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The famous website for architecture, Archdaily, publishes pictures of some Vietnamese cafes because of their beautiful design and unique ideas.

Den Da is located at 1A Le Thi Rieng, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, highlighting a street corner with blue tones and red bricks. The coffee shop design concept focuses on recreating the old Saigon atmosphere. Photo: Valor Studio

Designer Ksoul Studio uses classic materials and colors, including whetstone and terracotta tiles, two materials used mainly in households in Ho Chi Minh City in the past. The next highlight is the clear glass windows, allowing visitors to enjoy the view and the street from any position in the restaurant. Photo: Valor Studio

The 59 Cafe located at the end of alley 59 Hai Phong Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang , was conceived by architect Le Trong Vu, 42 years old, to renovate from a simple three-storey house, construction took 3 months. The shop has a modern architectural style, using concrete colors, accompanied by iron and raw bricks. Photo: Nguyen Dong

The shop is attractive thanks to its architectural and interior style, with large courtyards with many trees and beautiful views. In addition, the space of the shop is also cleverly arranged into areas for guests to work. Photo: Nguyen Dong

Koi Cafe & Showroom at 646 Lang Street, Dong Da, Hanoi is famous as one of the capital’s most unique themed cafes. The shop impresses with its facade built of red ceramic yin and yang tiles and roof garden, once voted by Archdaily as an impressive work in the category “Hotel, resort, cafe” in 2018 Photo: Ha Thanh

The unique feature is sitting in the cafe enjoying coffee, guests can watch and feed Koi fish, or soak their feet in the water to get massage with small fish. Photo: Ha Thanh

No 1986 is one of the must-have cafes in the Hai Phong food tour schedule, which has become a trend in recent times. The shop is located at 33 Dinh Tien Hoang, Hong Bang district. The restaurant’s architecture is inspired by the crow’s beak scarf worn by Northern women. From the outside, diners are easily impressed with the raw brick layer combined with glass, both modern and classic. Photo: Hiroyuki Oki

The restaurant has a total of 3 floors, arranged tables and chairs far apart to create an airy feeling, plenty of space for guests to sit. Many guests come here to compare the interior space as a miniature garden because of the decoration of many trees and natural light from the transparent glass roof. Photo: Hiroyuki Oki

From the outside, diners may not realize that Bonte Cafe is a coffee shop because it is “hidden” by trees. The shop is located at 99 Le Hong Phong, Hoi An, Quang Nam, which is the area adjacent to the old town and new residential area. Photo: Nguyen Hoang Son

Yen Architecture wishes to bring nature into the project. Diners are immersed in the space with a variety of tall and low trees and vines. Therefore, even at noon, diners sitting and drinking coffee will not be hot. The folding door system can extend to the maximum extent of the roof, while blurring the boundary between inside and outside. In the middle of this open space, a cup of coffee is like a catalyst to help people get closer to each other. Photo: Nguyen Hoang Son

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