You may not know this, but Vietnam is the second largest producer of coffee in the world, Brazil being the first. Their coffee culture is definitely something to take note of on your visit. Here are three of the best coffeehouses to visit in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.
The Note Coffee
If you’re looking for a coffeehouse with a quirky and artistic vibe, The Note Coffee is a must-visit. The colorful decor made up of hundreds of handwritten notes covers the walls and ceilings and adds to the fun atmosphere of the shop. The owners will be happy if you leave your own note before heading out.
Established in the 1940s, this cafe has a rich history and is one of the best places to experience traditional Vietnamese coffee. Cafe Giang is famous for its egg coffee – a rich, frothy coffee topped with a creamy, sweet egg yolk mixture.
Tranquil Books & Coffee
If you’re looking for a place to relax for a few hours during your travels, there’s no better place to choose than Tranquil Books & Coffee. This cafe has a relaxing atmosphere. Its book-lined walls and comfortable seating will make you feel like you’re in a hidden world.