Vietnamese coffee

Updated: Feb 11

If you’re in Hoi An are looking for an afternoon treat, sit down in one of the many riverside cafés to enjoy a traditional Vietnamese coffee. This classic drink can be served hot or cold, and you can choose whether you want it black (ca phe den) or in the signature Vietnamese style, blended with sweetened condensed milk (ca pha sua da).

The process of making a Vietnamese coffee is an art form, and you should watch as the ground, roasted coffee beans and filtered through an aluminium cup with boiling water, before dripping through to make a rich, dark brew.

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