Open to the old days

A recent arrival to Hanoi’s café community, Mo Cua quickly attracted a lot of customers with its name, which means ‘open’ and reminds many of the time when Vietnam’s started to open up to the world.

on January 27,2017 12:00 AM

Open to the old days

The wooden furniture is arranged under dim lighting by dark walls to portray a typical home or coffee shop in the 1980s. While going back in time, guests can also enjoy a modern time outside of its big windows. Thanks to its location on the shores of West Lake it also offers a peaceful view over the calming waters. The menu is quite basic, like cafés in the old days, with Vietnamese coffee and black tea, together with newer additions like hot chocolate, juices and bottled beer. Prices start from a reasonable VND25,000.

MO CUA CAFÉ

195 Trich Sai, Tay Ho Dist., Hanoi

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