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Coffee shops open all night in the center of Ho Chi Minh City

The shop has a beautiful space, and a variety of drinks, suitable for night-out visitors

In Ho Chi Minh City, you can drink coffee at any time of the day. This weekend (February 11-12), if you have the opportunity to come to Ho Chi Minh City to participate in the VnExpress Marathon Ho Chi Minh City Midnight 2023, runners and visitors can visit the following cafes that are open all night, near the departure place. distribute and finish the tournament (Tao Dan Park and Zoo Botanical Garden, District 1).

Kai Coffee

The shop has a quiet, spacious space, designed in a modern style, with many tables and convenient sockets for frequent laptop users. The shop has free parking staff, but the parking space is often not fixed, so it is difficult for customers to find a car when leaving.

The drinks that score points are caramel macchiato, pink guava strawberry tea, hazelnut milk tea, priced from 25,000 VND to 50,000 VND.($1=24,000 VND)

Address: 139 Nguyen Thai Binh, District 1.

Coffee shops open all night in the center of Ho Chi Minh City
Photo: Kai Coffee

Opera Tea Club

The shop is fully equipped with air conditioning, high-speed wifi and a pillow, a place to sleep for you to rest comfortably. The design of the shop is in a vintage style with old furniture, yellow lights, quite dark, but quiet.

The shop is commented that the price of drinks is high, about VND 50,000 – VND 60,000 a glass, but each payment, customers will be given a buy 1 get 1 voucher to help save for the next time.

Address: 39 Ly Tu Trong, Ben Nghe, District 1.

Photo: Opera Tea Club

Food Coffee

The restaurant has an exterior design with rustic touches, from wood and unplastered bricks. The space is quite small and there are mosquitoes, but there is a spacious private car park not far from the shop. Many diners commented that the staff often showed an unpleasant attitude.

The shop is located in the center, so it is very crowded until morning. The menu is diverse with prices from 20,000 VND to 44,000 VND.

Address: 37 Ly Tu Trong, District 1.

Photo: Thuc Cafe

Step Up – Coffee Shop

Located in the heart of District 1, the shop has a large and airy space, installed with many power sockets at each table, convenient for those who want to work. You can choose to sit on the sidewalk to watch people pass by. There are many food stalls around.

The drink stands out with a variety of teas such as peach orange lemongrass, lychee tea, and mango green tea. but the waiting time to make water is quite long. The price of each dish is from 25,000 VND to 60,000 VND.

Address: 32 Pham Hong Thai, District 1.

Photo: Step Up – Coffee Shop

Plus Coffee

The shop has many branches in Ho Chi Minh City and most are open overnight. The space is designed in the style of the 1980s, but because it is quite tight, the seats are crowded.

The plus point is that the restaurant serves more types of nuts to serve. Service staff is enthusiastic but slow. The most popular drink is coconut milk coffee. The reference price is from 40,000 VND to 80,000 VND.

Address: 1st floor, apartment building 26 Ly Tu Trong, District 1.

Photo: Plus Coffee

Black Ice Coffee

The shop is designed in the style from the 1950s-1960s, has an open space, many spacious seats. However, the restaurant is often complained by customers about the service attitude of the staff. The tables in the shop are equipped with sockets to help you charge your laptop and phone conveniently.

The plus point is the menu with many dishes such as Bac Xiu, Red Tea, Oolong Milk Tea and cakes. Prices range from 25,000 VND to 55,000 VND.

Address: 182 Pasteur, Ben Nghe, District 1.

Photo: Black Stone Coffee

Snob Coffee

In addition to basic drinks such as coffee or milk tea, the shop also has a lot of cakes to serve, with prices from 20,000 VND to 100,000 VND. The space of the restaurant is considered beautiful, but it is often crowded, so it is not suitable for people who like quiet. Some even complained about the unfriendly attitude of the service staff.

Address: 185 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, District 1.

Photo: Snob Coffee

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