Tag Archives: Coffee

Paul Bakery

French bakery, Paul makes its debut in Saigon Centre as it’s nth franchise. It hasn’t even made it yet to their website. We’ve tried this place a couple of times as it’s fairly new. On our first visit, the servers … Continue reading

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Tales from Dalat (5) – Anna’s Coffee House

For our first morning in Dalat, we wanted to try Directions Cafe for breakfast. It’s listed as #1 in Trip Advisor, so we just had to check it out. We got a little lost and ended up in a different area … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Caffe Bene

Yet again, another coffee shop in Saigon, Caffe Bene.  I didn’t know it is the largest coffeehouse chain in South Korea. When they were building this cafe, I was rolling my eyes. There’s a couple of Trung Nguyen and one … Continue reading

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Starbucks in Phu My Hung

I know this is no biggie. I am not much of a designer coffee fan but yes, I do want my Mocha Java Chip once in a while. 🙂 Starbucks is getting quite close to my home. And it’s right … Continue reading

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Seen in Saigon: Coffee to Go

With Vietnam’s coffee industry booming, there is still space for small players. It’s interesting to see the new and improved ride of coffee vendors going around the city. And the cost is just a fraction of the coffee bought from … Continue reading

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Master’s Cup at Panorama

On our first trip to Master’s Cup on a bike, it seemed so far, far away in the area of Canh Vien. Then one time on our bike ride, we didn’t see it anymore. That’s when we saw their new … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Cafe Tospia

Cafes seem to be popping up everywhere! Another addition to our neighborhood is Cafe Tospia owned by a Korean, Mr. Hong. Basically, they offer pressed sandwich, coffee, and juices. They have omurice though which I have yet to try! A … Continue reading

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