If you’re looking for a day of café-hopping but don’t fancy being confined to the Old Quarter, Hai Ba Trung is the perfect place to go. Jam-packed with intriguing alleyways and hidden cafés, there’s more than enough choice of spots to get your coffee fix.
Tree is not the only greenery-filled café in Hanoi, but it’s certainly one of the best. It isn’t just handsomely filled with colorful furniture and sprouting plants, it also has actual comfortable seating – bliss!
Pay Fika a visit if you fancy exploring one of Hanoi’s most fascinating streets. Not only is it beautifully lined with trees, it also has a rather amusing history of being fired upon by birds – head to the blog to find out more.
The luxurious D’Alice isn’t just a pretty café, it’s got an amazing choice of aromatic teas and home-made baked goods too, not to mention abundant fresh milk and honey. This is the place to go if you want to impress your company.
Of all the house-cum-cafés in Hanoi, L’etage may be one of the most obviously residential – complete with a living room and pet lizard in the middle of it all. The bonus is that the family of staff make you feel right at home!
Le Petit is just as miniature as it sounds, and all the more charming for it. If you manage not to hit your head while climbing the stairs, perch at one of the few tables and enjoy the surprisingly quiet surroundings.
Explore the rest of our reviewed cafés on our brand new Hanoi Hideaway Map below.