One sentence that encompasses the feeling of this cafe that the decoration is very colorful, lively, and cool, emanating the feeling of youth and enthusiasm. Mango Rooms has two distinct rooms, one facing Hoi An ancient town street and one facing Bach Dang street on the Hoai riverside. The former room is designed with pure Vietnamese style, fitting with the background of the ancient town. The second room is more colorful and bright.
Each room offers different experiences, that is why this place is so unique. The one facing the ancient town will bring you back to the old times of Hoi An. A cup of tea is best for this space because tea is slow and gentle. The other room will bring you the fresh air from Hoai river.
Address: 111 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Hoi An city
Reaching Out Tea House
You may find that this tea house is often silent. The reason for this is the employees here are deaf. This place is one of the most silent areas in Hoi An, where you can discover the beauty of the quiet.
Reaching Out Tea House offers tasty organic tea and coffee in the cozy space of an old house. It is not only cozy because of the space, but also because of its unique environment. Take its name for example: reaching out. You can learn how to reach out to people without using words. Silence is also a method to communicate and understand others.
On each table is a small tray containing pieces of paper. You will order your drinks by writing down your preference on the paper. There are also some small wooden tiles on the table with common phrases like “thank you”, “coffee”, “milk”, and “ice”. Place these tiles on the table and the staff will help you.
Address: 131 Tran Phu street, Hoi An city
LE Fê Cafétéria
Situated on a small alley on Phan Chu Trinh street and totally obscured from the view is the LE Fê Cafétéria. Therefore, many tourists often miss this wonderful place.
The first highlight of the LE Fê Cafétéria is its small faded wooden signboard. When going inside, tourists can enjoy the peaceful and large open space. There are three small compartments in total. The outside and the last compartments are open space in which there are green trees and natural light. The middle one is used to display old-fashioned objects, such as books, old televisions, dial phones, and so on.
Address: No 3, Lane 69 Phan Chau Trinh Street, Hoi An city
Cocobox is a combination of a café and farm shop, a very popular model in Europe nowadays. At Cocobox, you can enjoy a western-style breakfast, try exotic juices and blended smoothies, and buy some high quality produce for your family such as coffee, honey, tea, spices, coconut oil, etc.
Especially, Cocobox offers a great number of juices and smoothies blended from fresh fruits and vegetables, with such original names as Relax Thu Bon, Good Morning Hoi An, An Bang Colada, etc. The juices and smoothies are original not only in terms of names, but also in the way ingredients are mixed and chosen.
Address: No. 94 Le Loi Street, Hoi An City
Cocobana is one of the spotlights on the coffee shop map in Hoi An. This cafe occupies a small corner which combines simplicity and colorfulness, tradition and creativity. Bamboo ladders, non la (conical palm-leaf hat), and special furniture together create a cozy but lively space. You can observe the traditional tools made of all different types of bamboo that decorate the shop such as fish catchers, chairs, and hammocks.
From the main door, you go through the garden and then reach the tea room. The design of Cocobana makes you feel comfortable, as if you could spend your whole day enjoying the tranquil environment, sipping your coffee or tea, and floating with your book.
Address: 16 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Hoi An city