Restaurant 9 Thái Văn Lung, Bến Nghé, 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam Published on: 17-11-2015
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Why Bâng Khuâng Café is special ?
Bang Khuang is a mellow little retro cafe hidden away in an old apartment block in the heart of Saigon. Good juices and coffee, great hangout for a chat and a good value local lunch venue too. The owner of The Fig cafe designed the interior for this cafe. Vintage decor, chilled music, and uncrowded setting. Yet another cafe tucked safely away from the unending traffic in an old apartment block. Lots of artistic flair. It is a very quiet place and for those of you who want to escape from Vietnamese horrible music have to go thte Bang Khuang Café!
How to get to Bâng Khuâng Café?
Bang Khuang is located just across of The Capital Place Building on Thai Van Lung Street. You can walk to Bang Khuang cafe or just call a taxi to take you there.
- Perfect for a quiet coffee and working
- Reasonable prices, good quality coffee
- A lovely place for really good Vietnamese coffee
- Cozy, warm, friendly, excellent food
- Cool spot - stylish and cosy
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
9 Thái Văn Lung, Bến Nghé, 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Tips for you
Nice hidden cafe located in an old French-style apartment. The coffee is ok, the place has nice view and decoration, quite and intimate environment, good for working.
This little cafe on the 2nd floor of an old residency building is a real nest. Cozy, warm, friendly, excellent food, safe. They serve drinks and foods all day. It's worth a visit if you want to try a real Vietnamese home cooking taste. This place is full of stories to tell, for examples: The owner wake up at 4:00 AM every morning to go to the market and select the most fresh veggies, fishes, meats and other ingredients. On the way back from the market, she always helps deliver the purchase of an old street vendors couple to their doors cause the couple are too old to be able to carry heavy things. Their family is one of the first to grow the coffee in Ban me Thuot (highlands town). They have another cafe with the same name in in that town since 1967. They now still grow their own coffee, hand grounded. Their way of making coffee is unique. They filter the coffee 3 times and let it over the night so the coffee become very condensed, naturally bitter and give a natural sweet flavour in your mouth. It is highly recommended if you want a quiet place to rest after lots of walking. It nested behind the Opera house. Don't mistaken it with another cafe on the 1st floor, go up 1 more floor and you will find it.