The Best Coffee In Hoi An, Vietnam – Vietnam is known for its incredible coffee. We love coffee. We tend to go out for one almost every trip and it is the perfect chance for us to relax and have a chat in some of our favourite Hoi An spots. Whenever we are away we search for new, good coffee shops like crazy. Iced coffee, ca phe da, is a must-try; it’s a dark roast coffee brewed with a small filter and added to sweetened condensed milk.

During our Vietnam trip to Hoi An we arrived at Reaching Out Teahouse in the Ancient Town and Cafe Hoang Van at Tran Hung Dao street – two of our favourite spots.

01). Reaching Out Teahouse
This place is so popular with travel Junkies. And this was one of our favourite places to visit in Hoi An. Located in the Ancient Town, Reaching Out Teahouse is run by a group of hearing and speech impaired Vietnamese people. The teahouse is a place to enjoy and guests are encouraged to whisper and enjoy the tranquility of drinking tea or coffee in silence.

To communicate with staff little wooden blocks are provided with words such as milk, coffee and ice on them. Orders are written on the paper provided. Staff were friendly and graceful.

The place was a tranquil oasis in the business and heat of Hoi An. The atmosphere was super chilled out and the decoration invites you to relax completely.

02). Cafe Hoang Van
This place is so popular with locals. Located at the Tran Hung Dao street. Only open in the morning, this place is full of locals. Loving the Vietnamese drip coffee and condensed milk along with the people watching cafes with all the chairs facing the street.

Talking about coffee, it was certainly one of our favourites. We truly recommend their coffee to anyone who visits the city. We put the location on google map, here:

Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Vietnam.


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