A small coffee store nestled in the alley on Ly Quoc Su, Hanoi House has become a popular destination for visitors near and far.
Some young travelers say that when travelling in Hanoi, you must visit to take
a photo with the blue inscription Hanoi on the rough wall at the entrance to the
store. It is considered as evidence you’ve set foot in the Old Quarter.
Before entering the coffee store, many young visitors do not forget to snap a
photo as a souvenir with the word Hanoi on the wall.
Therefore, there are many visitors coming here and taking their favorite pictures.
No need to use Facebook to note Check-in Hanoi, just your picture will do.
After photographing, you will move slowly up the stairs to enter the cafe. It
is like entering an old house with dark colors but is decorated and furnished with
very delicate items.
You can choose to sit in the house, upstairs or outside the railing to look down
the street. At noon, the cafe often has less guests than in the afternoon and evening
and you will have the opportunity to listen to Hanoi love songs or instrumental
The pretty antique shop space makes you feel like you are slowing down.
He is a waiter, a shopkeeper and a bartender at the same time. Since entering
until leaving, visitors always see the “versatile” owner smile.
If this is your first visit to Hanoi, you can try out typical drinks like sticky
yogurt, egg coffee, etc. An average price of beverage is about VND25,000 to VND40,000.