The very best coffee shops for couples in Ho Chi Minh City (part 3)
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Such a busy metropolis where many cultures collide, Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon in Southern Vietnam is one of the best honeymoon destinations for couples. Are you planning to have your Vietnam honeymoon in Ho Chi Minh City? Expect a lot of things to do and a lot of places to visit. But do you know where to go when you two want to take a break between these destinations? It should be the coffee shops.
Below are our recommendations on the very best coffee shops for couples in a wealth of awesome cafes in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Shin Coffee
- Address: No 13 Nguyen Thiep Street (Nguyễn Thiệp), Ben Nghe Ward (Bến Nghé), District 1, Ho Chi Minh City;
- Opening hours: 7.30.A.M-11.00.P.M;
- Price range: about VND 100,000 (USD 4.3)
- Phone: +84 98 902 43 62;
- Website: shincoffee.vn
Those who are enjoying their Vietnam honeymoon may be almost impressed by a sense of déjà vu right after entering the Shin Coffee in District 1 in Ho Chi Minh City since the Shin Coffee’s founder – Mr. Nguyen Huu Long took the inspiration for his coffee shop and its decoration from Japanese culture. Cozy sofas and armchairs together with these well-decorated brick walls are dotted around this impressive replica of the shop’s Giesen coffee roaster and the 3rd floor that has now been changed into a full-blown cafe training center.
What can you order here? There’s a lot to try! Vietnamese-, Japanese-, and Italian-inspired goodies, from a quick espresso and white Shin blend double shot to Saigonese-styled coffee (cà phê sữa đá) – which are all freshly made with in-house roasted coffee and on-site brewing tools.
DRAGO SPECIALTY COFFEE
Drago Specialty Coffee
- Address: No 68 Ngo Duc Ke Street (Ngô Đức Kế), Ben Nghe Ward (Bến Nghé), District 1, Ho Chi Minh City;
- Opening hours: 8.00.A.M-6.00.P.M;
- Price range: VND 35,000 – 150,000 (USD 1.5-6.5);
- Telephone: +84 1225084723.
For couples on their Vietnam honeymoon tour looking for a great cup of coffee in the very heart of District 1 in Saigon, Drago Specialty Coffee – a coffee shop in the city center with a real passion for serving guests the best-quality Vietnamese coffee – is always a good place to visit. Here, couples are free to order and try some of a wide array of hot and cold drinks including various coffees made using their excellent Vietnamese-sourced Robusta coffee beans and imported coffee beans. Whether it is the coffee beans from Buon Me Thuot (Buôn Mê Thuột) in Daklak Province or Cầu Đất (Cau Dat) in Lam Dong Province or an unusual blend of Vietnamese Robusta and Ethiopia, they are all freshly roasted on site to create the best coffee flavor.
Besides great-quality coffees, Drago Specialty Coffee also offers teas, hot chocolates, and a small selection of mouthwatering desserts of the week – which are all meticulously handmade with high-quality ingredients. Not only one of the greatest places to stop by for a cup of coffee at any time of the day from 8.00.A.M. to 6.00.P.M., Drago Specialty Coffee is also a popular address where you can buy an espresso coffee, a coffee gift set, or a premium offering of Moka coffee (limited) as a souvenir of your Vietnam honeymoon to take home.
BOSGAURUS COFFEE ROASTERS
Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters
- Address: Saigon Pearl, No 92 Nguyen Huu Canh Street (Nguyễn Hữu Cảnh), Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City;
- Opening hours: 7.00.A.M-9.00.P.M;
- Price range: VND 50,000 – 200,000 (USD 2.2-8.7);
Often hailed as one of the best cafes for couples in Saigon, Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters is a spot to visit on your Vietnam tour for couple. These two separate coffee bars at Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters offer an array of drinks with the preparation done by the two Giesens. To go with your Vietnamese cà phê sữa đá by Arabica beans, you can also order a savory dish like pasta or a snack and a freshly made pastry.
As the world’s 2nd largest coffee producing country, Vietnam is well-known worldwide for its passion for great quality coffee, and over the past few years, Ho Chi Minh City has witnessed a rise in the number of lovely coffee shops. As a result, couples on their Vietnam honeymoon will have no difficulty finding a place to best suit themselves.