The Workshop has been open for some 6 months according to the staff who was very chatty with us when we visited last week.
Found in one of the old buildings along Ngo Duc Ke in District 1, I couldn’t believe that there’s a haven on top of the steep, rickety stairs. I literally huffed and puffed my way up lugging my archaic heavy laptop.
I love the seemingly antique heavy furniture of The Workshop which again reminds me of L’usine.
We came in early evening and the place had lots of customers mostly busy with their laptops. It’s a workshop after all. 😛
More heavy furniture inside.
The place reminds me of warehouse with all the trusses and industrial lights —
Of course, you just had to order coffee here. And you can choose between Vietnam or Laos Coffee — all Arabica.
The place also partially looked like a laboratory with all the different flasks for preparing coffee.
They have pasta and sandwiches. I had the ham and cheese sandwich while hubby had the burger. They were both delish!
Here’s a close up of my sandwich. 😛
And hubby’s mouthwatering chicken burger with basil.
If you just wanna hangout and chill or work, the crowd in The Workshop is pretty decent. Highly recommended!