Vesty Café is nestled in a small street in the city centre and features a wide variety of Hanoi-style drinks, as its owner is from the capital.

on February 07,2017 12:00 AM


The space has a nostalgic ambience, with an old bicycle hanging from the wall and loud speakers, a fan and a TV that are a couple of decades old scattered around. It’s wooden tables and chairs as well as the pictures adorning the walls are also timeworn.

The café has an open layout, sans air conditioning, yet feels cool thanks to the plants at the entrance. There are only about 30 seats and it’s often crowded with customers keen on the good flavours of coffee and fruit juices popular in Hanoi.

Customers can also have lunch at fair prices designed for office workers. It also sells several types of home-ground coffee such as Robusta, Peaberry, Arabica, and Macadamia.

Coffee starts from VND14,000 a cup. Open from 6am to 6pm.

Vesty Café

58 Nguyen Phi Khanh, D.1, HCMC

Tel: 0937 700 756

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