Best café shops in Ho Chi Minh City

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Travelers coming to Ho Chi Minh can find café shops dotted throughout the city. Although each place has their own characteristics, all of they provide customers with comfortable feeling and awesome drinks and pastries. Among hundreds of different famous coffee brands in Saigon, there are big brands such as: Trung Nguyen Café, Phuc Long Coffee and Tea House, Une Journee a Paris, L’usine and M2C Bistro & Café.  mekong eyes cruise

  1. Trung Nguyen
Trung Nguyen Café

Trung Nguyen Café – source: internet

Trung Nguyen, whose products are exported to more than 60 countries, is one of the best domestic coffee brands in Vietnam. Not only producing and processing coffee beans, to distribute its products, Trung Nguyen also runs a nationwide chain of more than 1000 coffee shops throughout Vietnam. After the first one operated in Ho Chi Minh City in October 1998, franchises were opened in China, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand and Japan throughout the following years. Today, for tourists visiting Vietnam, Trung Nguyen is the most sought-after pleasures. Deep-roasted but these rich heirloom multi-species coffees which are never burnt, will give you a uniquely fine coffee experience. It is possible to buy a bag of beans to take home if you enjoy. As it is consistently good, regulars say they come back.

  1. Phuc Long Coffee and Tea House
Phuc Long Coffee and Tea House

Phuc Long Coffee and Tea House -source: internet

A coffee and tea brand of Vietnam, Phuc Long coffee and tea house still has a particular position in the hearts of not only Saigonese but also tourists from all over Vietnam. Phuc Long coffee and tea house, which offers diverse types of coffee and tastes of tea, will be a gift featuring the extremely characteristic flavor of Saigon. Especially, there is the only one branch of Phuc Long in Ho Chi Minh City; so, the gift of Saigon will certainly make your loved ones satisfied. Phuc Long with tea products: black tea, jasmine tea, green tea, peach tea, etc. are lovely packed to help travelers to purchase conveniently as a gift without worrying about disadvantage during transportation.

  1. Une Journee à Paris
Une Journee à Paris

Une Journee à Paris -source: internet

Une Journee à Paris-source: Internet

Conveniently situated in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, adjacent to Lavender Hotel and only half a block from Ben Thanh Market, the little patisserie/restaurant Une Journee à Paris is a nice break from the bustling of the city center. Here, guests can easily find an assortment of awesome pastries which would nicely replace their simple daily hotel breakfast. Not only incredibly friendly, the staffs here can speak both English and French.

  1. L’usine
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lusine -source: internet

L’Usine is bound to come up pretty quickly if you ask locals to name a trendy, must-see café shop in Saigon. More than just a café, l’Usine is a complex of café, art gallery and fashion boutique inspired by the enterprising industry and timeless elegance of the Indochina era. Thanks to the success of the original café situated on the 1st floor of a 19th century French colonial building on historical Dong Khoi Street, the founders operated a new branch at 70B Le Loi Street, District 1. Following the tradition of the French bistro, the eating experience focuses on high quality produce and delicious homemade cakes. Vietnam  travel packages

  1. M2C Bistro & Café
M2C Bistro & Café

M2C Bistro & Café -source: internet

M2C Bistro & Café is exactly somewhere all travelers should experience, especially if they are interested in Saigon’s atmosphere. Although situated on a busy Dong Khoi Street in the heart of Saigon, this bistro is surprisingly peaceful and calming especially when you head upstairs. Once going up the narrow stairs, you will feel amazed and be warmly greeted by a harmonious combination of ambient atmosphere and a modern architecture design. For all types of occasions, you can find suitable items on their great menu. You will get a nice corner for a relaxing time whether just for drinks or food.

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