Hoi An is best known for its old town charm. Its well-preserved ancient architecture and atmospheric mood make it a lovely destination. While roaming the streets of Hoi An, why not grab a cup of coffee and discover its quaint cafes in the area? Here are some spots you shouldn’t miss!
The Hill Station
The nostalgic cafe called The Hill Station is housed in an old French house. It’s mostly known for its deli’s meat and cheeses, but they also serve Vietnamese dishes. Upon entering the cafe, you’ll feel the warmth of the old times, as seen in the rustic vibe that the place emanates. Aside from their coffee, craft beers are also a must-try here.
Address: 321 Nguyen Duy Hieu, Hoi An, Vietnam
Operating Hours: 7 am to 10 pm (Monday to Sunday)
Hoi An Roastery
One of the most popular coffee spots in Hoi An is Hoi An Roastery, a coffee house that serves local specialty coffee. They partner with local coffee farmers in producing unique robusta, arabica, and espresso on their cup of coffee. Its flagship location was opened in 2015 along the Japanese Bridge in Hoi An. This two-story coffee shop provides scenic street views of the city and offers gourmet food and specialty drinks.
Address: Japanese Bridge, 135 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An, Vietnam
Operating Hours: 7:30 am to 8:30 pm (Monday to Sunday)
This cafe started with close friends My and Thuy’s dream that eventually became a reality. This cozy little cafe lets you enjoy an atmospheric coffee time. Serving all-day breakfast and smoothie bowls, the cafe offers filling dishes to its guests. They have an alfresco dining area if you want to enjoy the outdoor breeze. Bring a book next time you visit to enjoy your time at Rosie’s.
Address: 02 Mac Dinh Chi, Hoi An, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
Operating Hours: 8 am to 4 pm (Monday to Saturday) Closed on Sundays
Tiem Ca Phe Hoi An 1975
Travel back in time and see old-world Saigon in this cafe called Tiem Ca Phe Hoi An 1975. Going inside this coffee shop feels like a museum trip as retro decors and decades-old memorabilia adorn the whole place. This cafe exudes a warm and friendly vibe as if you’re visiting an old friend’s home.
Address: 164/14 Lý Thường Kiệt Hoi An, Quảng Nam Province, Vietnam
Operating Hours: 6 am to 10 pm (Monday to Sunday)
Reaching Out Teahouse
This lovely little teahouse is a tranquil spot to enjoy a cup of joe alone. This teahouse employs deaf and hard-of-hearing people, giving them an opportunity to learn skills. This oasis in the city offers light meals such as biscuits tea and Vietnamese coffee great for afternoon snacks. The highlight of the teahouse is traditional Vietnamese tea service, so try their tasting sets when you visit.
Address: 131 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An, Quang Nam 560000, Vietnam
Operating Hours: 8 am to 6:30 pm (Monday to Sunday); Closed on Tuesdays
This hidden coffee garden called Phin Coffee is tucked away in the old town, a favorite among tourists longing for peace and quiet. It’s a coffee shop where you can quietly enjoy a cup of coconut coffee and avocado toast. Try something other than your usual Vietnamese coffee because they’ve got interesting coffee concoctions, like egg coffee and peanut butter coffee. It’s a little hard to find, but it’s well worth discovering.
Address: 132/7 Tran Phu Street Or the end of alley 60 Le Loi street, Hoi An 560000 Vietnam
Operating Hours: 8 am to 5:30 pm