Viet na viet!
If there’s anything we love about Vietnam, it’s their renowned coffee. The Cà phê sữa đá (or Vietnamese iced coffee) is a robust and aromatic dark-roasted coffee balanced by the sweet creaminess of condensed milk.
You might think that Cà phê sữa đá is a rare gem to find. Luckily, we’ve listed down beloved Vietnamese cafés and restaurants that will serve you your Vietnamese coffee fix before the caffeine cravings kick in!
Banh Mi Kitchen – multiple branches
Banh Mi Kitchen is the place to be if you want to indulge in flavorful, savory Banh Mi in various flavors featuring their seriously crunchy baguette! They also offer this Damn Strong Vietnamese coffee if you’re looking for that caffeine kick!
Ca Phe Saigon – multiple branches
Known as a hidden gem in Marikina, Ca Phe Saigon has now branched out to Mandaluyong and Antipolo to serve delicious authentic Vietnamese recipes passed down from their ancestors in Ho Chi Minh.
Marikina natives swear by Ca Phe Saigon’s Cà phê sữa đá (iced coffee) and Cà phê sữa nóng (warm coffee) made with coarsely ground Vietnamese dark roast coffee, brewed in a French drip filter, and combined with sweetened condensed milk.
DiCofi – Salcedo Village
DiCofi is a hole-in-the-wall coffee shop in Makati that sells authentic Vietnamese coffee and light snacks such as Banh mi and Savory Sticky Rice.
If you’re looking for something strong, DiCofi is popular for its Cafe Sua Da (₱130) also known as Vietnamese iced coffee. They also serve Black Coffee, White Coffee, Iced Latte, and Coconut Cafe.
Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen – multiple branches
Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen offers the usual Vietnamese favorites made from the freshest ingredients. They have spring rolls, pho, and their much-celebrated banh mi in three flavors – chicken, pork, and beef. Don’t miss their delicious traditional cup of Vietnamese drip coffee with condensed milk!
Tra Vinh – multiple branches
Tra Vinh specializes in authentic Southern Vietnamese cuisine, serving classics such as fresh spring rolls, noodle soup, and rice dishes made fresh daily. Besides its meals, Tra Vinh also offers authentic Vietnamese coffee!
Booky Tip: Tra Vinh has branches in Quezon City and San Juan!
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Unit 3 109 N.S. Amoranto Sr. Corner Cordillera St. Brgy. Maharlika,Quezon City | 691 Jose Abad Santos St., Brgy. Little Baguio, San Juan City
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Pho Hoa – multiple branches
Pho Hoa needs no introduction. As one of the first Vietnamese restaurants to open in Metro Manila, Pho Hoa has become an institution for Vietnamese classics over the years. And though their beverages may be slightly overlooked, Pho Hoa serves up a decadent sip of Vietnamese Iced Coffee with Milk (₱150).
Highlands Coffee – multiple branches
If you’re looking for a stronger hit with a lower price point, Highlands Coffee is your best bet. Although you wouldn’t guess it from their name, Highlands Coffee actually specializes in traditional Vietnamese Coffee serving a bold, rich, and sweet cup of Phin Sua Da (Iced Coffee with Milk) for a small size sold at ₱79, a medium-size for ₱95, and large-size for ₱99.
Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro – multiple branches
Hailing from Ho Chi Minh, Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro’s colorful interiors encapsulate the vibrance of Vietnam’s culture—and of course, their food. Each cup of coffee is made with Propaganda Vietnamese coffee, grown in the hills around Da Lat. Their Ca phe sua da or iced filter coffee with condensed milk is a popular choice!
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