Hanoi’s coffee shops with foreign style
There are many cafés with European or Asian style spaces in the heart of Hanoi.
Kissaten – 28 Quoc Tu Giam Street
Located in Quoc Tu Giam Street with narrow front area, Kissaten is somewhat out of sight.
But once you step in the shop, you will feel lost in a space of Japanese design.
The shop’s area is just two floors with all wooden interior, low table, sliding doors, square lamps, and cabinets, which are features of Japan.
The second floor is favored with a big bookshelf which displays a number of books, newspapers, painting, and dictionary made in Japan.
The menu of Kissaten is various with traditional Japanese dishes such as: Doraemon cake, sizzling cake, takoyaki, different kinds of tea, etc. with reasonable prices.
Cafe K – 38A Cao Ba Quat Street
The space looks like a school classroom with tables, seats, books, notebooks and blackboard.
Located in a quiet street Cao Ba Quat, café K brings a new style with design of Korean school class in 1970.
Decorations in the shop include school bags, notebooks, books, selected from Korea by the shop’s owner.
Korean cuisine is also an attraction of Café K, with cool tea, rice wine, or familiar dishes such as black noodles, rice cakes, sizzling cake
La Vie en Rose Cafe – 10 Khuc Hao Street
To those who love the romantic style of France and want to sip a cup of coffee in a quiet space with melodious music, La Vie en Rose is a suggestion.
The shop is gently designed to create a restful feeling for customers of any age.
It has two floors and is divided into two areas. The outside area is close to nature with green potted plants and lovely wooden tables.
While the inside area is designed in a cozy space, the warm colors of tables, chairs, and cushions combined with green and white color of walls all highlight French architecture.
Dragonfly Shop – 5 Hoi Vu Street
The Dragonfly shop has a French style in the shop’s gate, steps, patios and 2-storey faded yellow house.
The shop is in a100 year-old villa of French style on Hoi Vu Street.
Mossy steps together with nice bonsai pots and wide windows stand out. Furniture is designed with dragonflies, from sets of furniture, and menu books to the shop’s signboard.
Drinks and food prices here are relatively high but in return you get moments of peaceful relaxation.
Ciao Cafe – 2 Hang Bai Street
Located in the city center, Ciao café has Italian style with drinks and tasty food.
In the morning, sitting near glass door on the first floor, sipping cappuccino looking outside, you can feel the hustle of the streets.
The shop is very crowded at lunchtime. If you like busy places, Ciao is a good choice for you.