These shops, though empty or crowded, also have a common point, which is very quiet, away from car horns, car engine sounds on the busy street. Entering the shop feels like leaving many worries behind. Let pay a visit to these coffee shops nestled in the alley in Saigon!
Address: 193/8 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, District 3
Nestled in a fairly deep alley in District 3, Maguriette teahouse is like the small bakeries you see on Japanese movies. The shop has a simple white wall, on one side is a window for sunshine glass, there are a few green spring cords on the wall, creating a feeling of “cinema”. Inside the shop, there is a small space but there are up to 3 floors with simple pastel decorations. The restaurant serves English tea and the main cakes, sometimes arriving at the wrong time, the choice of cakes is a bit lacking in variety but the quality is still good. A portion of tea is donated with cookies, so any sweet ones may not need to buy more cakes. The shop has quiet space, light music, attentive staff will give you a private space, but need only a small call, then there is a waiter.
Address: 153 / 11A Nguyen Thi Minh Khai (District 1)
Caztus has many branches, but the branch in the alley 153 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai almost always “sucks” the guests. Because it is nestled in a residential alley in a rhythm of Saigon, the shop does not feel like an oasis “alone in a realm” but a space to integrate with the lives of households in the alley. From the balcony of the restaurant, you can watch your daily activities and observe the surrounding rhythm.
The favorite part is also because of the “green” substance. At Nguyen Thi Minh Khai branch, there is a small garden of the boss, in summer there is no need for air conditioning, but sitting in the middle of this area is cool. A minus point is that you may have a bit of difficulty in parking if you first arrive, but the shop has left the guide in the shop so you just follow it, park the car two houses away and walk through. Because the shop is located in an alley, there is not much space for parking.
The Open Space
Address: 232/13 Vo Thi Sau, District 3
Nestled in an alley on Vo Thi Sau Street, however, The Open Space is very wide and spacious. This is a space that is both large and quiet. The shop mainly aims at open space concept so the decoration and furniture are arranged with the aim of creating unlimited space, free from the feeling of bondage. In particular, the shop has many sun-windowed windows overlooking the garden, seeing green trees. This is an ideal workplace. However, if you have time on weekends and want to find a hobby to kill time, The Open Space also has baking courses.
Address: 573/10 Su Van Hanh, District 10
Su Van Hanh Street in District 10 is how busy a road is, the people who live here know it. However, among the countless bustling cafes and cafes, there are still shops nestled in alleys, and Itune is one of them. Itune has a warm golden cardboard space and soft sofas, plus a peaceful space. If you pay close attention, in the shop space, there is a pleasant smell of lavender essential oil. This is also a good place to work or relax.
Address: 115/30 Le Van Sy, Phu Nhuan District
Nhỏ Cafe Located just opposite the railroad tracks running through Phu Nhuan district, because of this, sometimes in the afternoon when trains pass by, you may find it a little “loud” but it is a very specific feature. of the shop. The shop has nostalgic decor, solid furniture seems to be “piled up” irregularly but it all brings a very harmonious feeling. If I had to describe it, it would be like a store in the Diagonal Alley of Harry Potter but the Vietnamese version. However, the space is quite small, so when people are crowded, you may have to “squeeze” a bit.