, this was a small place where Hanoi’s artists usually gathered. The whole is decorated with a traditional style always full. Its customers are impressed by the origin of the coffee. Regarding the owner, there is no key manner of making every coffee cup but the heart of the coffee maker, all for a cup of coffee in the right standard.
Address: 6 Hàng Bạc Street
2. Explore the latest taste at modern coffee chains
2.1 Highlands coffee
Highlands Coffee was born out of a pure passion for Vietnamese coffee in Hanoi by Vietnamese American David Thai in 1998. Over time they become famous for consistently delivering delicious Vietnamese coffee in a modern and comfortable environment that reflects the appeal of modern Vietnamese life. Great Cafe – Great Product – Great Service at an affordable price is the secret of our success! Here they use the self-service at the counter.
2.2 Trung Nguyên coffee
Through many milestones and achievements, the Founder of Trung Nguyên created a premium coffee chain for the true Vietnamese coffee flavor. When you are deep in Trung Nguyên coffee, it is not easy to taste coffee at street vendors, you will immediately realize the difference between normal coffee and its coffee.
2.3 Cộng Caphe
Cộng Caphe is a famous coffee chain in Hanoi with its ancient, military chic decoration. In the city, there are 18 stores in most busy spots.
There, crowd avoiders are easy to find their own hidden corner or those like noisy atmosphere can talk to others on the balcony. They are impressed by the distinguished flavor as well as some special recipes. It deserves to come and try once at least one Cộng Caphe branch.
2.4 The Coffee House
After this coffee chain established and have a good position with its customers in HCM City, they open the market in Hanoi in 2015.
Their target customers are students, office workers who need a quiet place for studying, working and meetings. The main layout of The Coffee House is the minimalism and taking the most advantage of the natural light and the deployment of many green plants. In a different way their coffee flavor, there is no reason to refuse the quality coffee there.
2.5 Aroi Dessert Café
Beginning with a small shop on the narrow street in Hanoi – Nguyễn Thiệp, this coffee brand is now developing with 7 stores in Hanoi. Not being invested so much but by catching the right chance when the trend of Thai snacks spilled into Vietnam, the chain has fast achieved its position. You would be absolutely curious by the fresh in every coffee drop.