Le Fenetre Soliel is infamous for its crappy entrance.
Le Fenetre Soliel is probably
Highlands Coffee has a number of locations in the city, though perhaps the most comfortable is found on Nguyen Du, in the shadow of the
For an altogether less pretentious experience, how about taking residence in a deckchair down by the river. The Café Park Bach Dang provides basic outdoor seating, with a view across the river into Thu Thiem. Far from the trendy bars and stylish cafes just down the road, it’s the perfect spot to amble through a few pages of novel whilst taking in scenes of daily life passing by. The menu consists of drink only, with coffee from 7,000 VND and beers 11,000 VND.
I love sitting here for a lazy hour or so, watching the 'matter' float down the river.
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Le Petit Café is aptly named. There are a number of choices when it comes to seating – the small enclosed area downstairs or in the atrium complete with water feature. No food is available in the evening, but there is a small Vietnamese breakfast and lunch menu. Find the perfect spot for an afternoon nap in the upstairs relaxation area, littered with cushions and low tables.