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There is certainly no shortage of coffee shops and bars in Hoi An. But few places cater to your beverage needs with as much attention-to-detail and sophistication as new kid on the block, Pure Coffee.
DINGO DELI $$
Dingo Deli is a delectable Western Oasis in an Asian world – Lavazza coffee, smoked ham, parmesan cheese in blocks and a bakery with a constantly changing array of pastries and breads. With one of Hoi An’s best international menus, a Western mini-mart and a quality children’s playground, expats rely on it heavily.
ROSIE’S CAFE $$
Rosie’s offers a delightful marriage of great cafe fare and modern aesthetics. This cafe, hidden in a little alley, is a calm, cool spot if you want to chat, read or work.
Nowhere else in Hoi An does your cafe viet come with a free fish pedicure. Situated on the riverside, U Cafe’s serene atmosphere is made complete with ponds filled with small fish eager to snack on your feet. It only tickles, I promise … U Café’s simple but tasty menu offers an array of Vietnamese/Japanese fusion snacks
JACK’S CAT CAFE
Must like cats … and truly great vegetarian food … and places off the beaten path … and, well, cats … lots of them, seventy-two to be precise. Jack’s Cat Cafe offers quality vegetarian fare in a shaded, spacious oasis of trees, ponds and pagodas.
HOI AN ROASTERY $$
Do you need more than a quality cup of coffee? Are you seeking décor and ambience to enhance your caffeine hit, that certain je ne sais quoi? Over 200 coffee varieties on offer, coffee workshops and coffee beans roasted on the premises.
THE ESPRESSO STATION $$
Does size matter to you? When it comes to coffee, it does to me. The Espresso Station serves up a huge double-shot coffee at very reasonable prices – and that’s enough to tempt me back. There’s a rather relaxing oasis vibe to this place.
FAIFO COFFEE $$
Put simply, Faifo Coffee has the best coffee in Hoi An. It is piping hot, strong and full of flavour and I cannot recommend it enough. Faifo Coffee is housed in a sympathetically renovated building in the Old Town with a great street view upstairs..
LE FE CAFETERIA $$
I stop regularly at Le Fe Cafétéria for a drink in peace and quiet in this great little hideaway. Bohemian setting with American jazz motifs scattered around.
11 COFFEE $
A few minutes’ walk across the Lantern Bridge from the Old Town on An Hoi, No 11 is a chilled place to observe the hustle and bustle nearby from a peaceful distance.