Top 10 best Coffee Shops in Hoi An you must visit
Vietnam is known for its incredible coffee and is a strong exporter of it. It is no coincidence that you see a lot of coffee shops along many streets in Hoi An. Hoi An people love drinking coffee every morning. Iced coffee, ca phe da, is a must-try; it’s a dark roast coffee brewed with a small filter and added to sweetened condensed milk.
There are many coffee shops in Hoi An but these 10 coffee shops will be the best ones!
1, Phin Coffee
Phin Coffee in Hoi An
Described as a Saigon-style café by amicable owner Anna, a native Saigoneer, Phin Café offers a unique blend of Vietnamese beans (70% Arabica and 30% Robusta) that is popular in Southern Vietnam. Experiment with Anna’s southern blend or stick with traditional espresso beans, the choice is yours. Phin Café hosts ‘Coffee Talk’ every Saturday morning at 9am, where conversation topics range from politics to coffee production to the future of Vietnam.
Address: 51/7 Phan Chu Trinh
Opening time: 8am – 5:30pm
2, Rosie's cafe
Roise's cafe in Hoi An
Taking inspiration from their travels, the owners have a created a very hip and modern space tucked in a cozy corner of the Old Town. Though only a few minutes walk from the Japanese Bridge, Rosie’s Café feels like it is a world away from the crowds and chaos of popular Hoi An. 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.
Add: 8/6 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai
Opening time: 8am – 6pm (closed Sunday)
3, Reaching Out Tea House
Reaching Out Tea House in Hoi An
Reaching Out Tea house is an extension of the Reaching Out brand- a charity to help the disabled in Hoi An and nearby areas. It stands out on Tran Phustreet with a hand-painted sign on the wall “The beauty of silence” which is exactly what you can feel when sitting in this shop. By enjoying a cup of one of their exquisite teas or coffees, you already help the speech and hearing impaired staff receive the gift of integration into a work environment that empowers them, and the pleasure that their hospitality brings to
guests partaking in the Teahouse experience. That’s a good way to do charity.
Address: 131 Tran Phu, Hội An
Opening time: 8am – 6pm
4, The Espresso Station Hoi An
The Espresso Station in Hoi An
Does size matter to you? When it comes to coffee, it does to many. Espresso Station serves up a huge double-shot coffee at 38,000 VND; that’s enough to tempt most back. It’s very good coffee indeed but don’t just take our word for it, many others rate it the best coffee in Hoi An. Tucked down a lane, back from Tran Hung Dao this little oasis far away from the madding crowd has become somewhat of a hipster hangout for many Hoi An locals.
Address: 28/2 Tran Hung Dao
Opening time: 7.30am – 7.30pm
5, Mia Coffee
Mia Coffee in Hoi An
Mia Coffee has been praised for offering the best non-Vietnamese coffee in all of Hội An, if not Vietnam. The coffee shop is small, with porch-style seating in the front, and a balcony from which you can get a great street view. There are plenty of fans to keep you cool and Wi-Fi is also available. Should you desire to take some house-roasted coffee back with you, the staff will help you grind and package their beans.
Address: 20 Phan Bội Châu, Hội An
Opening time: 8am – 6pm
6, The Cargo Club
The Cargo Club in Hoi An
Despite just having opened recently, Cargo Club has become extremely popular in Hoi An, especially among foreign tourists. Cargo owns a spacious and modern space but is located in a tranquil area. Due to the white tone of the café, customers will feel at ease. If Reaching Out is nostalgia-inspiring, Mango Rooms is vibrant, then Cargo is elegant and minimalist.
Another one of Cargo’s top qualities besides the impressive space and decoration is its diverse menu and affordable prices. Don’t leave here without trying the store’s signature cakes and ice cream, like baby Pavlova, Sorbet, and Cappuccino.
Address: 107-109, Nguyen Thai Hoc
7, May Concept
May Concept in Hoi An
May Concept is located at 8C Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, near the Bridge Pagoda. This store, itself, is quite special as it plays the roles of both, a cafe and garment shop. Therefore, you can conveniently find a souvenir or gift while sipping on your cup of coffee.
Featuring dark wood interiors, the inside of May Concept carries a very classic and cozy look. Not to mention that every Friday, this café also hosts live music performances. Customers will be well welcomed by the smell of fragrant coffee and pleasant melodies coming from the acoustic guitar player.
Address: 8C Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Hoi An
Opening time: 8am – 6pm
8, Faifo Cafe
Faifo Cafe in Hoi An
Faifo is the old name of Hoi An, and the owner of the restaurant choose this name with an aim to bring the tradition of drinking café in old Hoi An back to the present. Right after customers step into the coffee shop, they will feel the aroma from coffee beans roasted on site. Your experience will be greater when climbing small stairs to reach the rooftop on the third floor. The café offers more than 20 drinks made from Vietnamese traditional coffee such as cappuccino, macchiato and espresso, and a variety of fresh juices, smoothies, soda and ice creams.
Address: No 130, Tran Phu Street
Opening time: 7 a.m. – 10p.m
9, The Chef
The Chef in Hoi An
The place is a bit of a contrast for those who are used to Hoi An’s old architecture which is defined by red tiled roofs and moss covered walls. The Chef boasts a long list of beverages but this place is perfect for some coffee.
Mostly decorated with dark wooden walls, the interior of The Chef gives customers a very relaxing feeling. Tables and chairs used here are large enough for guests to use their laptops or comfortably ponder through pages of books. If you want to experience reading in the silence of the old town, the second floor is a perfect option for you. Meanwhile, if you want to people-watch, the restaurant also has a balcony and a rooftop where you can find a comfortable seat. You may not know this but The Chef was named as the best spot to watch the alleyways of Hoi An from higher up.
Cocobox in Hoi An
If you’re hankering to satisfy a sweet tooth or re-energize with something healthy, check out Cocobox. Part of the Hoi An Roastery chain, Cocobox specializes in fresh organic juice blends, smoothies, sandwiches, all-day breakfasts and savory sweets in an airy, light-drenched atmosphere that screams ‘health’. As much tourist gift shop as coffee shop, Cocobox is packed to the rafters with beautifully packaged take-home gifts ranging from coffee mugs, candles and locally roasted coffees to homemade syrups. So, for a souvenir that requires minimum shopping effort, pop in to one of the three Cocoboxes around town, or just browse as you wait for your coffee, juice or healthy wholemeal sandwich.
Address: 94 Le Loi
Opening time: 9am – 9 pm (closed Sundays)