Right in the center of crowded Hanoi are quiet cafes, suitable for dating friends and working.
Located at 40 Nha Chung lane, Cho may be strange to new guests, but for those who love coffee, this is a familiar name. The shop is located deep in the alley, making it difficult to move the car and find it for the first time. Photo: Coffee shop
The shop has a simple design, renovated from the first floor of the house in the alley, including two interconnected spaces. The outside space is a small, airy, tree-lined garden, suitable for chatting with friends. Small space, cool in summer and cozy in winter. The proximity and friendliness of guests and staff is also a plus point of this place. Photo: Coffee shop
The interior space is quite small, quiet, suitable for those who want to read and work. This booth also serves as a place to prepare drinks.
The menu of the place includes a variety of coffees and teas, priced from 35,000 to 55,000 VND. The place currently has 3 establishments, at 40 Nha Chung alley (open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.), 36 Hamlet Ha Hoi (8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and 130 Bui Thi Xuan (9 a.m. to 10 p.m.). Photo: Coffee shop
Blackbird is located at 5 Legs. Although located on the street in the center of Hanoi, the shop is not noisy but quiet. Contrary to the old Hanoi style of Cho, Blackbird has the sound of modern European cafes. The main color of the shop is orange, with a minimalist interior design, few details. Blackbird can create a pleasant feeling for guests as soon as they enter. Photo: Quan Do
In the inner space, the bartender occupies about half of the space, the staff of the bar works professionally, without making noise. This space is also a place for people to come to work. If you like lively conversation, you can sit outside on the sidewalk. Photo: Quan Do
The menu is mainly focused on coffee, including espresso, hand-filtered, Vietnamese coffee and some others such as tea bags, fresh milk, chocolate, priced from 25,000 to 65,000 VND. The shop currently operates at two locations, at 5 Chan Cam and 63B Lan Ong, open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Photo: Coffee shop
In the alley next to house number 11 Phu Doan is The Little Plan – a cafe decorated in French style. The shop is located on the 2nd floor of the house in the alley, with old tones such as deep brown, white and blue. Around the shop decorated with dried lavender bouquets, dark brown wooden shelves and simple tables and chairs, along with classical European music, create a French-style space in the heart of Hanoi. Photo: Quan Do
Diners to the restaurant can choose indoor space and balcony. The interior space is divided into 2 floors, with the 2nd floor being a small loft, suitable for dates with friends as well as for work.
In addition to the main space, the shop also has a separate sitting area on the balcony, with a view of Phu Doan Street. Sitting on the balcony, you can chat naturally without worrying about disturbing the quiet space inside. Photo: Coffee shop
The menu of the restaurant is diverse, serving drinks from tea and coffee to milkshakes, fruit tea, chocolate and cakes, priced from 28,000 to 55,000 VND. The shop also has cake combos with optional warm tea from 70,000 to 90,000 VND. The Little Plan is open from 9am to 9pm. Photo: Coffee shop
Keyword: Three quiet cafes in the heart of Hanoi