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The Best Coffee In Hội An, Vietnam

The Best Coffee In Hội An, Vietnam

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Anyone who has visited Vietnam will have seen the famous Vietnamese coffee t-shirt, inspired by the Starbuck’s logo. Vietnam is known for its incredible coffee and is a strong exporter of it. Iced coffee, ca phe da, is a must-try; it’s a dark roast coffee brewed with a small filter and added to sweetened condensed milk. Here is a list of the best coffee joints in the ancient town of Hội An.

Mia Coffee

Mia Coffee has been praised for offering the best non-Vietnamese coffee in all of Hội An, if not Vietnam. The coffee shop is small, with porch-style seating in the front, and a balcony from which you can get a great street view. There are plenty of fans to keep you cool and Wi-Fi is also available. Should you desire to take some house-roasted coffee back with you, the staff will help you grind and package their beans.

May Concept

Hidden away on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai is May Concept, the ideal retreat for enjoying a quiet cup of coffee. May Concept is a small Franco-Vietnamese shop-house filled with dark wood furniture. The coffee lounge area exists beside a handicrafts shop and garden, in which there is a lily pond. The coffee here is freshly roasted in-house and Vietnamese. Emphasize that you like your coffee strong if you want a true Vietnamese experience – locals tend to think Westerners drink weak coffee.


GAM is a private museum containing unique Vietnamese stones and has a fantastic coffee shop situated at the back. Consisting of a shady courtyard garden cafe, GAM is another idyllic retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the streets of Hội An. Their ca phe da is delicious, so be sure to try that here if you don’t do so anywhere else. Should you wish to move on to stronger drinks as the day progresses, there is also a wine bar on the second floor.

Bep Truong

Situated above Hội An’s largest bookshop lies Bep Truong – one of Hội An’s hidden secrets. There is plenty to keep you entertained here – they offer Wi-Fi, their shelves are lined with coffee table reads, and there is a rooftop from which to view the entire town. They serve traditional Vietnamese coffee and Western options so there is something for all coffee lovers.

Reaching Out Tea House

Reaching Out Tea House is a beautiful space where great coffee meets great social work. The shop employs speech and hearing impaired Vietnamese people, with the profits working towards training and employing more disabled people. Reaching Out started as a shop and expanded to build a tea house. Their Fair Trade policy makes their coffee ethical and delicious.