Hoi An ancient town is home to not only a number of famous attractions in Vietnam, but also some of impressive coffee shops that are hardly found anywhere else in the country. Check out top 4 out of must-go coffee shops in Hoi An ancient town below!
1. LE Fe Cafeteria
Situated deep in alley on Phan Chu Trinh Street, LE Fe cafeteriam, one of the best coffee shops in Hoi An, is highlighted by its faded wooden signboard. Stepping into the café, you may feel a peaceful and spacious space inside. There are three areas in this café shop. While the first and third areas are the open space, with trees and natural light, the middle section is to display decorative objects of old style, including books, old TVs, and fixed phones.
A former famous singer My Phuong is the owner of LE Fe Cafeteria. At weekends, there are always fantastic music shows, which attracting a majority The shop’s owner is singer My Phuong, who used to be very famous in Hoi An. The shop’s weekend music shows always attract many people.
2. May Concept
Lying near the Bridge Temple is May Concept café, which is at 8C Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street. This café is quite special for it is not only a coffee shop but also a clothing store. It’s where people can buy some souvenirs after tasting a cup of coffee.
May Concept is designed with use dark wood furniture in order to create a quaint and cozy look. Those who are nature-lovers may enjoy sitting in the yard to sip a delicious cup of tea or coffee. Particularly, the most attractiveness in May Concept is the friendliness and helpfulness of staff. Coming to May Concept, guests are always welcome with a smile and sincere, friendly greetings. Musical performances are also organized in this coffee shop every Friday night.
3. Reaching Out
Reaching Out teashop at 131 Tran Phu Street has received many compliments from both domestic and foreign tourists. This coffee shop attracts a lot of guests for its old-style decoration.
Guests stopping at Reaching Out can order a variety of drinks, of which the most popular one is Vietnamese tea of all kinds which are being served with cookies or coconut jam.
Last but not least, all servers at Reaching Out are the deaf staff. Want to order drinks? Just write down the name of the drink you want on a small piece of paper and wait a moment. Surprisingly, you will be served very quickly.
4. Gemstone Art Museum
Gemstone Art Museum is a museum-cum-café, which is located at 130 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street. The coffee shop in Hoi An attracts tourists thanks to hundreds of gems from north to south on display. All of which were collected by Ms. Duong Nga for more than 20 years.