Vietnam is known as the second largest producer of coffee all over the world. So, you are a first-time traveler to Saigon and wish to check out which coffee shops to stop by for an impressive and memorable experience, let us help you with list “7 favorite cafes in Hochiminh city for travelers love coffee should know”.
In these cafes, it’s not just the delicious coffee that it has amazing interior design, lounge worthy vibes, great views and all with free Wi-Fi… All things makes Ho Chi Minh’s cafe scene so rich and vibrant.
1. Id Cafe – For Lounging
Location: 34D Thu Khoa Huan St, District 1
inside this two storey coffee shop the modern-retro theme is really funky. The 70s style armchairs are comfy as well as stylish and the decor of vinyl records and stencils lining the walls, and period radios and typewriters positioned here and there mean there’s always something to catch your eye.
2. Cuc Gach Cafr
No. 79, Phan Ke Binh street, District 1
The Cuc Gach Cafe is another Southeast Asian-rural feeling cafe. Wood abounds. The music is soft and exotic. Sugarcane is used for straw. The chairs are comfy and the wifi strong and consistent. Good, quiet place to work or meet up.
No. 70B, Le Loi street, district 1
L’USINE is upstairs.This cafe attracts so many locals, tourists and expats. L’usine is hip and modern, lofty and sleek, but almost to the point where it feels a bit cold and institutional. The cafe has a back area with some great antique maps and furniture for sale, as well as an impressive chess board.
4. Yen Cafe
In a little road of district 3 , lead you to a little old house … you will surprise with a cosy ambience space here in Yen café. ( No.9, Pham Dinh Toai street, district 3)
With the decoration very art style with nice bunch of dried flowers , also have a stage for live music in the night. You can spend time for hours here.
Enjoying a Vietnam holiday with a quiet cafe is not a bad idea !
5. La Rotonde Cafeteria
At 77 ham Nghi, Nguyen Thai Binh, district 1
La Rotonde is a classy place in Saigon, and located directly in the center. Set upstairs in a corner colonial era shophouse, with high ceilings and huge windows, it’s bathed in natural light. The cool decor includes local antiques, som nicely chosen Indochina-style artwork and furnishings mixing industrial and deco styles. People may find old tables in Vietnamese style set up next to Western-style couches a pleasant harmony and not a contrast.
6. ERA COFFEE
58C Trần Quốc Thảo street, district 3
Cafe Era is located on a quiet, lovely street near the Japanese Embassy, so it is hard place to find, but lovely little authentic Saigon coffee shop. Very relaxing, and very cheap. This coffee is like as the best thing about this place is that it always feels like some cool secret.
7. M2C Café – A Modern And Classic Touch
44B Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1
As its name suggests, the café shop is nicely filled with incredible contemporary art as well as light fixtures made from magazine pages. Ideally situated in one of the busiest and trendiest areas in the city, it leaves you from admiration to admiration by the harmonious combination of the modern taste and trend, which creates the faultless space for both locals and tourists every day.
Come here and feel, I think you will not regret it !