Before you think I’ve suddenly turned into a health nut, we were riding our electric bikes. 🙂 My two friends decided to join me as I do some research.
I’ve always been fascinated with the Canh Vien area across Riverside Residences because it is a lovely and quiet place with a huge park that I’m sure my kids will enjoy.
The only drawback was that it was way too far from District 1. It’s quite expensive if you ride the cab and yes, the Dong Khoi – PMH Shuttle drives by this place too but not as often compared to Sky Garden.
But anyway, I digress.
It was a sunny morning when biked to this area and decided to stop by Master’s Cup Coffee House. It was my first time here and a second time for one of my friends. Like most shops here, it’s a villa-turned-cafe.
There weren’t much people around so it was a nice place to just relax and have a chat.
You can also stay at the upper floors but some were organized as small meeting rooms. Master’s Cup was established in 2006 initially designed to cater to Vietnamese students to have a place to practice their English.
We ordered a couple of cafe latte and a cafe mocha.
Of course we just had to try their Apple Pie —
Wish this weren’t too far from our place. It’s a real nice coffee shop to stay awhile.
Master’s Cup Coffee House
Moved to the Canal District behind the Panorama Building in PMH