Coffee shops with quiet space, reasonable sockets, medium-sized tables, and chairs are the first choice of many diners when they want to focus on working and meeting deadlines.
If you are looking for a place to work, read a book or simply just want to enjoy a quiet space alone, the following 4 names are reasonable suggestions for you.
Restaurants are evaluated based on 5 criteria:
- Location, ease of finding
- Service attitude
- Drink quality
Not possessing too large an area, Ca Re is still on the list of restaurants suitable for sitting and working. The decor is retro in style with contrasting green and red colors to create a feeling of warmth and closeness. Doors and windows use glass so they are airy.
|Photo: Carrot coffee.|
The shop is located on the 6th floor of an apartment building on Nguyen Van Trang street, quite easy to find due to the frontage location. However, diners have to keep the car below for a fee of 10,000 VND/car then take the elevator up.
During the week, the shop is not too crowded, customers mainly use laptops. You have many choices from a single table for 1-2 people to a group area, an electrical outlet located next to it. However, the single table is round and small, so it is a bit difficult to place a laptop or note documents.
The menu is diverse, including drinks and snacks such as flan, scones, pasta. I was recommended by staff to try Salted Caramel Coldbrew. Coffee costs 59,000 VND, served in a 200 ml bottle, enough for 2 pours into a glass, so it is quite reasonable.
Enthusiastic staff. The shop also prepares a shoe dryer for customers in the rainy season, panadol, multivitamins, some chargers, urgo, hair elastic… I appreciate this delicate customer care.
Daily Dose – Coffee & Plants
Daily Dose is easy to find as the area is popular with young people, surrounded by many outstanding restaurants. When you arrive, you should ask the parking lot of this cafe to avoid losing 10,000 VND for keeping.
|Ảnh: Daily Dose – Coffee & Plants.|
The restaurant is small and doesn’t have many seats, but the location of the tables far apart makes me feel comfortable and private enough. The mezzanine area is for diners who need absolute quiet and concentration. My favorite is the large sunny window overlooking the green trees on Ton That Dam street.
There are also single tables and group tables, enough for working and using laptops. On weekends, many people spend time drawing and working, some young people take pictures to check-in, but it doesn’t affect much.
The drink menu is diverse, the taste is good, can be mentioned as traditional coffee, coldbrew, milk tea, fruit tea… the price ranges from 35,000-59,000 VND/cup.
Hide – Saigon Café
Hiding is my favorite coffee shop that I often go to when I need to focus on work. Located on the front of Ngo Tat To Street, but if you don’t pay close attention, it’s easy for diners to ignore this space. When you arrive, you keep your car in the opposite parking lot. The shop will refund 5,000 VND parking fee upon payment.
|Photo: Hide – Saigon Café.|
The shop is divided into 3 areas, the outside is near the bartender, the middle part is like a small garden with many trees. The two spaces are arranged with small tables, suitable for sitting and chatting.
The innermost room is for diners to sit and work with medium-sized tables and chairs. However, the room is quite dark, not suitable if you come to study or read a book.
Many times when I come here, I choose Lavendula coffee for 55,000 VND/cup. A 250 ml bottle of 99,000 VND is an option if you go with 2 people or want to save money. Coffee is strong, moderately sweet, with a faint lavender scent
Friendly staff, often refilling filtered water for customers.
Reading Cabin is a shop that sells stationery such as fountain pens, ballpoint pens, paintbrushes, ink, paper, notebooks, etc., combining a mini library space with books of literature, poetry, art, history, and literature. chemical.
|Photo: Reading Cabin.|
The shop is located in a quiet alley on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai street. Guests can park for free on the opposite side. To avoid losing time, you should notify the staff to receive a free card.
The shop space is small but diverse, the ground floor sells stationery products, the loft is a mini library. In addition, you can chat comfortably, watching the street from the terrace with many trees.
The quietest area here is the mini library. Customers are reminded to keep quiet and speak softly with cute notes posted on the wall.
Diners order water at the small kiosk in front or hand-pick the drinks in the refrigerator, prices range from 35,000-60,000 VND. However, I do not overestimate the taste of the drinks here, the milk coffee is quite bland, and the drinks are not diverse.