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Four idiosyncratic coffee shops in Hue

In Bao Vinh old town, there is a coffee shop that used to be the scene of the movie Mat Biec, and the “gut” address for craft coffee enthusiasts is T Roaster.

Four idiosyncratic coffee shops in Hue
Mat Biec – movie scene
Coffee Mat Biec Cafe is located at the beginning of the road to Bao Vinh old town, emerging after being the setting in the movie of the same name by director Victor Vu released in 2019. The space inside The shop remains as “House of the Netherlands” in the movie with the interior decoration that evokes many nostalgic features of the 1960s – 1970s. Photo: Khanh Tran
Diners who come here often take pictures to check-in at the front of the shop with antique cars, the bridge where Holland and Ngan confided and visit Bao Vinh old town. The menu is simple with basic types of tea, coffee, and refreshments, priced from 20,000 VND each. Address: Bao Vinh old town, Huong Vang. Opening hours: 6am – 10pm. Photo: Vo Thanh
Midori Sweet – Japanese-style pastry coffee
This is a lovely pastry cafe located on a cool little street in the heart of Hue city. Midori Sweet’s space outside the house also has a courtyard with a patio full of green trees. This address attracts customers because of its diverse drinks and many delicious and delicate pastries. Photo: Midori Sweet
All cakes and drinks are made very carefully by the owner who studied baking in Japan, the highlights that are liked by guests include cheesecake, durian sponge cake, bamboo charcoal roll cake filled with green tea. … If not enjoying coffee, diners can order drinks from pressed vegetables or healthy rice tea. The price of each dish is 18,000 VND. Address: Ly Tu Trong Street, Xuan Phu. Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Photo: Midori Sweet
HANOK – Korean-style coffee
As the name suggests, the shop is designed inspired by Korean traditional house architecture (hanok house) with doors, wooden tables and chairs, tile roof… Spacious garden space , inside the large glass door for guests to sit anywhere can see the outside. Photo: Hanok
The menu is unique and Korean when there are many tea dishes such as red apple, Thanh Yen, Korean cereal, sweet rice water… Price per drink from 25,000 VND. Guests in addition to coming here to gather with friends to enjoy food and drink can also rent a hanbok to take pictures and check in. Address: Nguyen Cong Tru Street. Opening hours: 7am – 10pm. Photo: Ngan Duong
T Roaster – Hand-roasted coffee
The shop is the “gut” address for those who love to enjoy handmade coffee because it is prepared from the origin of the bean, the stages of roasting, grinding, producing coffee, and making it into drinks. . Nestled on the quiet Su Van Hanh street, with green Indian chrysanthemum trees in front of the door and large windows overlooking the green fields, T Roaster is the ideal “escape” spot for you to sip a cup of coffee. hand brew. Photo: T Roaster
The drink menu is mainly coldbrew, mocha, capuchino, latte… and 3-4 kinds of tea, yogurt, with prices from 20,000 VND. Address: Su Van Hanh Street, Huong Long. Opening hours: 7am – 6pm. Photo: T Roaster

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