Top 5 unique coffee dishes in HCMC

Top 5 unique coffee dishes in HCMC

Top 5 unique coffee dishes in HCMC

Vietnamese people like coffee, so if you visit Vietnam, you will see it everywhere, from the sidewalk to the finest hotels, and Ho Chi Minh City is no exception. Ho Chi Minh City is a melting pot of numerous cultures and national identities. Coffee, too, comes in a variety of tastes. Saigonwalks recommends a few coffee shops.

Coffee racket

The moniker "coffee racket" or "coffee stock" refers to the manner of brewing this coffee. To produce this sort of coffee, a huge racket is used to filter it. It makes a difference because the earthen pot keeps the flavor of the coffee after two extractions. In the 1990s, when curbside cafés were popular in Saigon, making coffee with a racket was the norm. Boiling water is used to make coffee, which is then filtered via a mesh screen. A tiny layer of cloth is placed on the rack to drain the water and hold the coffee grinds. The coffee racket has a distinct flavor; it just smells like coffee. It finishes sweet, smooth, and somewhat fatty. particularly with eggs. 

Saigonwalks - Racket Coffee

Address: 193 Phung Hung, District 5

Time: 2.00 a.m - 5.00 p.m

Salt Coffee 

Salted coffee is coffee with a moderate quantity of salt added. This amount of salt will improve the flavor and balance out the bitterness. Although there are no criteria for purchasing coffee for salted coffee, experts believe that roasted coffee is the finest option. When coffee is roasted properly, it retains its characteristic aroma, which contributes to the attraction of this drink. The salty flavor of salt helps to balance the sweetness and bitterness of coffee. To recapitulate, the rich, fragrant fat that lingers on the tip of the drinker's tongue is the flavor of coffee

salt coffee
Saigonwalks - Salt coffee

Address: Tiem Kiet, 24/3 Pham Ngoc Thach st, 6 Ward, District 3

    Ca phe Muoi Salt Coffee 42 Ngo Thoi Nhiem st, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3

Time: 6.30 a.m - 10.00 p.m

Egg coffee

The ideal egg café is for individuals who are obsessed with this creamy beverage. Because of its unusual flavor and the shop's name, Hanoi Egg Coffee Standard, egg coffee at Little Hanoi Egg Coffee (Yersin) catches the heart of any picky guest.

The fatty, fragrant flavor and the creamy, not-so-fishy coating of egg coffee are indistinguishable. The restaurant's interior is a little modest and rustic, yet it has a vintage and nice air about it.

Saigonwalks - Egg Coffee

Address: 119/5 Yersin st, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1

Time: 8.00 a.m - 10.00 p.m

Coconut Coffee

Coconut Coffee is a blend of coffee and trademark coconut milk that is a delightful drink that wakes your taste buds. It is inspired by "Trang Tien Ice Cream," a taste that each Hanoian recalls. Coconut milk is fatty but not too sweet like condensed milk; when coupled with bitter coffee, it creates a unique sensation.

Coconut coffee
Saigonwalks - Coconut Coffee

Address: 274 Hai Ba Trung st, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1

Time: 7.00 a.m - 11.00 p.m

Durian Coffee

Not overly concerned with space or audience... Perhaps this is why coffee is so widely available. This huge earth appears to have no bounds. Coffee's harsh flavor and alluring attraction may be felt everywhere, at any time. When drinking coffee without stirring, simply take up the cup and gently shake it, then softly bring it up your nose and experience that specific flavor—the bitter taste of coffee combined with the rich and fatty taste of the individual beans—making the cup of coffee more romantic and unforgettable.

Durian Coffee
Saigonwalks - Durian Coffee

The sweetness of durian does not overpower the coffee, but rather elevates its addictive bitterness, just as the flavor of durian combined with the fragrance of coffee creates a concoction that entices people to sip coffee after spoon. drinking durian with each long sip of coffee...

Address: 250 Dien Bien Phu st, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3

Time: 6.00 a.m - 11.00 p.m


Coffee recipes with unusual pairings are suggested above. If you visit Ho Chi Minh City with a toothpick, you must sample one of the unusual coffee dishes to better understand and experience the Saigonese way of life. SaigonWalks is an excellent choice if you want to learn more about culture, people, or food.