The best coffee shops in District 2, Saigon

08/05/2019   1.139  4.1/5 trong 5 rates 
The best coffee shops in District 2, Saigon
When you live in Saigon, especially in District 2, you might need to find the best place to work. You need a place to fully focus on your work and also to meet your partners. So here are 6 coffee shops to know.

  • Kokois Coffee

    Kokois CoffeeKokois Coffee

    Kokois Coffee is a one-stop coffee shop that offers a bright and cheerful cafe perfectly suited for anyone trying to get a little work done. They offer a wide selection of food from requisite salad, sandwiches, and also steak and cannot forget the ever popular Eggs Benedict. Kokois is where you can find the best flavor of the traditional American breakfast.

    It is such a place that you may even find yourself stopping in multiple mornings to enjoy your choice of espresso, latte, americano, or tea. Come here later in the day and you might want to even try one of their many cocktails. Also, Kokois Coffee is environmentally-friendly in more ways than just one. Right from the moment you have stepped through the Kokois Coffee’s doors, you will be feeling like you are stepping inside a Vietnamese-style house.

    Address: No 24 Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

  • The Loop

    The LoopThe Loop

    In an area with so many excellent cafes and restaurants, The Loop stands out as a fine example of both. Their menu is varied, delicious and features succulent French and American flavors. We think you will love their décor, a relaxing balance between comfort and style. Be sure to try their breakfast. They have options for everyone, whether you are a protein-heavy meat eater or a leafy green vegetarian.

    Address: No 49 Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Soma Art Cafe

    Soma Art Cafe Soma Art Cafe

    This arty coffee shop is located on 6b Le Van Mien street. You have an indoor and outdoor. Many regular visitors come everyday. You will many painting on sale on the wall. The place offers coffee like Americano and Vietnamese ice milk coffee, but also fresh apple juice with cinnamon for 60,000 VND. With their comfy armchairs, it is definitely a great place where to work from.

    Address: No 6b Le Van Mien, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Villa Royale Antiques and Tea Room

    Villa Royale Antiques and Tea RoomVilla Royale Antiques and Tea Room

    The decor in Villa Royale is about as eclectic as you will ever find, and it is all for sale as well. Villa Royale is famous for their high tea and desserts, bringing in many repeat customers to have another go at their divine cakes and pastries.

    Address: No 3 Tran Ngoc Dien, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Casba Saigon

    Casba SaigonCasba Saigon

    Casba was a secret when it first opened, but not anymore. They are an oasis of fun, where you can sip on amazing cocktails, take a dip in the pool, try your hand at lawn bowling, or just sit around and chat. This is a great way to spend a chill afternoon, but they also know how to have a good time once the sun goes down.

    Address: No 37 Xuan Thuy, Thao Dien, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Thai Cong Warehouse

    Thai Cong WarehouseThai Cong Warehouse

    What is one of the most important thing in a cafe that keeps you focus on the task at hand? If design if a major factor for you, then the Thai Cong Warehouse is a go to. Even those who have gone to all coffee shops in Saigon have to say that the Thai Cong Warehouse is one of the best.

    From the moment you step inside, you will feel like being in a “real” house. They have meticulously selected every single luxury item inside for their potential to embellish daily life. The savory dishes and cakes are great, too – provided that you want to try Vietnamese fusion, grilled lamb tenderloin, or grilled French duck breast.

    Address: No 215 A1 Nguyen Van Huong Street, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

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