Emerging coffee places make people in Hanoi fascinated, take advantage of the weekend to check in right away to have sparkling pictures posted at the end of the year.
The last days of the year are approaching, besides walking around the streets together, sitting in beautiful cafes is also fun and not to be missed by young people in Hanoi.
Referring to the beautiful cafes in Hanoi, perhaps not even tomorrow. There are not only familiar shops, but every month and every season, new cafes appear to attract young people. Each place has completely different design styles, ask why Hanoi’s young people are not “addicted” to dressing up, inviting each other to go to coffee day in and day out.
Quickly save the coordinates of the new cafes below to have “hot hit” photos for a brilliant year-end!
Bonjour Cafe 2
Bonjour Cafe has just opened its 2nd facility in the Tay Ho area with Korean style, making people invite each other to check-in. If anyone has ever visited the prominent Bonjour cafe at the corner of Nguyen Dinh Thi street (West Lake area), then surely just by looking at it, you can guess that this new place is “brother”.
It’s still Tay Ho, it’s still rustic and minimalist, but the new facility is brighter, younger and more modern. The “roaming” facade is the plus point of the shop when combining the swaying reeds for the virtual check-in society.
Bonjour attracts passersby through tall green trees, strangely designed railings and transparent glass umbrellas filled with natural light. The shop also has a parking space for cars spread both on the summer and in the basement.
On weekdays Bonjour 2 seems quieter, it could be a favorite destination for workaholics with the “special product” being electrical outlets everywhere, including outside on the balcony. On weekends or evenings it will be a bit more crowded and noisy.
The menu is quite diverse with coffees, teas, juices and cakes. If you are looking for a place to pocket some photos like Korea, this coordinate is an ideal place for you.
Address: 11 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho, Hanoi
Opening hours: 08:00 – 23:00
Price: 45,000 VND – 70,000 VND
Moment Of Life
Talking about the coffee shop that is taking over the social network of Hanoi’s youth, we can immediately mention the name Moment Of Life. Although it just opened not long ago, this is one of the coordinates that is loved by many young people.
With a gentle name, the space of the restaurant is also in a warm style, but especially in that each corner is meticulously decorated to create many different virtual living corners. With a prominent orange color, Moment Of Life also easily attracts everyone’s attention.
Photo: @ngocdiepstagram, @momentoflife.
Discovering the area inside is completely different because it is covered by warm brown tones that are both luxurious and still very youthful. In addition to private corners for people to study and work to meet deadlines, there are also cozy spaces to sit and chat. Besides, there is an outdoor area which is also very chill.
Although the space is unique and new, the bar’s drinks are not really diverse, especially winter drinks that have not been updated. In return, the drinks are decorated very eye-catching. Add a new place for virtual people to take pictures of “fire”.
Address: No. 7 Nguyen Ngoc Doan, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 07:00 – 23:00
Price: 40,000 VND – 70,000 VND
Tranquil Books & Coffee
Tranquil Books & Coffee is a coffee shop that is too familiar to many young Hanoians. A coffee rendezvous that is loved by many people because of its quiet space and also very “love”. Tranquil has many facilities and it seems that each location is unique because the location is always located deep in a small alley or a small alley. It seems that the name of the shop says it all, “tranquil” – quiet, “books” – books and “coffee” – coffee.
This is the newest space of Tranquil located on Cao Ba Quat street, because it is located deep inside, it is easy to miss this place if anyone does not pay attention. The overall restaurant still has the same warm and quiet style as other establishments, but the difference is the large courtyard located in the villa area with a more modern and youthful design.
The shop has a space outside the corner of the yard and the sky is quite open, decorated with many low chairs and smaller tables suitable for sitting and chatting or simply reading. The house is quiet, suitable for working and studying, but the tables are also relatively few, mainly seating in the bar area.
Drinks at Tranquil are not too different from other establishments, still tea and coffee lines, especially warm and hot drinks for the cold winter in Hanoi. The shop also plays soft and old-fashioned music, so whether working or relaxing, it is very suitable. But please note that this establishment is only open until 5pm and then closes.
Address: 19 Cao Ba Quat, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 08:00 – 17:00
Price: 40,000 VND – 80,000 VND
Hầm Trú Ẩn
The shelter is a familiar name for the coffee-loving society, addicted to virtual living. Probably supported and loved by many diners, that’s why the bunker constantly has new facilities that make people have to look forward to check-in right away.
Not as mysterious and hard to find as the name suggests, the new coordinates of the bunker are located right on the street of Quan Thanh. The space here is airy with 3 spacious floors. Although this facility is new, it still retains the soul of the tunnel with unique designs with unfinished pieces of wall, but it is not wild but brings a more modern and youthful feeling.
Each corner of the shop is carefully invested in sync with the theme. In particular, the shop also has an open space on the 3rd floor that is very chill, even though it is located close to the road, it is not entangled with dust because it is surrounded by green trees. The stew’s drinks are still as diverse as other stews, the prices are the same, the most impressive is the orange-citrus peach tea with crunchy, succulent peach pieces.
Address: 86 Quan Thanh, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 08:30 – 23:00
Price: 30,000 VND – 40,000 VND
Nuong Coffee & Cocktails
A coffee shop is like a peaceful place in the heart of noisy and bustling Hanoi. It sounds boring, but in fact, a lot of young people choose to shop. Because sometimes the things that make people fall in love are surprisingly simple.
Hearing the name “Nuong” is quite strange and feels like this is a cafe with an ancient style or in other words like going back to the subsidy period. But entering And entering Nuong immediately feels the classic space, warm but still very modern.
A special feature here is selling coffee in the morning and closing after 6pm to sell alcohol. The impression of the restaurant is a cozy, quiet, sunny space. Inside, there is a space with tables and chairs of European-style restaurants, very suitable for sitting and working.
Drinks are all kinds of tea and coffee, the tea is prepared quite well. Although this model is not too new, to have a space that is both chill and beautiful, you must visit Nuong.
Address: 2nd Floor, 281 Doi Can, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 08:00-18:00 & 19:00 – 01:00
Price: 40,000 VND – 220,000 VND.
Located in a prime location in the heart of Hanoi, just a few steps from the cathedral, Hiphub is a brand new small complex that has been loved by many young people. Here, the 1st floor is the flower club, above there is a small attic of The Bookshelf and the 2-3-4 floor is the coffee space of Hiphub.
With a unique decor, Hiphub is quite easy to attract attention when passing by because the shop is decorated with many eye-catching tones. The cafe area is designed quite spaciously with many tables, although not too big, but enough for studying and working. The space here is also cool and quiet. In addition to the indoor area, there is also a corner outside the balcony which is quite chill but a bit small.
Especially up to the 4th floor, you will feel that this place brings an open, dynamic and fun atmosphere for young people, the highlight is the sparkling bridge lamp that makes this location more unique. The shop’s drinks are diverse with teas and mainly use teapresso (tea extracted by machine like coffee), cold brewed tea, so the tea is clear, quite impressive. In addition to the coffee space, the colorful downstairs book and flower shop area is also an attraction for young people to come to chek-in.
Address: 45 Ly Quoc Su, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Giờ mở cửa: 08:00 – 23:00
Giá cả: 60.000 đồng – 85.000 đồng
Another place in the “new opening season” for you to refer to is Annamoi, here not only a cafe space, but rather a complex with an exhibition of paintings, flowers and amenities. The shop is located on Hang Bun street, very easy to find. Annamoi’s cash door easily reminds people of Hoi An or Hue.
Annamoi’s space is quite large and airy, with a slight direction of Hanoi’s ancient villas. The impressive point of the shop is that it has a wooden door like an old generation house, although it is still a glass door inside. The coffee sitting area is not too large, the layout is also very simple with a couple of low tables and chairs. Sitting and drinking coffee, talking with friends is very suitable, but also limit talking too loudly because the distance between the two tables is a bit close.
If you like to see the street, you can sit outside, if you like quiet, you can sit behind the house, this place is not suitable for studying or working. There is no coffee machine here, mainly tea, in which whole leaf milk tea is quite delicious and loved by many people. The drinks here are also named after places such as Dong Xuan, Ben Thanh or Chi Lang which are quite unique and most of the drinks here are used in paper cups.
Photo: @bemycoffee, @tuechiv.
Going deep inside will have a small painting exhibition with impressive works of art, the 2nd floor will lead to the flower shop and tree shop. This is the ideal coordinate to enjoy Hanoi during the changing seasons.
Address: 21-23 Hang Bun, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 8:00 – 22:00
Price: 45,000 VND – 50,000 VND
Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)