City Fox Café
The distinctive and innovative design makes City Fox Café a stable position. With brick walls, comfortable couches and simple design, you will probably find half of Nha Trang’s young generation spending their time there, sipping coffee and hanging out on their phones or with their friends. Besides the nice space, the food and drinks are delicious, and the various menu is usually updated to suit the ever-changing tastes of its customers. You will not only find coffee and tea, but also fresh juices, many pastries and junk food such as pizza, hamburgers and potato chips. With both outdoor and indoor seating, City Fox Café brings to the wonderful spot to enjoy the outdoor and indoor atmosphere for standing out a Nha Trang storm in release.
The Alley Café
The name Alley Café shows it all about the isolated island right inside the busy beach city. Another venue famous among expats in Nha Trang, this is a good place to find drinks and food. With a Western-oriented menu, they are distinguished with their fish and chips, and their pancakes. Some would even go so far to say that they have the best garlic bread not just in Nha Trang, but throughout Vietnam. If you start your weekend with some morning coffee and pancakes, nothing else can really go wrong. Come to witness the spot is transformed into a bustling bar at night!
Iced Coffee Simply Original
Having developed in Vietnam for a long time, Iced Coffee Simply Original already has seven outlets and the headquarter at Nha Trang. With a cozy interior integrated to the surrounding venues, that is urban style and contemporary, Iced Coffee Simply Original has proven their worth more and more again with the optimate specialty coffee and tea experience served to guests. Being based on those achievements, their next step will be Singapore!
An Café Nha Trang
The fantastic indoor and outdoor space along with a cool air-conditioned section in the back, this little eco-friendly coffee and tea shop is furnished totally out of wood. It’s a very peaceful and retro looking place, with fish ponds inside, big mechanical clocks, all surrounded by vintage layouts of Vietnam in a jungle, and to top it all off, has amazing coffee and tea. It is mostly visited by locals so is really a gem for travelers. And Café Nha Trang is wonderful if you want some time to yourself to plan the next period of your journey or to sit in silence and read a book or surf the internet. That fabulous venue has the potential to be a romantic one.
This cafe located on the bustling coast Tran Phu Street, right opposite the Intercontinental Nha Trang Hotel. Runam Bistro is a famous chain all along Vietnam and a type among locals and expats alike. Among all Runam Bistros in Vietnam, the one in Nha Trang has the nicest view and interior. It is located right opposite the Intercontinental Nha Trang, on the lively beach strip of Tran Phu. With paper origami cranes hanging from the ceiling, beige color interior, comfortable couches and an interesting menu of drinks and Asian and Western fusion dishes to get along with, this makes for the perfect place to enjoy a few hours with some good company. If you are a coffee aficionado, take the marrochino, a combination between Italian cappuccino and Vietnamese traditional milk coffee, ago, and do not worry about the moments to come back to this space, remember that there are still other branches.
This café has got a particular position of foreign as well as local customers. Located on Biet Thu Road, Cuppa Coffee highlights everything on the list – delicious coffee and tea, good snacks, friendly and enthusiastic staff, fantastic ambiance and nice location. Their must-try drink is ice blended coffee, but make sure to try their blueberry smoothie and banana fritters for a fruity evening. The homemade cakes made by the owner is also a good choice.
Alpaca Homestyle Café
Alpaca is also a good recommendation to drink a great café in Nha Trang. Owned by a friendly Russian couple, this café provides everything you need; great coffee, delicious food, chill out vibes, and fast and friendly service. A small outside the beach/tourist area in Nha Trang, the entrance to Alpaca Homestyle Café is camouflaged in a tiny, inconspicuous doorway, that hides a staircase leading upstairs. You will be welcomed with cheery decorations, lighthearted quotes on the walls, sunlit seating and mismatched chairs tucked under tables. The menu is vegetarian-friendly, but meat lovers have their options too. Try the chicken fajitas! The place may be a little expensive compared to your average Vietnamese choice, but the dishes are reasonably portioned and therefore, priced. Do not worry about your children, there is a kids play area to keep children occupied on the second floor!
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