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Name: Cong Caphe
Address: 152D Trieu Viet Vuong, Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội

Directions: Heading north you will find it early on, on the left hand side

Phone: (+84) (0)24 22470602
21.01365858011981 105.85035324096680 Category:

Description: A small but artsy cafe and bar near the Vincom Towers with a touch of Vietnamese counterculture not easily found in Hanoi.
Rating: 4.42 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 33 reviews.


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address icon 6th FL., Oriental Tower, 324 Tay Son, Đống Đa, Hà Nội

phone number icon (+84) (0)243564 3165

Hanoi, the political capital of Vietnam, is located in the Red River Delta and is also an important cultural centre with many aspiring young artists making the city into one of the most visually appealing places in Vietnam! The city is an eclectic mixture of colonial Parisian grandeur and time...

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March 19th, 2015 at 9:08 am

I went here once as it seemed to be popular with the local. But personally I don't like the decoration. It's weirdly political to me. Drinks are so so. Never came back after the first time.

September 13th, 2010 at 2:18 pm

This place will take you back to the days when we were cutting up tires to make sandals, eating boiled unripe jackfruit to keep away the hunger, and were totally screwed if we ever lost the ration book for the monthly rice. Artfully stained wooden tables, a floor of recycled barrel staves, photographs from the album of the People's Army, and replicas of a few beautiful propaganda posters make this place feel like home circa 1982. Snacks and beverages are as usual, except the coffee. It stages a coup, overthrows Arabica, and keeps the people awake and productive all night.

January 18th, 2010 at 10:56 am

So, this cafe is cooler than your older sister's tattooed boyfriend, who had a car (with a tape deck, no less), and who used to sneak you smokes...really, it doesn't actually need more praise from me.

But did I notice that a couple of the previous reviews mentioned the uncomfortable seating. I think this has now been addressed - when I was last there the chairs had apparently grown by about a foot, and had also sprouted backs. For the hard cores who might object to the arrival of comfortable chairs, there is still an upper mezzanine area with low tables completely devoid of chairs, let alone back-rests.

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May 31st, 2013 at 7:55 pm

We visited Hanoi last month and discovered Cong Caphe. Loved their coffee bought pounds of it and brought it home. However, sadly, we now realize we should have bought more. Can their coffee be shipped to California? Or can they supply the name of the coffee beans, and the company that products it? Maybe it's already here in Southern California! Nothing here in our area compares...and Oh! Hoe we've searched and sampled, all to no avail.
Many Thanks in advance for assisting us.

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May 23rd, 2013 at 12:01 am

So just to be clear, I went to the new one on Van Phuc. It was fun! I loved the theme, very interesting.
I gather that the staff is pretty new, so the fact that the orders took awhile was fine, we weren't in a hurry.
I was told by two other patrons to butt out because of the non-smoking section (complete with ashtrays??), but was given a table three feet away where I was free to smoke, so it all worked out.
I hope this place does well in this location; it's very charming. They lost one star because of the slow service, and because of the huge roach on the wall that scared the shit out of everyone in the bar.

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