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Pure Coffee $$
There is certainly no shortage of coffee shops and bars in Hoi An. But few places cater to your beverage needs with as much attention-to-detail and sophistication as new kid on the block, Pure Coffee.
Dingo Deli $$
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.
Hoi An Now Travel Guide to Cafes
Coffee connoisseurs will not be disappointed in Hoi An. There’s a plethora of cafés to choose from – nestled in hidden gardens, peeking out of attics in the Old Town’s ancient houses, basking in the full splendor of the Thu Bon river – you can have any background for your brew.
Pure Coffee – Bar and Coffee House
Overwhelmed by the countless coffee shops and bars in Hoi An? Seek out new kid on the block, Pure Coffee, and you won’t be disappointed. It provides a complete package that will suit all tastes: modern tasteful décor, relaxed ambiance, killer coffee, experienced, well-trained staff, world-class cocktails at bargain prices, affordable quality Vietnamese cuisine, exemplary customer service and music from chilled cafe lounge to deep house.
Rosie’s Cafe $$
Rosie’s Café on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, just up the alley from Nu Eatery, is a delightful marriage of Vietnamese coffee tradition and modern aesthetics. Rosie’s offers a wide selection of coffee beverages and fresh juices along with a calm, cool space to have a chat, read, or work.
An Cafe $
‘Every good thing in Vietnam is down an alley and up the stairs’ is something I used to say to friends visiting for the first time. While not up a stairs, An Café is a welcome discovery down an alley off Tran Phu (the one right next to MIX Greek Restaurant by the Japanese Bridge).
U Cafe $$
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 …
Jack’s Cat Cafe $$
Must like cats … and truly great vegetarian food … and places off the beaten path … and, well, cats … lots of them, seventy-two to be precise.
Hoi An Roastery – Espresso and Coffee House $$
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?
Faifo Coffee $$
Put simply, Faifo Coffee has the best coffee in Hoi An. It is piping hot, strong and full of flavour and I cannot recommend it enough.
Le Fe Cafétéria $$
I stop regularly at Le Fe Cafétéria for a drink in peace and quiet in this great little hideaway.
The 11 Coffee Roastery & Cake $
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.